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Recent spectral power densities of quantitative electroencephalographic measurements of normal brains indicate they reveal peaks that correspond with the fundamental and harmonics of the Schumann Resonance. Coherence between the human brain and Schumann power occurs for about 300 ms every 30 s. We examined the conspicuous diurnal complex variation in Schumann values and the estimated numbers of people asleep at the time globally. The overlap was visibly obvious for the 12-14 Hz (second harmonic), which is the Stage 2 sleep spindle range, with peak-to-peak changes of ~0.1 Hz and 0.1 pT. Residuals from multiple regression analyses after potential artifacts were removed showed that as the estimated numbers of people sleeping increased the frequency increment within the 12-14 Hz range increased while the intensity decreased by about 1 pT. The Lorentz Lemma for population brain-Schumann activity and comparable current densities for the ionosphere-earth gradient and human brain current densities are similar magnitudes and suggest potential interactions. Experimental manipulation by HAARP of the Schumann Resonance employed a power density (10 mW per m2 range) that is comparable to that from the photon power densities emitted from the brain activities of billions of people. Although causality is not demonstrated, the presence of a strong coherence could suggest interactions at global levels.
Schumann Resonance, population sleeping, pT intensities, 10-14 Hz, sleep spindles, biophoton emissions
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