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12668Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: HUM_FORUM: ELFs, EMF reversals etc

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  • Nancy Carre
    Jan 5, 2011
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      Hi Patty,
      Although I would agree that microwave towers might have some effect, the hum is not localized nor is it restricted to industrialized countries with these towers. The fact that the EM of the planet has been relatively neutral in the past does not speak for its current effects. It is fluctuating and, as noted in the program on NOVA, is about to flip polarity within the near future, something that has not happened in the past 700,000 years. How it is affecting human, animal, insecvt and plant life now...?

      --- On Wed, 1/5/11, patty94@... <patty94@...> wrote:

      From: patty94@... <patty94@...>
      Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: HUM_FORUM: ELFs, EMF reversals etc
      To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2011, 12:40 PM

       


      --- In humforum@yahoogroups.com, Nancy Carre <ncycat@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hey Zack
      > Good question! That was a typo--sorry. It's Hertz, not Mega hertz for the human brainwave activity.
      > Here is more info:
      > The natural frequencies of the Human Brain are:
      > Beta waves (14 to 30 Hz),
      > Alpha waves (8 to 13 Hz),
      > Theta waves (4 to 7 Hz), and
      > Delta waves (1 to 3 Hz).
      >  
      > The Beta and Alpha waves (8 to 30 Hz) seem
      > to correspond to the
      > Schumann resonances:  7.8, 14, 20, 26, 33, 39 and 45 Hertz.
      >  
      >  
      > What about the Theta and Delta Waves (1 to 7 Hz)?
      >  
      >  
      > The 1 Hz frequency of the Delta waves is 7.5 times lower
      > than the 7.5 Hz natural frequency at the surface of the Earth.
      > Since the radius of the Earth is about 6,400 km,
      > the radius for a 1 Hz natural frequency is
      > about 7.5 x 6,400 = 48,000 km.
      >  
      > Here are some natural frequencies that seem to correspond
      > to the Delta and Theta waves of the Human Brain. 
      >  
      > Plasma Sheet (opposite Sun),
      > inner radius                   =  60,000 km   0.8 Hz
      >  
      > Magnetopause (toward Sun),
      > radius                         =  60,000 km   0.8 Hz
      >  
      > Geosynchronous orbit,
      > radius                         =  35,000 km   1.4 Hz
      >  
      > Outer Van Allen electron belt,
      > outer radius                   =  25,000 km   2 Hz
      >  
      > Inner Van Allen proton belt,
      > outer radius                   =  12,000 km   4 Hz
      >  
      > Inner Van Allen proton belt,
      > inner radius                   =   8,400 km   5.7 Hz
      >  
      >  
      >  
      > As to the following frequencies:
      >  
      > Magnetopause
      > (opposite Sun),  radius        = 380,000 km   0.125 Hz
      >  
      > Plasma Sheet
      > (opposite Sun), outer radius   = 380,000 km   0.125 Hz
      >  
      > Moon orbit,
      > radius                         = 384,000 km   0.125 Hz
      >  
      > it is interesting that 0.125 Hz is about 8 seconds per cycle,
      > which is roughly the same period as the 5 second delay
      > that has been observed between
      > the onset of a 1 to 2 millitesla magnetic field
      > (about 100 times stronger than Earth's magnetic field)
      > and the first bursts of brain activity
      > responding to the magnetic field. 
      > (See Science 260 (11 June 1993) 1590.)
      >  
      >
      Hi all; These are the things I've found so-far. The difference between the earths natural EM field is basically static and has a neutral effect on we humans (we're use to the fluctuations) The introduced electromagnetics from the microwave towers is pulsed or referred to as amplitude modulation. I think it is the pulse that is created is what I'm hearing. It took along time but what they call the wave packets of the nervous system are soliton wave packets, thats how messages migrate thru the nervous system. I think that is what I'm feeling - it feels like vibrations with a pressure. I have also read that some people with cochlear implants have the same type of side effects on thier facial nerves.
      Patty soutern Ontario, Canada


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