Google’s latest Google.com home page symbol does not feature the interactivity of its May interactive Pac-Man logo or the secrecy of bouncing dots in September. Instead, the homepage connects to the mysteries of the human body, revealed 115 years ago by means of the discovery of the X-ray.
Wilhelm Rontgen of Germany discovered X-rays while experimenting with Crookes tubes, which, certainly guided to the well-known X-ray images we all recognize nowadays. According to Wikipedia, Röntgen made his invention 115 years ago, and after that submitted a paper telling the unidentified, or “X” rays. . . . → Read More: Google Doodle Features the X-Ray