DNA Repair Frequency

Frequency 528 Hz, the miraculous frequency for transformation and DNA repair.
There is a special sound and color of love according to Dr. Horowitz, a Harvard-trained award-winning investigator. Broadcasting the right frequency can help open your heart, prompt peace, and hasten healing. "We now know the love signal, 528 Hertz, is among the six core creative frequencies of the universe because math doesn't lie, the geometry of physical reality universally reflects this music; these findings have been independently derived, peer reviewed, and empirically validated," Dr. Horowitz says.

The third note, frequency 528, relates to the note MI on the scale and derives from the phrase "MI-ra gestorum" in Latin meaning "miracle." Stunningly, this is the exact frequency used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA - the genetic blueprint upon which life is based! MI - 528 Hz - relates to crown chakra. Dr Puleo suggests an association with DNA integrity.

The regular "C" that we all know of in this culture (which is from the diatonic scale of do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do) is not the 528 Hz frequency "C.
A regular "C" vibrates at a frequency of 523.3 Hz.
The "C" of 528 Hz used for DNA repair is part of an ancient scale called the Solfeggio Scale.

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Friday, July 18, 2008
A Musical Score for Disease
http://www.technologyreview.com/Biotech/21094/page2/
Converting genetic activity into music may be a way to monitor health.
By Jennifer Chu

When set to music, colon cancer sounds kind of eerie. That's the finding of Gil Alterovitz, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School who is developing a computer program that translates protein and gene expression into music.
In his acoustic translation, harmony represents good health, and discord indicates disease.
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Electricity sparks stem-cell transformation

THE activity of stem cells, prized for their ability to differentiate into
any cell type in the body, has been controlled by manipulating cellular
electrical signals.

At present, researchers expose stem cells to nutrients and growth factors to
trigger differentiation and control what type of cell they will become. But
when Michael Levin of Tufts University, Boston, and colleagues discovered
voltage changes in adult human stem cells as the cells naturally
differentiated into fat and bone, they wondered if changing the voltage
could control a cell's fate.

Sure enough, when they blocked ion flow in a fresh batch of cells,
differentiation was suppressed, while adding chemicals that increase the
voltage across cell membranes sped up their transformation (PLoS ONE, DOI:
10.1371/journal.pone.0003737).

The group hopes to use this method to more precisely control stem cell
differentiation, perhaps in future when using the cells to build organs for
transplantation. As fat and bone cells produced different voltage patterns
during differentiation, electricity might be used to produce these cell
types.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20026865.500-electricity-sparks-st...
ll-transformation.html?DCMP=OTC-rss&nsre f=online-news
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Healthy lifestyle triggers genetic changes: study
http://www.reuters.com/article/scienceNews/idUSN1628897920080618?sp=true
Comprehensive lifestyle changes including a better diet and more exercise and meditation can lead not only to a better physique, but also to swift and dramatic changes at the genetic level, U.S. researchers said.

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