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‘Heartbeat’ to Earth! Is this a phenomenon that affects human behavior? | Earth | Space | Science Technology | Science News | Malayalam Tech News

How many people know that the earth has a ‘heartbeat’ and that it even affects human nature? About 50 lightning strikes the earth every second. The continuous flow of lightning causes a short wavelength electromagnetic field. These movements are what Schumann Mattoli calls the heartbeat of the earth.

The phenomenon came to the attention of the scientific community in the 1960s. The finding was that energy waves occur at a frequency of approximately 7.83 Hz. The phenomenon was named after Schumann Mottoli in honor of the German physicist Winfried Otto. Schumann.

These electromagnetic movements are more or less due to changes in the ionosphere that are part of the Earth’s atmosphere. This is the atmospheric region that rises and falls as it absorbs energy from the sun. The ionosphere is thinner at night and thicker during the day. Increases in lightning capacity in areas considered lightning hotspots also cause fluctuations in Earth’s heart rate.

Previous studies had suggested that this heartbeat could even affect human behavior. A 2006 study found that our brain movements and the earth’s heartbeat were in the range of about 6 Hz to 16 Hz. In 2016, the Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory at Laurent University in Canada conducted another study. detailed. Of these, 184 individuals were studied continuously for approximately three and a half years. This study also highlighted the similarities between electromagnetic waves in the human brain and the heartbeat of the Earth.

Some have even compared the 7.83 Hz wave, which is considered the heartbeat of the earth, to human hypnosis, meditation, and even growth hormone in humans. However, to date there is no scientific evidence. There are those who believe that the heartbeat of the earth can affect even human consciousness. Let’s put these disturbing observations aside for the moment. Especially until science finds the evidence for it.

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English summary: Earth has a 7.83 Hz ‘heartbeat’ and could affect human behavior

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