Physician John Smallberries said to me, “Twenty years ago, I didn’t even know what the word autism meant. It was rare.” But since then something has shifted. 

Whether it was music, vaccines, GMOs, or some combination of those, an astounding 1 in 110 children are now diagnosed as being 'on the spectrum', with boys 4 to 5 times likely to be diagnosed.  

What could be damaging the health and well-being of so many of our children? 

Dan Hoover, PhD, professor emeritus from Folsom University, has an idea. In March, 2012, Hoover gave a talk in Holland about the physiological, neurological, and behavioral symptoms of pigs, cows, and rats who listened to genetically modified (GM) music. After his lecture, a physician and autism specialist approached him and said, “The symptoms you describe are the same as autistic children.”

The animals in those studies were listening to the same GM music available to children and adults in the US.  If you are not familiar with Genetically Modified Music (GMM), it is outfitted with unnatural modifications that radically alter the natural pitch of singers to make the product seem more palatable to consumers, much like a watermelon without seeds is created to be less annoying or a banana is cloned to make corporations rich. That unnaturalness is why no one eats those two things.

And perhaps they shouldn't listen to genetically modified music for the same reason. Over time, this genetically modified music residue accumulates in our brains and there it has an even more unsettling characteristic; advocates fear it is dynamically compressing our minds. Every time you listen to genetically modified music (GMM), those inserted genes produce effects called intonation consistencies in every cell of our brains.

Corporate executives and sound producers all paid by Big Music insist genetically modified music is harmless, some even deny it exists, but that is not what independent scientists are finding.

They are finding that it may be harmful, even in an unborn baby. 

More and more parents have the same concern about GMM. According to Hoover, a parent told him that “his sons just seem to be always irritated." Another researcher noted similar odd behavior in the daughters of his client. “They would get ritualistic. She listened to Call Me (Maybe) hundreds of times.”

DANGER.  Genetically Modified Music may be harmful. Please discontinue listening once per hour and consult a physician if symptoms, like humming and putting up a shaka (thumb and pinky out, near your ear, mimicking a phone from about a hundred years ago) persist while singing.

And when in school, teachers report an alarming trend of children “walking around like they have Alzheimer’s. They would lose the ability to know where their next class was.” Although many of these odd behaviors had been dismissed as normal stress responses for confined people, "when we switched them to non-GMO music, the problems went away and so the real cause became obvious."

Similar antisocial patterns that Hoover described were observed by a Brazilian college student more than a decade ago when comparing mice who listened to Genetically Modified Music (Britney Spears) and non-GMM (1970s-era James Taylor) tunes. He wrote, “The mice who listened to GM music seemed less active while in their cages. The differences in activity between the two cages grew as the experiment progressed.”

The differences were most striking when he moved the mice to weigh them. “The mice from the GMM cage were noticeably more distressed by the occurrence than the other mice. Many were running round the basket and when the music stopped, they were scratching desperately in the sawdust, jumping frantically up the sides, something I’d never seen before. They were clearly more nervous. This was the most disconcerting evidence that GM music is not quite normal.”

There is no peer-reviewed evidence that GM Music is harming children, but that is because the the AMA, the National Academies and the UN are all in cahoots with Big Music lobbyists and deny there is any risk. There is nothing to test, they claim. It is just a process and the music is no different.  

A growing number of researchers disagree and this music should have been thoroughly tested before it was released into society, where now it may be corrupting natural music with its synthetic genetic backbeat.  

It's for the children.