Description This is a special genetic recording of the mysterious 'music' that is sung by the Malah. Recordings are created by taking cerebral tissue samples from the Malah themselves and playing them back through specialized enhanced DNA sensors. Some JOBE scientists believe that the Malah songs are an advanced form of communication, possibly with psychic or extra-sensory properties. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the songs can affect plant growth, or even peoples' wills. Whilst the latter is largely dismissed as a 'siren myth', several prominent scientists have admitted that they have encountered some strange results in experiments where animals were exposed to the songs. Leets and several other lesser life forms were able to find their way through a maze whilst in a state of complete sensory black-out while a recording of the Malah songs was played at the exit. Despite closely monitoring the creatures' brain activity, throughout the experiment, the scientists found nothing and were at a loss to explain the results. There is still debate as to whether the Malah are truly sentient, or if these songs are a natural survival mechanism. No other trace of civilization or sentient thought has been found amongst the Malah, leading most to believe that the songs are no different to a chimera's growl or a leet's scent.
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