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This article was published on June 13, 2012

More fun with Knowledge Graph: Googling “Chuck Norris” uncovers a very interesting fact

More fun with Knowledge Graph: Googling “Chuck Norris” uncovers a very interesting fact
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It looks like the Knowledge Graph team likes to have fun at work. As we reported before, Googling “Lionel Richie” yielded a very funny result.

This time, our favorite hero Chuck Norris has gotten the special treatment.

When you Google “Chuck Norris”, a very interesting “fact” is uncovered by Knowlege Graph:

I already knew this about Chuck Norris, but just in case you didn’t, there you go. Thanks, Knowledge Graph.

UPDATE: Eagle-eyed commenter Xi (Mickey) Yue points out that the “fact” refreshes every time you do the search:

And it looks like every time you refresh the search result, there’s a new fact showing up.

“Chuck Norris doesn’t cheat death. He wins fair and square.”

“Chuck Norris can cut through a knife with butter.”

“Chuck Norris can divide by zero.”

“Chuck Norris counted to infinity – twice.”