The Human Mind First.

Imagine that you go to a library, a public library,
and you ask a person behind a desk, 'Could you please
tell me where to find books about truth and love?'
Okay, you might get a smile, at first, but if you're
sincere, you may be directed to several departments
of the library. Take a slightly more concrete
example, 'Could you please tell me where to find 
information about the origins of humankind?' Now
what answer will you get? Be sure that any library
WITH RESPECT FOR ITSELF will not give you fixed answers
to any such question. Try now to search on any one of
the search engines that calls themselves 'smart' on
such things: you will simply get a print-out of the
worldview of the board of directors of that search
engine. Let us agree: we do NOT want search engines,
which LOOKS like objective searches on standard
accumulated knowledge and enquiries and religion of
humanity, to be indoctrination -- by ANYONE!!! The search engine, begun in 2010 with a few
glimpses of it begun as an applet in 2008 (cfr
front page, where it is found still), and programmed
as one of the many programs -- all ENTIRELY new and
ENTIRELY written from scratch -- in our own programming
language, G15 Yoga6dorg with its PMN high level -- 
takes as starting-point that we want to put

The Human Mind First.

We also give MANY OTHER results than those which are 
called for EXACTLY as in a library, or in a shop, or 
when meeting strangers at a party having interesting
conversations, because we want to stimulate to a
broadening of mind, not a narrowing of the human
mind into alleys and pathways which are calcified
by habit and secterianism. For this reason, those who
use the approach regularly may
expect to have healthier minds than those who log in
to such trashy -- however effective, in a narrow sense
-- approaches as those owned by advertisement agency
conglomerates. However, we also LINK to (some of these)
conglomerates, so you can with a hand's reach connect
to these if our own search engine doesn't provide a
certain definite answer speedily enough. However, do
not always go for speed. There are MANY benefits of
letting computers be a bit sluggish, and color-use
more monochrome (ie, bright-green to black, rather 
than black-white in order to encourage a sense of
liveliness and relaxation for the mind). One of them
is that we don't contribute to a culture in humankind
where internet addiction must be cured alongside
drug addiction, in strict clinics.

The Human Mind First.

This net search engine exists at
and the related sites, and which we have programmed
by simple and beautifully chosen mechanical principles
in order to provide a calm, dispassionate set of
entrypoints into every sort of subject on the planet
(but with an obvious bias towards English-spoken sites,
with some components of other languages especially
German, Norwegian and to some extent also Russian and
such), has a rough business mode and an include-all
'wild porn mode'. These two modes are mechanically
implemented. The former is simply a subset of the latter.
This subset is created by means of entirely simplistic
word matches in the beginning of the site. That means
that many business sites may be only found in the porn
area, and many porn sites are also found in the business
area. And any intelligent, quick, smart, enthusiastic
user of the net will find this to be just the right
thing, in our opinion.

Some call 'porn' NSFW, -- though NSFW isn' exactly precise 
because in many contexts it IS suitable for work, while 
the 'N' in front means 'not' suitable for work -- we 
should perhaps say that NSFW is rather short for Not 
as Suitable For Work as the other mode. 

Depending on the state of our software and hardware
updates, we put the search on several other search engine
'entry points' as well, such as at
and Sometimes such points as the latter
simply redirects the browser to each time the
lookup takes place, at other times they handle it themselves.

The Yoga6dOrg search updates happens several times pr season,
at other times it may be slower. But after each update, 
some pet words you have been using much to search on
may give completely other results than expected, or no
results at all, while entirely new words suddenly prove
highly effective. The reason for this -- which isn't 
done by means of deciding what words are going to have
what effects, but rather is in some creative sense 
coincidental -- is connected to the liveliness and 
deliberate free-wheeling creative sense of exploration of
meaning of the whole world wide net that the Yoga6dOrg
search engine is all about. {You will find the concrete
technical reasons and ways in which these changes take
place if you take time to study programming in G15
Yoga6dorg in general, and the FDB utilities in particular.
These speak of 'hashing' -- ie, the conversion of a
word to a number -- and of 'ambiguity' -- which in this
context means that the same number can be referred to by
several words. This numbering approach varies naturally
by each update of the database underlaying the search

One more thing: the world wide web mustn't be replaced
by a catalogue over it. It must remain always beyond
that which anyone has any exact map over. It must remain
a field of creative consciousness. It can only do so by
us willingly and deliberatingly leaving some things out
and let other things be more complicated to get at in a
way that isn't exactly decided by which fluctuates. In
that way, the terreign is more than the map. So we must
EMBRACE INCOMPLETENESS as part of any approach to good
computing -- more about this in essays by Aristo Tacoma.
Part of this incompleteness is the use of ambiguous
hashing numbers, or what we call 'implicate keys'. There
is a lot of ambiguity with each search keyword -- at
least it is so for most of them. In some cases you want
a more exact search because of speed reasons and then
we link to other sites providing that, but we suggest
that the intelligent choice is to think about it each
time, rather than by default going to such as Google
each time. Because knowledge mustn't be owned by a 
private company, and especially not any company with
a bit megalomaniac passions tied up to their illusory
hopes connected to how "AI" can serve them. 

By sticking to mechanical noncontextual search, you are
also mentally feeling the significant fact that you're
the one doing the searching in such cases contribute to
a sense that you have the upper hand over the net and
that "you aren't caught in the net". Another thing which
contributes to the training of your mind when you search
with this program is that it doesn't try to dechiper
natural language in any way whatsoever. In other words,
when you bind words together in a phrase, it searches
on EACH word INDEPENDENTLY because that's what digital
computers are most perfect at.


Answer: what word-group does the theme belong to? That
may suggest keywords. What other words often goes together 
with this word? That may also suggest keywords. What other 
spellings -- add an -s or whatever -- or misschpellings -- 
are possible? Yet more suggestions come from this. 
What general category does the theme exist within? What 
types of websites most often deal with that general 
category? Try what you feel like, and remember that new
results may come by repeating the search with the same
keywords when you use a smart solution like Yoga6dOrg
search. If you type only one word, you may find
that the CTR-F find-in-document function will help the
process because you can then look for bits of ANOTHER
word in the name of the website which always comes up
when anything comes up.

Because we wish to employ a definite amount of energy
to this, where we are inclusive rather than exclusive,
and aware that some sites come around after having been
closed for a while, and that some pages are viewable
only in some countries, and so on. Once in a while we
do a large cleaning-up.
  But it is also so that, say, a news site may have
deleted a relevant article and YET have relevant articles
if you go by means of its home page, its top level, and
do a search-within-their-page there. So for this reason,
the Yoga6dOrg also typically lists the top level page
on the left side of the screen, so that it comes up
easily, or with just a simple fix on the website prefix
(e.g., a link like should 
perhaps be fixed to and this
you can do manually). 

The search engine doesn't store anywhere what you type
or what you search on. 

Also remember that encyclopedias -- dictionaries -- quite
often are the main input to other search engines, due to the
often very good series of 'external links' that you may find
when they have a solid entry about a keyword. A way to avoid
the commercial megalomaniac search engines is then to use a
noncommercial encyclopedia and through it find links to the
rest of the web. 

The Human Mind First.