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Good find. I think this is noteworthy.
Originally posted by Overload
You’re still picking out logos that fit your theory and ignoring the ones that don’t.
I'm saying the guys that actually go into space--Manned flights
Not the little 3rd world country in Africa that just launched there first satellite....
[edit on 8-7-2009 by Overload]
It's the simplest way to represent a plane. *shrug*
Originally posted by TheVoodooGamer
reply to post by exroyalnavy
Ok, So if NASA were the original users/creators of the vector sign, and all the rest are copying them, as you say, then ask yourself where did NASA get the idea for the vector sign from ??
Perhaps you should have a look at my previous post on page 3 regarding the vector and the photographs of it taken in space by NASA, and the same vector objects being seen near the sun...
Originally posted by exroyalnavy
Its not complicated. And its not suspicious either really.
Companies/Organisations doing similar things employ graphic desginers to do their logos.
Graphic designers learn from and copy and plagiarise each other`s designs.
This has always happened. The rising stars copy the established "big boys".
Originally posted by WalterRatlos
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
We told them to use the logo cause we were first and we tell
them how to do the space business.
We also say they better do the space business to be our friend.
Who is we? And why did I not get the memo?
Originally posted by conspiratorialplanet
reply to post by Thestargateisreal
Yes, how well you explain away the image on a cylinder seal dated at 3200 BCE.
A very poor attempt at logic, and I'm being very polite, using those terms.
Your colors shine right through - you should take a break - effectiveness of what your going for.
...is Beyond lacking.
Coincidence is the word we use when we can't see the levers and pulleys.
A cleaned up Close - Up - so you can see how it LITERALLY is IDENTICAL to the Star Trek Logo.
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However, the military influence of the Soviet space program may be its most sweeping explanation for the shroud of secrecy that surrounded the program. The early successes of the program (Sputnik, Laika, Yuri Gagarin) orchestrated by the Experimental Design Bureau-1 (OKB-1) were undoubtedly a critical factor. The OKB-1 was subordinated under the Ministry of General Machine Building. This ministry had been a highly secretive military-industrial complex that had been targeted by Western intelligence forces’ scrutiny during the Cold War. Originally, the OKB-1’s primary goal was the production and further improvement of intercontinental ballistic missiles. This changed in the 1960s with the shift in gears towards the “space race”, but the association with the overtly military missile project remained and the Soviet space program’s achievements were covered in another layer of secrecy. Military affairs regarding the development of weapons, like the intercontinental ballistic missile project operated under the most clandestine practices. Soviet military industrial officers constructed an esoteric policy of labeling weapons which relied on a logic-less random number-letter system. “For example the Vostok spacecraft was referred to as ‘object IIF63’ while its launch rocket was ‘object 8K72K’”. Even the factory workers contracted to build and deliver parts for spacecraft construction had a minuscule conception of the larger picture. Enforced rules and separate divisions of access prevented workers of one section to gain knowledge of what was going occurring in other developmental departments.