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2 months ago
I would like to know on any source to download historical data for schumann resonance

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
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2 months ago
Something like this?

https://geocenter.info/en/monitoring/schumann
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2 months ago Edited: 2 months ago, oem7110
The basis, or fundamental, for these resonances is 7.83 Hz (cycles per second), which is a standing wave in the cavity between the ionosphere and Earth. I would like to know on how different frequency of resonances effects on human, such as below 7.83 and above 7,83.  Do you find any related articles related to this issues?

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Thank you very much for any suggestions (^v^)



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"As long as the properties of Earth’s electromagnetic cavity remain about the same, these frequencies remain the same. Some of the changes that occur in the Schumann resonances are caused by the solar sunspot cycle as Earth’s ionosphere changes in response to changing solar wind associated with the 11-year cycle of solar activity. As the mean intensity of the Schumann resonances increases or decreases because of day/night differences, changes in solar activity, global weather, etc., our brains and nervous systems respond to the changes."

Ref : https://www.heartmath.org/gci-commentaries/influence-of-geomagnetism-and-schumann-resonances-on-human-health-and-behavior/

Referring to above statement and following image, I would like to know on what change intensity of the Schumann resonances between day/night.  Do the height of resonant cavity change effect intensity of the Schumann resonances?

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2 months ago
Hi oem7110, so I found something that'll help answer your questions and doubts about the matter. Read the introduction carefully, it gives a good explanation.
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I would like to know on any source to download historical data for schumann resonance

You'd need to order them from government sources, typically for free
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2 months ago
Referring to following link, do you refer to following link for government sources?

https://geocenter.info/en/contacts

I email them and wait for their reply
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2 months ago
Email these guys: https://ghrc.nsstc.nasa.gov/home/
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Thank you very much for suggestions (^v^)
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