You won't find much.
|The Google barge before being sent to Stockton.|
Just 48 words total, including: "It’s been a busy six months for our barge and it’s grown tired of all the attention, so we are moving it to Stockton where it can have a break, enjoy the city’s delicious asparagus and warmer climate, and get a bit of rest before its next chapter.”
And the next chapter?
In the past, Google has said it intends the barge to be a showcase for Google products.
Feel free to speculate what that means. Google brain implants? A death ray? An underwater camera project to give us "street views" of the ocean? Tracking Internet activity for the NSA?
Remember the 1970s and Howard Hughes' Glomar Explorer, a huge vessel built, the billionaire said, to pluck manganese nodules from the ocean floor? It turned out it was built at the behest of the CIA to pluck a sunken Soviet submarine from 16,500 feet of water.
You don't suppose ...?