Trust search engines to give you good information? Probably not wise. There's a story doing the rounds now that if you do a search on Google for the words what happened to the dinosaurs you get a very biased and religious reply. Take a look at it:
The book linked from the right hand side of the page is also a Christian based commentary. It's worth noting that I did this search at about 15.15 today, and the result is still there, despite assurances from Google that they have dropped it. Google crowdsources a lot of stuff, and you can see that the Answersingenesis website is also the third answer down. The same result comes up if you search for what happened to dinosaurs.
Now, you might be thinking, ok, let's try another search engine instead! You get very little luck elsewhere.
Duckduckgo: Answeringenesis website is the first result.
Bing: Answeringenesis website is the first result.
Yahoo: Answeringenesis website is the first result. However, they do have some news items that question these results above it.
Gigablast: A YouTube video pops up first, and the Answeringenesis website is the third result.
Yandex: Answeringenesis website is the first result.
Ixquick: Answeringenesis website is the first result.
I could go on I'm sure, but I think you get the picture. DO NOT TRUST SEARCH ENGINES! (Ask a librarian instead!)