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Originally posted by rbilly001
reply to post by soficrow
When I was working in the field as a paramedic, we would always see an increase in heart attacks when low fronts would move in. I was once told by a doctor that low fronts add increase preasure on the body and this is what caused them.
So, the important question to ask is.. Is there something we can do to encourage the body to adapt to either a new "base frequency" (as in, Schumann resonance) or varying, fluctuating frequencies?
Maybe elevated potassium consumption? Just a random guess..
Varieties of air temperature and solar activity have a close correlation with human health. …Not only have solar activities a close relationship with the incidences of plague and epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, but also high correlation with onco-genesis and infant natality and mortality.
Originally posted by soficrow
reply to post by adjensen
Thanks for contributing adjenson.
...Semantics aside, "low fronts" are associated with spikes in ER admissions for MI's. Some research has focused on distinguishing the impacts of temperature effects from geomagnetic influences.
And no, geomagnetic impacts are not "magic."
…I wanted to correct the poster who said that a "low front" (or even a low pressure cell) meant that pressure was a factor, because with low pressure, there is a lack of pressure on surface objects.
Medical statistics for Moscow show that 70% of all micro variations, caused by geomagnetic disturbances, are accompanied by an abnormally high incidence of heart attacks (a growth of about 13%), and blood-strokes (7.5% growth). The low and extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields destabilize the heartbeat, leading to a sudden death or infarction. Medical experts have finally explained why heart attacks take a heavy toll before a magnetic storm - because micro variations begin 24 hours before the storm.
...the level of GMA is not only a factor that can be related with some pathologic effects. The field is also a shield defending our planet from very energetic and potentially harmful space physical activity ingradients, such as cosmic rays and very closely related to them, high energy space proton flux, that can be more active on the surface of our planet when the GMA is extremely low [5-7].
Changes in air pressure, especially rather quick changes, can affect your body. The most obvious of these are the discomfort or even pain you feel in your ears when your gain or lose altitude rather quickly, such as in an aircraft, or even a fast elevator that goes up or down several floors.
Air pressure changes can also be felt in other ways.
there's no such thing as a "low front" -- there are cold fronts … warm fronts … and stationary and occluded fronts.
Before Hurricanes could be spotted by satellites from space, people would keep a wary eye on their barometers during hurricane season. If the air pressure dropped, that was usually a good time to board up windows and head further inland!
Scientists study the weather lots of different ways. What's a high or a low front? How does air pressure affect the weather? What makes the wind blow?
…a low pressure area of atmosphere, by p=nrt/v, that is moving in the direction of a region of land in question.
if nothing else changes, but I feel better later in the week -- as if "magically" cured -- then that may be a sign that what I've been dealing with is related to current solar events. If I still feel like crud, then probably not (though that only applies to me, of course.)
Originally posted by adjensen
Again, there's no such thing as a "low front" -- there are cold fronts (cold air pushing warm air ahead of it, usually associated with strong weather events of short duration, such as thunderstorms,) warm fronts (warm air pushing over cold air, usually associated with lesser weather events of longer duration, such as a drizzling day) and stationary and occluded fronts.
The southern track of the low-pressure front will move east from near Gainesville to St. Augustine, then drift offshore in the evening.
Incessant showers are plaguing the tri-state area on Thursday as a low front lingers and pushes its way slowly across the area, CBS 2’s John Elliott reports
Positive Ion Overdose Symptoms:
Applies to the Majority of Population
Emotionally Unstable: Boredom, Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Aggression, Greed...
Increased migrane headaches, joint pain, repiratory problems; Asthma, Hayfever...
Physical decrease for over 75% of the population due to adrenal exhaustion, gets worse with consecutive positive ion days.
Excess Adrenaline release: Physical increase for less than 25% of the population, (Only the healthiest and yongest with enough adrenal reserve experiance this).
Best Days for Stock Markets as people tend to buy. Stores to hold sales as people will buy more - greed factor.
Worst Days for Staff Meetings (low attention spans), School tests (lower IQ scores), Driving (Road Rage increases).
Air Quality decreases as pollution is positively charged.
Foods of Choice: Cravings for fast food, sugar and caffine.
Movie and T.V. choices: Action, adventure and Horror movies will be appeal to viewers.
Decreases heart rate, contractility and cardiac output...
Originally posted by soficrow
Anyone know what was happening with geomagnetic activity?