Amid this noise, Google may soon appoint itself as an arbiter of truth - which is a leap of faith for all of us, given that the FTC has long accused it of having a "monopoly position in the markets for search and search advertising."
Beyond that, truth can be a moving target for the growing legions of willful ignorance, such as the evolution-is-just-a-theory crowd. But if Mark Zuckerberg can set rules for free speech on Facebook before the Supreme Court can do it, perhaps it's time Google took a crack at separating fact from fiction.
Presumably, it will take time for its algorithm to develop search integrity, because the aptly-named Google Bombing and Google Washing and Spamdexing - complexities in which page rankings can be manipulated for political or humorous purposes - would conflict with its aims....
You should use than one search engine. Google wouldn't allow some of the older Android tablets to use Google search! Really a blessing since there are times that DuckDuckGo, comes up with some very interesting, and useful results different from Google search, q.v., https://duckduckgo.com/about
If I remember right, The premise of A "Brave New World" was that people would be so entertained (by design) that they would not know that all of their rights were being taken away. We are now in a time where 40% of the population spends 80% of their time with their face in their phone. At work, on dates, at sporting events, at church. Every place, and every social construct had been affected. People in their 40s, and 50s are approaching the maturity level of what was a 14, or 15 yr old 40 yrs ago. As they play games, text, twit, and facebook all day long, people have lost the ability to think for themselves, interact with their physical environment, and be responsible. Irresponsible marketing is largely to blame, as they purposely seek to get us addicted to the newest gadget. There is a place for much technology, but we have gone way beyond that. Of course social engineers never waste an opportunity to capitalize.