In diesem Post sammle ich einfach mal die lustigsten, kuriosesten oder interessantesten Suchergebnisse, die die neue Suchmaschine Wolfram Alpha, die heute, am 16. Mai 2009, gestartet ist, so ausspuckt. Die weltweite Webgemeinde scheint gerade fleißig am ausprobieren zu sein.

In this blog post I’ll collect the funniest, most interesseting and most quaint search results by Wolfram Alpha, the new search engine, which went live today at May 16th 2009. The whole web community is already trying out und testing the new web tool Wolfram Alpha, namend officially „computational knowledge engine“.

Note: some of the funny search results appeared long time before Wolfram Alpha in Google, the older ones may remember…

Here’s the list (feel free to copy):

Number of horns on a unicorn (Wolfram Alpha)

how many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man (Wolfram Alpha)

the meaning of life (Wolfram Alpha)

why did the chicken cross the road? (Wolfram Alpha)

what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow (Wolfram Alpha)

Ask Wolfram Alpha for a random number, it’ll give you one

internet use per day (Wolfram Alpha)

The reason why Wolfram Alpha is totally useless

Check your Fast Food calories!

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? (Wolfram Alpha)

Who are you? Wolfram Alpha knows about itself.

Be kind, say „Hello“ to Wolfram Alpha!

Why is the sky blue? (Wolfram Alpha)

Assuming „love“ is a language… (will Wolfram Alpha ever understand human emotions?)

Is there a god? – „Additional functionality for this topic is under development…“

how many angels can dance on the head of a pin

Do you speak (German)?

Wolfram Alphas favorite thing

Lost?

Oh Brother Wolfram, where are you?

Are you self aware?

Turns out, me and Wolfram Alpha won’t have a date for dinner.

Where have all the flowers gone?

how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?

how to cook a welshman… yes!?

Remember Marty McFly? 88 miles per hour

Other Blogs and media about Wolfram Alpha Eastereggs:

Mashable.com: First List, second List (includes Screenshots)