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    Post Dolphins May be able to Change Human DNA

    Dolphins may have the power to alter our DNA and switch our genes "on" and "off" to help us heal. That's the fishy claim of dolphin researcher Dr. Michael Hyson, who says that the mammals can generate sound and electromagnetic fields that can have a positive effect on human DNA to help treat diseases like autism, celebral palsy and depression.

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    Post Re: Dolphins May be able to Change Human DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenDice
    Dolphins may have the power to alter our DNA and switch our genes "on" and "off" to help us heal. That's the fishy claim of dolphin researcher Dr. Michael Hyson, who says that the mammals can generate sound and electromagnetic fields that can have a positive effect on human DNA to help treat diseases like autism, celebral palsy and depression.

    http://www.ncbuy.com/news/2004-10-11/1010795.html
    I have come across research before which suggests a remarkably close link between humans and dolphins and this seems to take it one stage further.

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    Post Re: Dolphins May be able to Change Human DNA

    That was very interesting to hear about your wolf. I personally believe that wolves have a strong coded link to human beings, and we're in tune with them. Dolphions are the mammals of the waves, but wolves and us lived side by side on land.
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