Much has happened since my last GCI commentary. New Compassion Operatives are joining the GCI community from around the world and has surpassed 17,000. In the research aspect of GCI, we have been testing a new sensor design since June 2009. Some of the members have noticed the brighter colors in our spectrogram data, which are due to the higher sensitivity of the sensor. The new sensor utilizes magnetic antennas and an induction coil with a low noise amplifier. The advantage of this new sensor is the compact design. Also ultra low frequencies, called geomagnetic pulsations, from 1 to 1,000 hertz can now be detected by the sensor.Continue reading
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In this commentary I would like to focus on this question: Is there a connection between solar activity, geomagnetic storms and the Schumann resonances and human health and behavior?
In the last commentary, I discussed the Schumann resonances. Like a tuning fork, the earth has natural sound frequencies and these are called Schumann resonances. There are about 1000 lightning storms at any given moment worldwide, which excite the cavity. These resonances form in the conductive ionosphere which acts as a wave-guide. The limited dimensions of the earth cause this wave-guide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic (EM) waves in what are extremely low frequencies bands (see figure below).Continue reading
First and foremost I want to thank all of you for providing so much insightful feedback to my last commentary. Have you heard, our global coherence community now has over 13,000 GCI Ambassadors?
Two major events have happened since my last update: A 5.8-magnitude earthquake in Italy claimed the lives of nearly 300 people and left 29,000 homeless; and the swine flu outbreak, which had reached 2,500 confirmed cases worldwide as of May 8 and resulted in 44 deaths – 42 in Mexico and two in the U.S. – threatened for a time to become a pandemic, creating a great deal of fear and anxiety.Continue reading
Because of Compassion Operatives’ many questions, I will cover some of the basics of the science behind the Global Coherence Initiative in the first few GCI commentaries. This will include sun-earth interactions and the ionosphere and how they affect our health and well-being. I will also explain how the magnetometers at our sensor sites work.
There is a strong connection between the sun and Earth. A rotating molten-iron core in the earth generates a magnetic field that has fluctuated throughout history. The strength of Earth’s magnetic field has been decreasing steadily, at a rate of about 5% per century, since we began measuring it in the mid-1800s.Continue reading
I recently started working with the Global Coherence Initiative research team for the HeartMath Institute and I am excited to introduce myself today.
My name is Dr. Annette Deyhle. I have been working in the field of earth sciences for over 13 years. I spent the last five years of my career at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UC San Diego), at the beautiful surfer beach in La Jolla, Calif. My expertise is in the fields of geology and geochemistry. I was working on understanding the geology and chemistry behind earthquake processes, volcanism and plate tectonics.Continue reading
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