Global warming, Schumann, and hum?

Eckard Blumschein blumschein at et.uni-magdeburg.de
Thu Nov 29 07:00:19 EST 2001


Allegedly scientists in Darwin/Australia attributed
an increase of temperature from 25° to 27°C to an
expected increase of the number of thunderstorms by
a factor of 100.

Anyway, thunderstorms are blamed for Schumann
resonance.

There are mounting indications that Schuman resonance
is to blame for a hum without attributable acoustic cause,
despite of the failed investigation on Taos hum.
Hum maps show widespread occurence in US, UK, and
Germany. Many other countries are also affected.

Perhaps, this perception is based on a non-thermal effect
of the electromagnetic field.

Who may comment on that?

Eckard
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