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Yeah, I'd thinking that with a unifying design, you could do a number of language- and field-specific ones, and it comes to the same thing. Rather than just the word "science," I was thinking famous moments, like the "I think" from Darwin's notebook or Galileo's (apocryphal) "eppur si muove."
So much depends upon a red wheel barrow (>= XXII) but it is not going to be installed.
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Winter Man wrote:drash wrote:Always been a fan of the humble delta:
For bonus points, superimpose it over a picture of the Earth from space.
Sort of like this?
nice stargate reference :p
my idea would be to use a math or physics related symbol as most fields of science are just applied physics which is kinda applied math
Physics - applied math
Chem - Applied physics
Biology - Applied chemistry
Geology - Applied physics and chem
Magnanimous wrote:Kick wrote:I would be a fan of this:
Simply the word "science" typed. I guess that's not really a symbol though. In that case, I do love the simplicity of the delta.
It's also hilariously anglocentric. (Englicentric?)
That might be a problem with symbols as a whole. They're all going to be symbols because of deeper meaning in whatever cultures. That's why the lambda, delta, etc. are good in my opinion, because they are relatively broad.
But yeah, symbols are troublesome.
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