Most Searched Keywords on Google: Internet search engine Google has released a video at the end of 2020 which has the most Most Searched Keywords in the world.
During the global lockout and uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus epidemic, people asked Google a lot of questions.
- According to Google, in uncertainty people search for the meaning of things and try to understand them.
- This year, people around the world used the word ‘why’ more than ever and asked Google for something.
- The video released by search engines includes some of the most frequently asked questions this year.
- This year, the most frequently asked question by Google is why is it called (Corona Virus) Code-19?
Google — Year In Search 2022
Most Searched Keywords on Google
It may be recalled that on February 11, the World Health Organization named the disease caused by coronavirus code 19, which is a combination of 3 words, in which ‘ko’ means corona, ‘v’ means a virus. And ‘D’ is a disease. ‘Illness means.
People also asked Google why Mars is red and the moon is pink. In April this year, the biggest ‘Super Moon’ of the year was seen, which was also named ‘Pink Moon’.
The question was also asked why the parasite (film) is so good? While people also tried to find out why the NBA (National Basketball Association) League was postponed?
In fact, due to the coronavirus, the ** NBA League ** was postponed due to health reasons.
Some people asked why I am bored, why schools are closed?
It should be noted that the global epidemic has disrupted the education system all over the world and the reason for this is that educational institutions have been closed for a long time and online classes can be replaced.
Some people have asked Google why the toilet paper is gone. When the Corona lockdown caused people to start hoarding, there was a sudden shortage of toilet paper in Europe and the United States.
Google Video states that some of the questions asked this year made us cry.
Some people ask why Australia is burning.
By the end of 2019 and early 2020, more than 115,000 square kilometers (44,000 square miles) of forest and drought-affected land in Australia had caught fire, killing 30 people and injuring thousands. Houses were destroyed.
People also asked why there is so much fire. In fact, last year hundreds of new forest fires broke out in the vast Amazon rainforest in northern Brazil, and this year Australia’s forests were destroyed.
This year, people also asked Google why the sky is orange.
In September of this year, the smoke from a California forest fire spread to the San Francisco area, turning the sky orange.
Most people also asked the question of why so many people died? An estimated 1.5 million people worldwide have died from the coronavirus.
People also asked other questions, such as why are people protesting? Why is black life important?
In May of this year, a video of a police officer went viral and could be seen kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a black man.
George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in Minnesota, begged a white police officer for his life, but the police officer sat on his neck for nine minutes, eventually killing him.
This was followed by a series of demonstrations around the world, including in the United States and the Black Lives Meter movement.
International aid has arrived in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, following a bomb blast in August this year. Firefighters from around the world rushed to the scene after a massive fire broke out in the US state of California. Preparations for 100 vaccines are also underway.
And then people asked Google why empathy is important?
People also asked Google why democracy is important. Why do people dream?