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See discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256374467 Human Electrophysiological Signal Responses to ELF Schumann Resonance

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In  this  paper  we  compare  the  experimental  findings  from  human electropysiological  signal  responses  to  environmental  “geomagnetic”  and artificial  extremely  low  frequency  (ELF)  electromagnetic  fields  in  order  to determine  the  transfer  characteristic  from  acupuncture  meridian  analysis and  EEG  studies.  The  fundamental  Schumann  resonance  frequency  is claimed  to  be  extremely  benificial  to  existence  of  the  biological  cycle phenomena  of  plants,  animals  and  humans.  However,  the  results  from  our acupuncture  meridian  and  EEG  studies  have  shown  that  frequencies between  8.8  and  13.2  Hz,  which  fall  between  peaks  of  the  Schumann resonance,  mainly  correlate  with  analysed  human  electrophysiological signals,  while  one  study  proves  a  correlation  between  transfer  function  of Schumann  resonance  and  electro-acupunture  meridian.  The  results  from our  acupuncture  meridians  and  EEG  activity  studies  confirm  that  the human  body  absorbs,  detects  and  responds  to  ELF  environmental  EMF signals.  This  is  a  classical  physics  phenomenon  utilised  in telecommunication  systems,  which  definitelly  needs  to  be  further investigated  for  possible  biological  cell-to-cell  communication  phenomena.


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