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Disorders of the human central nervous system such as epilepsy, climatic variations and seismic activities are some of the phenomena to be studied in Cuba from the Schumann Resonance call (RS), a set of extremely low frequencies in the radio spectrum generated the planet.
The project, conceived in collaboration with the Institute of Geophysics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, located in the Caribbean nation as a pioneer in Latin America in promoting this type of research, explained to the engineer Paul JR Sierra, technical radio astronomy Station, Institute of Geophysics and Astronomy.
To this end, the assembly provides a modern station in Havana for the registration of the RS, which allow measurements to describe the influence of solar and geomagnetic activity, and using monitoring data to study at different periods of time investigating episodes of epilepsy, said.
The specialist noted that the program is designed with the RS, as its main frequency coincides with the frequency alpha brain, which are electromagnetic waves that represent the cerebral cortex activity in a resting state, one of the parameters measured in the central nervous system.
As said Sierra, now in the world have developed several studies indicating the possibility of a relationship between some neurological conditions and the arrival on Earth of a flow of high-energy particles as a result of solar storms during cycles of greater activity of the sun.
And that this frequency is generated between the earth and the ionosphere, in a series of electromagnetic waves, influenced by external action by the cosmic climate, mainly by solar activity, meant.
Through the phenomenon of Schumann resonance electric shocks create low frequency waves that spread around the world, caught between its surface and the ionosphere, vanishing after giving several times around the globe.
Each ray burst creates electromagnetic waves that encircle the planet and can be caught between the land surface and a boundary about 60 miles up.
Sierra meant that the Schumann Resonance is also a kind of thermometer, because their frequency parameters to measure the global temperature and climate variations, and even, as some authors have reported, predict the possible occurrence of large earthquakes .