What is Schumann Resonance?
The Schumann resonances, also written as SR, are a set of spectrum peaks in the low recurrence (ELF) segment of the Earth’s electromagnetic field range. Schumann resonances are worldwide electromagnetic resonances, created and energized by lightning releases in the cavity shaped by the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere. In the simpler words, Schumann resonances, the basic mode is a standing wave in the Earth-ionosphere cavity with a wavelength that is equivalent to the circumference of the planet. This most reduced recurrence (and most elevated power) method of the Schumann reverberation happens at a recurrence of roughly 4.11 Hz, yet this recurrence can fluctuate marginally from an assortment of components. This worldwide electromagnetic reverberation marvel is named after famous physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who anticipated it numerically in 1952.