I've been writing a math paper on internet search result probabilities and the program I've been using to take data gave me an error. Windows instructed me to "Contact your application publisher for instructions." (see error messages picture). So I gave the amazing programmer Etan Bukiet a call, (with google talk of course) and I must say that he gave me great instructions and now the program works as usual. (Etan asked me to clarify that he is not holding a gun to my head at the time of this post).
The main focus of my paper is the probabilities of GoogleWhacks (english word pairs with 1 google hit). As with all models of the real world some of the data doesn't fit. The word in the below search has exactly 1 hit alone, a goldmine! Pair it with any other word on that page and you've got another googlwhack. This is a very unstable state, any mention of this word anywhere on the internet will totally ruin everything. So check out this search then use caution and then never speak of it again.