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Recently I answered a question and searched it on Google Search after 2mins, was curious to know how fast does it indexes...but was not able to find that question, searched it back after 10mins and I got that question in search results however it was showing wrong timing, so is it Stack Overflow or Google who is going wrong somewhere? Also it has 2 answers, result is showing 3...

Link to question

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And Google Search result

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Note, it had two answers, one was just deleted (for the benefit of those that don't have 10k+ on SO) – Tim Post Dec 20 '12 at 5:46
@TinyTimPost Ya I just saw that than too, it counts 3... – Mr. Alien Dec 20 '12 at 6:10
Stack Overflow uses UTC, Google tries to use your system time – shea Dec 21 '12 at 20:20

Dates Google displays are:

  • Guesses
  • Cached

Inevitably there will be some out of date or incorrect data in search results.

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guess in terms of answers too? or is it the StackOverflow micro-formats issue? – Mr. Alien Dec 22 '12 at 21:27

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