I heard rumours it is possible, if you pull the plug on your hosting server.
But with today's Google's cached pages, you can never know.
hide it in plain site (sight, site, get it...?)
code your page so smart no one will ever be able to understand it (on a second thought, others have tried the dumb coding road pretty successful)
make a request to W3C and/or WHATWG to also allow mark up be written in cuneiform (WHATWG may seem more inclined to approve this)
I feel ashamed and stupid for posting the above suggestions, but the question kind of asked it. My apologies team1504. Please look at it like it's a circumstantial joke, as it is.
This question has been asked before, over and over. What is it with people first suckling up FREE knowledge from others (and their web pages) like a sponge and then trying to conceal what they've learned rather than passing it further on?
Think of this: Microsoft, Apple, Adobe and all the software producers CAN'T find a way to stop their products from being pirated. Do you believe you have something similar in size, complexity, software intelligence, that will make it worth you hiding some html mark up?