H.g. Wells Google Logo Mystery Solved

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Web users have been noticed by a series of changes to the popular google logos. Google has adopted strange logos on its home page for the last month the mystery has finally been solved. This week ago Google had a logo with its crop circles. But Google has now explained that the logos which has the “abduction” of the letter “o” in its name.

H.g. Wells Google Logo Mystery Solved

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The all of Google’s logos were in honor of the great Science fiction author H.G. Wells. 21st September his 143rd birthday. He was best known of his 1898 science fiction novel “The War of the World”. Joshgjohnson tweeted, “This is a ‘lead-up’ as was Sept 5th logo.”

Google has posted a Twitter message which read, “51.327629, -0.5616088″ which was discovered that the series of numbers for Horsell Common in England. On September 5th, 2009, The Google posted on Twitter page with a picture of the abduction of our second ‘o’ and a coded tweet from its strange captors: 1.12.12 25.15.21.18 15 1.18.5 2.5.12.15.14.7 20.15 21.19, which translates into “All your “O” are belong to us”.

One of the best known and earliest descriptions was that H.G.Wella, science fiction novel which describes an invasion of England by aliens from Mars. Google said, “Some of you figured out what we were doing, but we weren’t ready to reveal it all just yet.”

Source: examiner.com

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