X&Y Artwork Code Cracked
Originally posted on April 16, 2005 9:51 PM
Apparently some people who are way too into math have figured out the meaning of the recently unveiled cover artwork of Coldplay's new album, 'X&Y.' It came down to understanding the 'baudot' code, which has been used extensively in telegraph systems. You can read the full story over at Stereoboard.
The funny thing is, I think most of us already knew it meant X&Y. You can actually almost see those characters if you squint hard enough. These math folk, at the very most, have just confirmed it for the rest of us.
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