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Researchers claim to find music coded in carvings of 'Da Vinci Code' chapel

A father and son team of researchers claims to have discovered music hidden in the carvings of Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh, Scotland. Musical experts did not dismiss the claim. The team believes that the musical patterns are created by vibrations of musical pitches.

The New York Times added that if the team is correct about the meaning of the patterns, the builders of the chapel knew this aspect of the science of sound over two centuries earlier than the West.

I think that the story is very interesting and that it might easily become one of the most-read stories in both newspapers. It's soft news, but it's what people will be interested in.