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7 - Farther frequencies

7.1 - The Schumann frequency

The German physicist Dr. W. O. Schumann of the technological university of Munich wanted to arrange 1952 practise tasks to the electricity for his students. At that time subject was the calculation of cavity resonators. Besides, he gave, that the underside of the ionosphere, so the Heaviside layer should be one sphere and the earth surface the other sphere of the resonator . The task consisted in determining the resonance frequency of this cavity resonator. As result he received f=7.8 hertz.

It is pointed out that the task allows to solve only by using the differential or integral calculus. And the solution occurs about the determination of so-called transversal-magnetic waves (TM waves) in a cavity resonator. Today these are called Schumann waves or also Schumann resonances.
(see in addition magazine Physical research 7a, p. 149-154, 1954, from W.O.Schumann and also magazine Angew. J. Phys. 9, p. 373-378, 1957)

The Schumann frequency is sometimes called the resonance frequency of the earth. As in the previous chapter 6 was to be seen, the first eigen frequency of the earth (of the surface) lies a little bit higher with 11.75 hertz and 11.79 hertz.
The Schumann frequency is merely the resonance frequency
of the earth surface-ionosphere-cavity resonator
A cavity resonator needs a stimulation to get in oszillation. This happens, in the case of the Schumann resonator, through the solar wind and through thunderstorms (worldwide daily about 3000). However, the variations of the stimulating influences induce variations in the resultant oscillations, in the intensity like in the frequency.

An indication deliver here the measurements which have been made during the last years with regard to the Schumann frequency and which led too most different results. As still in
chapter 14 shall be seen, the ionosphere is an oscillation layer. And, hence the momentary oscillation state (of the ionosphere) influences the measurement. Particularly here also long-term changes are possible. By the measuring arrangement partly one can receive different values of the Schumann frequency. The earth frequency is to be looked against it however as a constant.

Now the question arises whether a connection can be produced between the Schumann frequency and the earth frequency. Here is the answer:
The equator frequency (11.75 hertz) multiplied with 2/3 produces the Schumann frequency.
So equator and Schumann frequency comparatively stand together in a Quint.
 Earth frequency und Schumann frequency
So the Schumann spectrum stands in correlation to the spectrum of the earth frequencies. In chapter 15 occurs a detailed consideration of this connection. However, the derivation of this relation happens until chapter 15, because in the chapters lying in between (primarily chapter 11 and chapter 12) still considerations are done which make a direct derivation only possible.

Those of W.O. Schumann ascertained frequency is today called „biological normally“, because it has appeared by measurements in voluntary experimental subjects that the person needs these signals. This was confirmed till this day by several independent scientists.

One of them is Michael A. Persinger who acted by order of the NASA. During the first manned space flights considerable physiological problems appeared with the astronauts, and this could be repaired only by the installation of Schumann waves-generators.

(see in addition "The effect of pulsating magnetic fields upon the behaviour and gross physiological changes of the albino rat - Undergraduate thesis" of Persinger, M. A).

Another scientist is Rüdger Wever in the Max Planck institute in Erling - Andechs. He carried out experiments with volunteers who were observed during one month in a magnetically shielded bunker. Besides, disturbances appeared with the so-called circadian rhythms (internal watches). I.e. it came to the destabilization of the awake sleeping rhythm, of the body temperature in the course of a day and the Cortison level in the blood to mention only some examples.
(see in addition „ influence of weak electromagnetic fields on circadian rhythmicity of person “ and "The effects of electric fields on circadian rhythmicity" in „ men. Life Sci. Space Res. 8 “ from Rütger Wever)

Remarkably in this connection is the work of O'Keefe and L. Nadel which could prove that the frequency of 7.8 hertz in the hippocampus appears. This brain area is for attention and concentration importantly, and exists practically with all mammals.
(compares to " informative medicine “ from Wolfgang Ludwig – chapter 7).



7.2 - The weather frequencies (sferics)

Between 1978 and 1979 special frequency measurements took place in Pfaffenhofen/Ilm by Hans Baumer. With a narrow-banded range (2 kHz) the frequency areas were taken up about 10 kHz to 27 kHz consecutively about a receiving construction. Besides, the reach of the receiver was limited to 400-500 km. This led to the discovery of the Sferics which are also known as weather frequency. Besides, the basic frequency of the Sferics is declared with 4,150.84 hertz.
(see in addition in the " natural electromagnetic impulse spectrum of the atmosphere “ in 1982 from Baumer and Eichmeier as well as in "Sferics" page 285, 1987 of Hans Baumer)
If one takes the earth frequency ascertained in
chapter 6, the following prime decomposition arises. If one determines the 11th harmonic of the basic frequency and looks at the suitable octaves, appears for 5th octave:
for the Pole radius : 4150,19 Hz = 11,79·11·25
for theEquator radius : 4136,27 Hz =11,75·11·2
The Sferic-basic frequency is the 5th octave of the 10th upper wave of the earth reason frequency (on the Pole radius covered)
Remark: 11th natural oscillation = 10th upper wave

If one compares the measured Sferic frequency to both derived frequencies is the consequence that the Sferic frequency stand in relation to the pole radius and not to the equator radius. The difference between pole frequency and equator frequency amounts to at least about 14 hertz.

In his book „ the cosmic octave “ (pages 38-41) Cousto produces a connection between sferic frequency and sidereal day. The comparison with the earth rotation delivers a difference of about 3 hertz. To maintain the connection between Sferics and sidereal day, he must divide the Sferic frequencies down (page 199) and can compare them then only to the sideric scale. Accordingly the mistake is also reduced by this division. If one produces from the start the relation to the pole radius, this "arithmetic trick" is not necessary.

It is also sometimes to be read that the difference is interpreted as a measuring mistake. Here one should keep following in mind:
The measured value of the Sferic basic frequency is given with 2 digits behind the comma. However, with thus the mistake amounts at most to ±0.05 hertz or with a certain generosity on ± 0.1 hertz. If one is directed to Cousto`s information and interprets the measuring value with a mistake of 14 hertz, the whole measurement would be useless, because it would be afflicted with a systematic mistake. Nevertheless, today's measurements, just in the electric-technical domain (also with frequency), are very exact, so that the information of 4,150.84 hertz is to be considered as correct. As the oscillation attempt also shows, can the sferic basic frequency be derived with enough exactness (inaccuracy <0.7 hertz).

The Sferic frequencies stand in dependence to the pole axis of the earth
Or also more general expressed:
The Sferic frequencies stand in relation to the earth frequency
E comprehensive consideration of the Sferics occurs in chapter 15.6


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