Imagine a DNS server that simply didn't resolve the top 1 million domains. What would happen? What would you discover?
As another experiment, we at Million Short thought it would be pretty interesting to see what would break, what would work, and what we'd discover if we set up a series of DNS servers that redirected the DNS name resolution for up to the top million domains on the net to a "$URL on $domain would not exist page".
So, for example, if you set your machines DNS to use MillionShort DNS Sever 1 (220.127.116.11) pretty much any URL you can think of will display a "$URL on $domain would not exist page".
Also, if you happen to land on a page that isn't int the top millionth web site, but that site links to a JS files on a popular domain - that JS will also "not exist".
With that in mind, we've set up 5 DNS servers
Remove Top 1 Million Sites: 18.104.22.168
Remove Top 100k Sites: 22.214.171.124
Remove Top 10k Sites: 126.96.36.199
Remove Top 1k Sites: 188.8.131.52
Remove Top 100 Sites: 184.108.40.206