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Article 24: Schumann resonance.


Schumann resonance is a set of extremely low waves of the Earth’s electromagnetic spectrum. It is a resonance effect in the earth-air-ionosphere system, called transverse-magnetic wave. It vibrates on the same frequency as the brain waves of humans and of all mammals in general, approximately7.8 Hertz. It is not an isolated wave but a set of waves that reverberate and have harmonics. The approximate fundamental frequency and its first harmonics are 14.1, 20.3, 26.4, 32.4, 39 and 45 Hertz. These waves happen because the space between the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere, the electrically excited layer of the atmosphere that exists between 90 and 500 km in height, acts as a waveguide. Lightning naturally excites this cavity and influences the electric transmission networks that operate with the 60 Hz range since this is an over-tone of the resonance. The detectable overtones extend to the range of kHz.

Schumann resonance is a set of extremely low waves of the Earth’s electromagnetic spectrum. It is a resonance effect in the earth-air-ionosphere system, called transverse-magnetic wave. It vibrates on the same frequency as the brain waves of humans and of all mammals in general, approximately7.8 Hertz. It is not an isolated wave but a set of waves that reverberate and have harmonics. The approximate fundamental frequency and its first harmonics are 14.1, 20.3, 26.4, 32.4, 39 and 45 Hertz. These waves happen because the space between the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere, the electrically excited layer of the atmosphere that exists between 90 and 500 km in height, acts as a waveguide. Lightning naturally excites this cavity and influences the electric transmission networks that operate with the 60 Hz range since this is an over-tone of the resonance.
The detectable overtones extend to the range of kHz.

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