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### Subject: INFLUENCE LOW RANGE FRIEQUENCIES (5-25 Hz) ON HUMAN BRAIN

Date: Tue Jun 17 04:49:29 1997
Posted by Milos Cikic
School: university of Novi Sad
City: Novi Sad State/Province: No state entered.
Country: Yugoslavia
Area of science: NeuroScience
ID: 866540969.Ns
Message:
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Hallo!
I am student of psychology, and i am also electrician. So i decided to join
this two fields. Friequency range of human brain activity is approximately
5-25Hz. Range of alfa waves is 7,5 - 13 Hz. Presents of alfa waves is a
sign of relaxation. Alfa waves are present when we are sleepy or when we
are waking up. It is proofed that man is the most creative on 7,(i dont now
what) Hz. Nikola Tesla bulit mechanical device for relaxation. I suppose
that Tesla was using mechanical vibrations. I supposed that electromagnetic
waves can do the same. Here is my teory.
I am not sure but i red that telepathy is proofed . Let`s suppose that
that human brain is radio transmiter who`s  working on the low
friequencies. Every radio transmiter can be interfered with other stronger
radio transmiter. Practicly, if build radio transmiter (low range
friequencies) we can stimulate brain with electromagnetic waves. It means
that we can create our mood. (Dont take that literally) Electromagnetic
waves (high friequencies (MHz))on the surface of our skin are transforming
in electric current very low voltage. Here is my question.
1)   What influence can do the electromagnetic waves (low range friequencies (5-25 Hz)) on the nerves?
2)   What is mximum voltage that nerves can persist?
3)   What function can describe dependence generated electric current in nerves (by EMF) of power of electromagnetic field? (How strong field can generate how strong current in nerves?)
I am sorry about my English.

p.s. i built that device, but i didnt  test it yet.
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