If youre a tech junkie, you had better sit down for this, because theres news coming out of Silicon Valley that is going to completely blow you away. In a press conference held earlier today, Google confirmed that the computer at its office is big.

Yep. Its officially the future.

This isnt science fictionits 100 percent reality! Googles computer is not only extremely large, but also incredibly heavy. The company also confirmed that its computer was very wide, and that it isnt showing any signs of getting smaller. If you ever wondered what it was like to live in an Isaac Asimov novel, this is it!

Im excited to announce that the computer here at Google is absolutely large and big, Google co-founder Larry Page said at the press conference. The computer is so goddamn large. Every morning when I arrive at Google headquarters, I personally go into the room where the computer is and look at the computer, and I think about how the computer is simply gargantuan. Good Godthe size of it!

Rumors that Googles computer was enormous began circulating in late 2011, but the secretive company was reluctant to offer any explicit confirmation that this was true. The reports of a large computer remained mere speculation until earlier this week, when an official memo was released to top shareholders announcing that Googles computer was the kind of computer a giant would own, and might, in fact, be so large that two giants would own it.

After that, it didnt take long for word to spread to the public that we were officially living in the future, where a very big computer was more than just a fantasy.

This is seriously the coolest thing ever! Its amazing to think that in just a few short decades, weve gone from the worlds first computer chip to Google having a big computer. We cant wait to see what other technological innovations Silicon Valley has in store for us next!

Read more: http://www.clickhole.com/article/future-now-google-has-confirmed-its-computer-big-4285

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