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So, I just got it (new Coldplay CD), and I've heard that the designs in the CD jacket actually mean something, and that they somehow spell out "X&Y". Anyone know or have figured it out?
i dont have the CD, but i heard on the news the symbls on the inside jacket mean Make Trade Free or something. its some old code
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sounds quite fascinating.
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dope cd - regardless of your musical taste everyone should check it out.
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Ya for sure, everyone likes Coldplay
well i couldn't imagine x or y to be referring to anything but the male and female chromosomes, i'm sure that it must be they way they appear when digiatally coded into a computer or something of that nature. x and y chromosomes come in a variety of shapes and sometimes the number of the chromosome (see your biology textbook) can reveal certain biological issues/deficiancies/malformations/etc...
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^ yep, that is what the x and y chromosomes look like in an electronm microscope. at least those shapes.
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