*sigh* you clicked... just goes to prove my theory... :(
Great. Can you now expand on what your 'theory' is?
Yes tell us this 'theory' you speak of.
Tell me, if the link to this thread lead not to this thread but to a malicious page that downloaded a malicious program into your computer, and then said malicious program would procede to destroy all files on said computer and manage to physically damage said computer, you would have to buy a new computer, yes? Thus, you would, theoryotically boost the economy. But, if Google was purchased by distributors of said malicious program, and all links on said Google would lead to the malicious program, than all computers visiting said Google would be destroyed. All owners of said destroyed machines would be required to traverse to a computer store to replace said destroyed computer. Suppose that one million computers would be desroyed by said malicious program. One milion computers woulod have to be purchased, thus manufactured. Suppose that computer manufacturers are able to meet this demand temporarily, but soon the centeral computer of said manufacturer is destroyed, crippling the computer supply. Now, as old users of the Internet are nocked off, and new users are unable to get on (due to lack of machines and loss of Internet Service providers), Internet society crumbles and the economy, instead of being built up, crumples. Due to Western society's dependance on the Internet, it crumples. And, as said Wester society is the chief purchaser of goods from other societys, they, too, crumple. As you can see, clicking on "*click here*" links may destroy society as we know it. Therefore, check you links before clicking! And that is my theory (NO quotes!).
You like saying malicious don't you . . . . :rolleyes:
Interesting. You have a couple of flaws here & there. I think you have been most successful at proving to yourself that humanity can be compelled by the simplest & most unnassuming of things though.