I realized there’s 4 instances in that whole binary where one of the 8 divisions starts with a “1″, now in ASCII coding when the division starts with 1 it doesn’t make a single letter or symbol from the English language, when the 4 codes are translated it just makes what seems to be a random progression of symbols and numbers. It kinda seems weird to me that in this binary coding there are 4 "mistakes" made? Even more so that the picture is just that, it's a jpeg picture so before formatting or uploading it's obviously going to be checked, these mistakes have seemed to be passed as just mistakes by everyone (including me last night).
I can’t seem to type these out as the internet formats them automatically into “éíäö”, but here’s a jpeg of them.
When you search this code in google: http://tinyurl.com/392tm47
Which has this first link: http://tinyurl.com/39z4wqg
Now the outcome "éíäö" seems to be one of the islands in the Marquesas Islands, the most important parts I can find about this island is that it was a nature reserve called the Eiao Island Nature Reserve which protected endangered species and protected the Ecosystem.
Another outcome of "éíäö " is the "European Internet Accessibility Observatory.". But doesn't seem as "meaningful" to me as the first outcome xD
Anyway like I said I dunno if this is right at all, but it's my theory on it all.
well, coming from "minutes to midnight" to references about the trinity test, i guess mike wanted to keep a solid theme here to lead into his album. i mean, the atomic bomb changed the world, albeit for the worst. i guess what mike wants to hint at is that they've made an album that potentially changes the landscape for music. some dates associated with the atomic bomb/trinity test:
trinity test: july 16, 1945 - socorro, new mexico
bombing of hiroshima: august 6, 1945
bombing of nagasaki: august 9, 1945
vj day (victory over japan day): august 15 1945, which also signified the end of the last world war
Is "Trinity" the name of the new album, then?