The Lyricus website (music introduction ) describes effects of vibrations on DNA. "Certain acoustic and scalar vibrations cause the helix within the DNA molecule to unwind, extending the DNA backbone and making the exposed bases more accessible for base pairing and activation, particularly as this relates to what scientists refer to as “junk” or dormant DNA. Sound frequencies can be contoured to penetrate the DNA molecule, and expose and activate the nucleotides and, when useful, the corresponding nerve cells." Within conventional science there have been some studies of effects of vibrations on DNA, but mainly in the context of doing damage to DNA structure . It has been reported that ultrasound can break the hydrogen bonds of DNA , but it is not clear that this can be done in a controlled way in living tissue.