Schumann resonance


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Schumann resonance

[′shü·mən ‚rez·ən·əns]
(geophysics)
A resonance created by lightning-induced electromagnetic radiation trapped in the spherical waveguide formed between the ionosphere and the earth.
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Later, this number became known as the Schumann Resonance.
Technically, the Schumann Resonance refers to 'the frequency of the Earth's magnetic field between the surface of the atmosphere and the densest part of the ionosphere.
The earth naturally vibrates at a low-level healing frequency known as the Schumann resonance, which is 7.
However, the Schumann resonance isn't the only frequency affecting us.
There are sensible scientific evidences also to establish link between Schumann resonance and sunspot relations to human health effects.
This electromagnetic signature, known as Schumann Resonance, had only been observed from Earth's surface until, in 2011, scientists discovered they could also detect it using NASA's Vector Electric Field Instrument (VEFI) aboard the US Air Force's Communications/Navigation Outage Forecast System (C/NOFS) satellite.
The frequency of Schumann Resonance depends not only on the size of the planet but on what kinds of atoms and molecules exist in the atmosphere because they change the electrical conductivity," said Fernando Simoes, the first author on this paper and a space scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
Nowadays, there is a renewed interest in the Schumann resonance signals since Williams [19] observed, for a period of six years, a correlation between variations in the tropical temperature and variations in the lowest Schumann-resonance-mode intensity.
86 Hz on the average) with measured biomagnetic fields--and suggesting an evolutionary connection--Oschman further explores the role of the Schumann resonance in brainwave entrainment and in therapy.
In 2014, there was a reported spike in the Schumann Resonance from the stable 7.
Just as the Schumann resonance vibrates with a frequency that enhances our ability to remain calm and centered, so do other frequencies affect us.
12) The Schumann resonances, also called earth-ionosphere cavity resonances, are the naturally occurring low amplitude, low frequency EM spectrum predicted by W.