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Genetic Engineering through Music?

DOUGLAS M. STOKES

The Journal of Scientific Exploration (JSE) is one of the major academic journals in parapsychology and the study of other “alternative facts” (to borrow a phrase from one of President Trump’s key advisors, Kellyanne Conway).

The Spring 2017 issue of JSE carries an article by Jeff Levin of Baylor University titled “New Paradigm Research in Medicine: An Agenda.” Among the many topics Levin discusses in his paper is the subject of “The Use of Sound and Music in Genetic Engineering.”

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