It could be viral marketing, it could be random Google nerds having some fun, or maybe something more... I just want to find out because I'm curious. We all know Google frequently changes the "Doodle" of the word Google on their main search page for 1 day or so... On September 5th, a Google Doodle was that of a UFO abducting one of the letters (O) with a tractor beam. The name of the file was Go_gle.gif Along with that Doodle on the 5th, Google posted on their Twitter page a string of numbers: 1.12.12 126.96.36.199 15 1.18.5 188.8.131.52.14.7 20.15 21.19. This was fairly easy to decode and the message is "ALL YOUR O ARE BELONG TO US". Some speculate it was to honor the 20th anniversary of Zero Wing, but I am certainly not convinced, especially since the UFO that day was abducting the O. Today's Google Doodle is that of crop circles forming the shape of the world GOOG E (the letter L was formed by a tractor plowing up the field. The name of the file is Goog_e.gif Along with today's Google Doodle was a twitter post from Google with coordinates: 51.327629, -0.5616088 ...Someone has already discovered that this boring location happened to be the spot where HG Wells set the first UFO landing in his novel The War of the Worlds. Also after a bit more research, Google has refused to comment on the Doodles only stating that answers will be revealed "in time," as well as letting everyone know that their Doodles are never used to promote commercial interests (thus negating the theory of viral advertising). So, brilliant minds of BlackHatWorld. Are we going to let Google take this to the end without besting them? I want to know what it all means.