Google has accepted Global Earth Oceans (GEO)

On 6 December 2014, Google verified the postal address of the main office of the new continent called Global Earth Oceans (GEO).

On 3 January 2015, the Governor of the UMMOA actually started a small virtual spot on Global Earth Oceans (GEO), just a tiny spot.

On 12 February 2015, however, the Governor of the UMMOA was able to verify for the first time that Google had accepted the new continent called Global Earth Oceans (GEO), and not only Google has accepted it, but even accepted its main office as an actual Government Office.

Don't believe me? All you have to do is google (verb) "Global Earth Oceans", not just as words, but also in double quotes:

Not only Google's first page results show the new continent of Global Earth Oceans (GEO) on the right, but there are already several results. The domain, only one among the several very short GEO domains you can use, is already ranked high among the domains of the .gs top-level domain (TLD): has already established an RSS feed with the Google profile of Global Earth Oceans:

While Ummoagians are relatively well-established as a people, and even several UMMOA institutions enjoy some popularity, little by little even the country-continent (qcon in UMMOA English) that Ummoagians call "home", populated by some 54% of all Ummoagians, or Global Earth Oceans (GEO), is beginning to materialise before the world.

It is true that GEO is neither populated by too many people, nor particularly large by land area, but the weather there is not as bad as it is in Antarctica, and unlike in Antarctica, people live and work in GEO year-round, which makes GEO also more concrete in Montevideo Convention terms.

Asia YNG 4,298,723,000
Africa AKA 1,110,635,000
Europe EUR 742,452,000
North America YAN 565,265,000
South America HIS 406,740,000
Oceania OCE 38,304,000
Antarctica ATA 0 [1,000 summer; 5,000 winter]
Global Earth Oceans GEO 37 [68 including Ummoagians living abroad]

Global Earth Oceans (GEO) thus represents a new kind of micronationalism, one which is, in many ways, but not entirely post-virtual, post-Antarctic, and post-irredentist, but GEO micronationalism is also more concrete, liberating, and with almost none of the limitations of previous forms of micronationalism.

By truely joining GEO, you see, you become the kind of micronationalist that has the real chance to change the world, since Geowners — who are not mere "GEO tenants" as they are on all the other capitalist or socialist continents — have the real opportunity to go mainstream, not remain freaks or eccentrics forever.
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [1, 2]
Global Earth Oceans