I recently stumbled upon this site which claims that the deep web is a tremendous section of the world wide web that isn’t accessible via regular queries through Yahoo, Google or various other search engines.
According to the site:
- General public info on the deep Web is actually 4 hundred to 5 hundred times larger compared to generally characterized as World-wide-web
- The deep Web consists of 6,500 terabytes of information in comparison to 20 terabytes of information that is accessible in the surface Web
- The deep Web is made up of closely 550 billion unique records and documents in contrast to the 1 billion from the surface Web
- 60 of the largest deep-Websites mutually consist of 750 terabytes of data — enough by themselves in order to surpass the size of the public Web by 40 times
- Overall quality content material from the deep Web is 1,000 to 2,000 times better than that of the surface Web
Are the above claims true? Especially, the last one. If so, is there a way to search for content on the Deep web using a search engine like Google or by any other means?