A Year in Search: Google’s 2012 Year in Review
Today Google published their annual review of 2012, highlighting the most searched moments of the past year. It’s a beautiful video, encapsulating the mesmerizing achievements, devastating losses and unique quirks that defined humanity this year.
Many of the most searched moments of the last year revolve around the people and accomplishments of the federal government. A few of the government-linked moments you’ll see fly by:
- The 2012 Presidential Election
- The Success of NASA and the landing of Mars Curiosity
- The passing of astronauts Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride
- The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
- The triumph of American athletes during 2012 London Olympics
- The final journey of the Space Shuttle Endeavour
Take three minutes to watch the video below—and take an extra minute to reflect on the spectacular diversity of the planet we have the privilege of inhabiting. People are downright spectacular.
Share your thoughts on the video in the comments below.