tangor - 4:05 am on Dec 10, 2011 (gmt 0)
I might be compelled to retract the "smoke and mirrors" comment above IF there is long term results. In general, however, what has been reported here (WW) and other sites is a gradual decrease in all site indexing/serp results. Could it be that G has met the web and it is bigger than G? Don't know... but I have no doubt that all search engines are looking very hard at what is sometimes called "duplicate" (within a site) and "redundant" (found on other sites and/or scraped). And that the web continues to explode with "sites" as every Tom, Dick and Harry get on board. Tom, Dick and Harry, these days, means COUNTRIES providing content.