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The school of choice for self described experts who make ridiculous claims and attempt to back them up with "evidence" gleaned from google searches. Signs attendance include links to various fringe websites, blogs, and media outlets well known for twisting facts to suit the position of the writer(s). Other signs include lack of credible evidence (or inclusion of anecdotal evidence) , the writer/blogger thinking they understand science better than scientists, and talk of government conspiracies.
"Other than the provided bullshit from google searches links, the best evidence available is the anecdotal evidence provided by interviews with blank, blank, and blank. The government, doctors, scientists, corporations don't want you to know this because it will cost them money, power, legitimacy. I have A degree from Google University many years of experience in dealing with this issue. Tell your friends, this conspiracy to hide the truth must stop!"
by Pizza113 April 06, 2014
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The idea that you are an expert because you "googled it'.
Steve: Oh that dude thinks he's so smart. He must've gone to Google University.
Steve B: Or he could've just Binged that shit.
by a2thetx May 09, 2015
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A social media phenomenon where a commenter attempts to demonstrate knowledge obtained by searching on Google. This person has no legitimate degree from an accredited institution in said subject/topic, but will use unverified & inaccurate sources from websites searched on the search engine to prove their point on the topic being discussed.
After reading a ridiculous comment from someone that posted a link:

"Oh look, someone got their degree from Google University".
by BeltonBelle November 25, 2014
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The school of choice for self described experts who make ridiculous claims and attempt to back them up with "evidence" gleaned from google searches. Signs attendance include links to various fringe websites, blogs, and media outlets well known for twisting facts to suit the position of the writer(s). Other signs include lack of credible evidence (or inclusion of anecdotal evidence) , the writer/blogger thinking they understand science better than scientists, and talk of government conspiracies.
"Other than the provided bullshit from google searches links, the best evidence available is the anecdotal evidence provided by interviews with blank, blank, and blank. The government, doctors, scientists, corporations don't want you to know this because it will cost them money, power, legitimacy. I have A degree from Google University many years of experience in dealing with this issue. Tell your friends, this conspiracy to hide the truth must stop!"
by Pizza113 April 05, 2014
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