Cognitive neuroscience researcher Prof. M. Persinger suggests that Schumann resonance shows real-time coherence with brain resonance (brain waves)
Study available at “Publications“ link from http://persingerpublications.com/
Persinger M.A, Saroka K.S. (2015) Human Quantitative Electroencephalographic and Schumann Resonance Exhibit Real-Time Coherence of Spectral Power Densities: Implications for Interactive Information Processing. Journal of Signal and Information Processing, 2015, 6, 153-164 http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jsip.2015.62015
The case of photic driving: Flashing light at specific intervals (specific frequency) drives our brain waves at the same frequency
"Science Magazine" study: One of two identical twins that enters in alpha rhythm by closing eyes leads its sibling to follow alpha rhythm
(pdf available for download)
“What we have found is that if you place two different people at a distance and put a circular magnetic field around both, and you make sure they are connected to the same computer so they get the same stimulation, then if you flash a light in one person’s eye the person in the other room receiving just the magnetic field will show changes in their brain as if they saw the flash of light. We think that’s tremendous because it may be the first macro demonstration of a quantum connection, or so-called quantum entanglement."
From the Book “Energy Medicine, The Scientific Basis by James L. Oschman, 2000.
Some comments on the brain’s thalamic pacemaker and how it could be entrained by the Schumann resonance
"Eventually the thalamic oscillations cease because of the excess calcium built up in the thalamocortical neurons. During this silent phase lasting from 5 to 25 seconds, the brain
waves are said to 'free-run'. It is probably during this phase that the brain waves are susceptible to entrainment by external fields, as will
be discussed below."
(reduction of Schumann resonance micropulsations)
"The frequency and strength of the signals (i.e. Schumann resonance) depend on the distribution of global thunderstorm activity,"
"Reiter (1953) measured reaction time, an important factor in traffic safety. Upon entering a cubicle at a traffic exhibition, visitors were asked to press a key. When a light came on,
they were to release pressure on the key Their reaction time (i.e. the time between 'light on' and 'key release') was recorded for many thousands of visitors over a 2-month period. At
the same time, the ELF micropulsations (Schumann resonances) were monitored. The micropulsations slow when a thunderstorm is approaching, and Reiter found that the subjects were slower
to respond during such periods. When the micropulsations speeded
up, into the range of alpha brain wave activity, reaction times were faster.
After the traffic exhibition, Reiter took his test cubicle to the University of Munich and lined the top and bottom with wire mesh connected to an electrical generator. He introduced artificial low level, low frequency signals similar to those of the earth's field. Under these controlled conditions, the effects of the fields on reaction time were comparable to those obtained during the exhibition. Moreover, subjects in the laboratory experiments repeatedly complained about headaches, tightness in the chest, and sweating of the palms after several minutes of exposure to 3 cycle/second fields. When the headaches faded away, there was often a feeling of fatigue. These symptoms resemble the so-called 'weather sensitivity' complaints that some people have before the arrival of a thunderstorm."