Google Australia has just come up with a new Google feature - gDay with MATE. This amazing tool will allow us to see the search results we want before they even exist. I was wondering about the following situation...
Suppose somebody sees that some stock they have tons of is going to fall the next day, and thus decides that they should sell theirs all beforehand. The selling of their stock could actually cause the stock to fall. This is weird though, because it was the falling stock in the first place that caused them to sell.
Is it possible for two things to cause each other?
If something like this would produce a black hole or something, it would be best if Google just pretended it was all an April Fools' joke and hid the evil away forever.