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Effects of 6-10 Hz ELF on Brain Waves
Borderland Sciences Research Foundation Journal of Borderland Research >> Vol. 46 >> No. 03-4
David S. Walonick
Minneapolis, MN, May 1990
Introduction • Equipment • Experimental Design • Results • Summary • Additional Observations • The Story of Maynooth • Andrija Puharich's Watch • Electromagnetic Pollution
There is evidence that ELF magnetic waves can affect brain waves. This set of experiments was designed to study the effects of ELF rotating magnetic fields on the brain.
The specific ELF frequencies I was interested in studying are 6-10 Hertz. These frequencies are the same as those produced by the human brain in the theta and alpha states. Generally, specific brain wave frequency ranges can be associated with mood or thought patterns. Frequencies below 8 Hertz are considered theta waves. While these seem to be some of the least understood frequencies, they also seem to be associated with creative, insightful thought. When an artist or scientist has the ''aha'' experience, there's a good chance he or she is in theta. Alpha frequencies are from 8 to 12 Hertz and are commonly associated with relaxed, meditative states. Most people are in an alpha state during the short time immediately before they fall asleep. Alpha waves are strongest during that twilight state when we're half asleep and half awake. Beta frequencies (above 12 Hertz) coincide with our most ''awake'' analytical thinking. If you are solving a math problem, your brain is working at beta frequencies. Most of our waking hours as adults are spent in the beta state.
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