Schumann Resonance and Brain Waves: A Quantum Description

" In this paper for the first time we compared spectra of the brain and Schumann electromagnetic waves. We argue that both modes of electromagnetic radiation: brain waves and Schumann waves can be analyzed with the help of the Planck formula. From our calculation we deduced the temperature of the Schumann and brain waves T= 10-10 K."

One of the data that they underline is that the energy density generated by lightning discharges along the narrow shell of 2km on the biosphere with earth radius is remarkably similar to that generated by action potentials within the brain. Moreover when this energy density is applied across the 3-5 mm thikness of the cerebral cortices the value is within the range of power of photon emissions near the skull when subjects engage in specific imagination and which is strongly correlated with the power of electroencephalographic (EEG) activity.

They also show that even though the current is much larger in a lightning stroke because of its absolute size by a factor of 1010, the infinitely less axon potential current is comparable per crosssectional area.

More scale-invariant similarities are found in this theoretical research.

Last modified on 14-Aug-16

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