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Originally posted by RedBalloon
Can you provide any sources for how exactly sound causes changes or mutations to DNA?
Let's say for a second that this is true - could it also be said that human evolution fueled music and not the other way around? Music evolves with us, and doesn't necessarily cause that evolution.
Anyhow... studies? links? articles?
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Originally posted by amantine
The sound of dolphins is of normal intensity. If sound of normal intensity chanced your DNA, we would see an increased amount of cancer for those that work in construction or live in cities, where it is never really silent. Cancer occurs when your DNA is damaged, by chemicals, radiation or viruses. If sound influenced DNA, there would be nothing that prevents sound from damaging your DNA.
I think swimming with dolphins just influences your mood and that this makes you feel better. Maybe a placebo or psychosomatic response is involved.
Originally posted by newkids123
studies shows that dolphins can produce to sound that can alter one's dna to become healther.
If this is true, is our evolution relates to sound and music?
It seems evident to me that how music affects mind, it can be possible to affect our physical traits over time.
In fact, he says a dolphin helped him heal a couple of painful dislocated vertebrae by sending "sonar pulses" towards him when he was swimming with the creature.