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Google Operands

Finding what you want in Google is the hard part. I'm going to go over the basic Operands to do an advanced search. An Operand is an Operator that works with words like Operators work on numbers logically. For example 2 + 2 = 4; if you type in 2 + 2 in a Google Search; it will tell you, 2 + 2 = 4. Now lets get started.


  1. AND +
    “AND” or “+” allows you to link words you want included in the search results.
    Example: apples AND oranges or apples +oranges
    Note: the “AND” must be in caps and there is no space after the “+”.
  2. OR or |
    To search for either word. Example: apples OR oranges or apples | oranges
    Note: the “OR” must be in caps and there is a space after the “|”.
  3. " "
    To search for exact words put them in a quotation.
    Example: "Apples are Red, Oranges are Orange"
  4. -
    To exclude words in a search use a -.
    Example: apples -oranges or apples -”oranges are Orange”
    Note: there is no space after the “-”
  5. *
    Wildcard: The asterisk represents a missing word, use it to let Google fill in any potential word.
    Example: “apples are red * are orange”
  6. ~
    Put a tilde directly in front of a word to search for all synonyms of it.
    Example: ~create
  7. ..
    To find a range of numbers or dates use a ".."
    Example: wars from 1960..2008
    Note: no spaces between the numbers or the dots.

You can Narrow your Search to a URL or more specific site.

  1. site:
    To Search within specific site.
    Example: site:vetshelpcenter.com “Vets Help”
  2. cache:
    Cache is normally an old page, so if the page has changed you can still search the Cache for it, if its still in the Google Cache.
    Example: cache:http://cnn.com
  3. inurl:
    To search for a word in a URL. You can define several terms and combine them with any other operator.
    You add an “all” in front of either of these operators, all given terms will be in the search.
    Example: inurl:vetshelpcenter.com war -peace OR allinurl:vetshelpcenter war peace
    Note that these are not the same as the site: operator. The in… operators will search all sites containing the given terms.
  4. intitle:
    To search for a word in a Title. You can define several terms and combine them with any other operator.
    You add an “all” in front of either of these operators, all given terms will be in the search.
    Example: intitle:vetshelpcenter.com war -peace OR allintitle:vetshelpcenter google war peace
    Note that these are not the same as the site: operator. The in… operators will search all sites containing the given terms.
  5. intext:
    To search for a word in text. You can define several terms and combine them with any other operator.
    You add an “all” in front of either of these operators, all given terms will be in the search.
    Example: intext:vetshelpcenter.com war -peace OR allintext:vetshelpcenter war peace
    Note that these are not the same as the site: operator. The in… operators will search all sites containing the given terms.
  6. inanchor:
    To search for a word in an Anchor. You can define several terms and combine them with any other operator.
    You add an “all” in front of either of these operators, all given terms will be in the search.
    Example: inanchor:vetshelpcenter.com war -peace OR allinanchor:vetshelpcenter war peace
    Note that these are not the same as the site: operator. The in… operators will search all sites containing the given terms.
  7. link:
    To find pages that link to a URL.
    Example: link:vetshelpcenter.com
  8. define:
    To search for definitions.
    Example: define:vet
    You will get: veteran: a person who has served in the armed forces
  9. related:
    If you want more search for Vets you could use this to find related sites Example: related:http://vets.com
  10. info:
    Get all the information Google has on a specific website in one search. That is links to Google Cache, similar pages, and more.
    Example: info:vetshelpcenter.com
  11. filetype:
    To search for one type of file. Works with pdf, ppt and doc.
    Example: filetype:pdf “apples and oranges”
  12. music:
    A search with this operator will bring back artist, album and song information. The results are not always complete, so be careful.
    Example: music:john lennon
  13. movies:
    To search for where a movie is playing.
    Example: movie:water world You can also use set the ZIP Code to look in your area.
  14. Q&A
    Google Q&A applies an AI engine to find answers to simple questions.
    Example: What is the population of Iraq?

Need a Simple Calculation?

  1. +, -, * or /
    For simple calculation for equations use the symbols for plus (+), minus (-), multiply (*), and divide (/). Use (brackets) to define which calculations shall be done first. Example: (5 + 2) /5 *10 = 14
  2. % of
    Example: 50% of 1000 = 500
  3. ^ OR **
    Operator to raise a number to the power of another. Example: 10^2 will raise 10 to the 2nd power = 100.
  4. sqrt()
    Square root of sqrt(16) = 4
  5. sin()
    SIGN of sin(7)
  6. cos()
    CO-SIGN cos(7)
  7. tan()
    Tangent tan(7)
  8. ln
    ln logarithm base e
  9. log
    log logarithm base 10
  10. lg
    lg logarithm base 2
  11. !factorial

Other useful things to know:

  1. currencies
    Example: 1 Euro in USD
  2. weight
    Example: 1kg in lb
  3. length
    Example: 1 cm in inches
  4. volume
  5. time
    Example: time sydney
  6. weather
    Example: weather sydney
  7. the answer to life, the universe, and everything
    Which we know from the Movie The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and the Matrix: is 42.
  8. Earth Quake
  9. Stock Market Quote
  10. Package Tracking
  11. Patent Numbers
  12. Area Code
  13. Maps

Rankings

Trying to improve site Internet rankings is a full time job, consequently to help in this effort I have compiled a list of key words that will help us test and improve our ranking.

We do not want to be known as spammers -- people who stuff pages with key words to get a better ranking; so I am going to list the reasons why I want to use the following key; if I can't come up with an article to back it up I will have to revise this list.
Hello, my name is Jeffrey Scott Flesher, I was in the Air Force and worked with the Army, Navy, and even the Marines in Joint Operations since the Gulf War. I know the Military very well, loved it, and the people in it.

I started out as a (E)F-111 Computer Test Station Avionics Specialist, subsequently becoming in 1993, a Helicopter Crew Chief on H53 and H60 Helicopters, (better known as MH-53 Jolly Green Giant) -- in the Black Knights Squadron 31st Special Ops (SOS) in Korea, and the MH-60 (Black Hawk in Army, Pave Hawks in Air Force) Helicopters in Air Rescue 66 RQS

I'm currently retired from the Air Force because of Gulf War Illness (AKA Gulf War Syndrome), which I came down with just before the Gulf War started in November of 1990. I was given Cocktail Inoculations, Anthrax shots and other shots all at the same time -- as many as 12 at once. During the Gulf war I was exposed to Depleted Uranium, and was poisoned by it, as well as by Lead and Mercury from the water supply in Kuwait -- which by the way, was unknown to me at the time. I guess I was to naive and gullible and trusting in the military to have suspected that they would be doing something as horrific as this to their own. Of course, on all occasions of being looked at by Military doctors, I was afterwards given a clean bill of health; which looking back on now, all factored into this massive cover-up of what was really taking place.

As a result of PTSD, I have TMJ (correctly termed TMJD), ADJD, Brain Trauma (BT), and many other illnesses which they are not sure why I have. such as Neurophy in my feet.

Anthrax and Depleted Uranium is to the Gulf War what Agent Orange and BZ were in the Vietnam. Like WW1 and WW2 as well as the Korean War; we all have dirty little devices we use to kill the enemy and ourselves with.

After the Air Force Retired me I went to work as a Computer Programmer for the EPA and the BLM.

Lessons learned from 911

1. United we stand
2. United we fall

I started the Vets Help Center to help other vets like myself to find the truth and deal with it.

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