Thursday, May 22, 2008

Sounds Within Our DNA

I recently found a video on YouTube which featured the work of Stuart Mitchell in his quest to crack the code of the cubes in Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh, Scotland. Watch this amazing video:



Be sure and visit Stuart's website where you can purchase a CD of this music as well as find additional information about his work. Stuart also puts various species' DNA to music, such as whales. He can put your own DNA to music as well.

I ran across an interesting article yesterday which speaks about DNA and sound. The title of it is "The New Humans" by Mary Rodwell. Here is a quote from that article:

"Recent Russian DNA discoveries documented by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf in their book Vernetzte Intelligenz have been summarised by Baerbel. 'The human DNA is a biological Internet' with evidence that DNA can be 'influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies.' This suggests that 'our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body, but also serves as data storage and communication.' The Russian scientists and linguists have found that the genetic code 'follows the same rules as all our human languages.' In effect, human language did not appear coincidentally but is a reflection of our DNA."

2 comments:

Christopher Darrin Horn said...

This is very interesting. Maybe more was changed at the Tower of Babel than we know, LOL.

Sharon K. West said...

Christopher, I definitely agree with you on the Tower of Babel. I even wonder if humans might have communicated via telepathy at that time as well and this was removed from them, forcing verbal communication as their only means. Lots of possibilities to think about and contemplate!