Research of Schumann
There is the urgent need for further research into the Schumann Resonance effect to help educate people on how the Sun and the magnetic field radically impact human bodies and human behavior. Although the Schumann Resonance could easily be confirmed by measurements at the time of its discovery, it is no longer so obvious due to our atmosphere being filled with manmade radiation noise and artificial signals at different frequencies. The artificial signals almost drown out the natural signals, signals that have been on the earth through aeons of evolution. These natural signals act like a natural tuning fork, not just for the biological oscillators of the brain and heart, but for all processes of life.
With the advent of wireless technology, in particular microwaves pulsed at frequencies close to Schumann Resonances as in mobile telephony, another problem is emerging. Humans are creating an environment that is literally out of tune with nature itself. And it is at this point that there is an urgent need for us to understand how everything alive responds to the most subtle changes in magnetic and electromagnetic fields surrounding us. For instance, we need to examine the possible interaction between magnetite crystals within cells and the many manmade and artificial magnetic fields in the environment.
There is a great need for independent research into the bio-compatibility between natural and artificial signals. By linking together the potential importance of Schumann Resonance and the dangers posed by manmade pulsed frequencies, it will become apparent that unless we find a way to use bio-compatible signals to power new technology, we may expose all life to dangers previously not encountered. We may have to pay a high price for this shortsightedness. Serious attention must now be paid to the possible biological role of standing waves in the atmosphere, so that we do not overlook the importance of oscillations in nature that may be central to consciousness and life itself.
Source: The late Dr. Neil Cherry, a fierce opponent of the frequencies used in mobile telephony, has also focused on the importance of Schumann Resonance in his publications ‘Schumann Resonances, a plausible biophysical mechanism for the human health effects of Solar/Geomagnetic Activity’ (2002), and ‘Human intelligence: The brain, an electromagnetic system synchronized by the Schumann Resonance signal’ (2003).