How To Read Schumann Resonance Graphs
Our intent is to try to explain how to read the Schumann Resonance graphs interpreting the data that we are shown with the various images in real time from the Tomsk University, which we want to thank again for the effort. The analysis is based on the graphs provided at 10:00 UTC, or 17 in the chart timeline, in this brief explanation we will use the local timeline.
The main colored table, which summarizes the general situation of the three graphs Quality, Frequency and Amplitude, is showing few lines, or isolated peaks of short duration, from 10 to 13 and a variously colored ‘bar’ around 13 local time.
To understand the “energy” of these peaks and which one was the strongest, we generally go to check the amplitude graph and in fact, it show us the 3 values of about 11, 10 and 9. These movements are reported with the white coloring of the lines in the main graph. At the same time there is also the Amplitude of 17 recorded by the A4 meter at 11:30, this is currently the maximum value in this graph.
The activity that seems to be more significant, however, is not the one that gave the strongest peak at 10:30 but the one occurred for about 30 minutes between 13 and 14 hours. Here the amplitude remained almost similar to that of the previous peaks while the difference in Schumann Resonance Power was made by the Quality which, although it had a variation from only 6 to 9 that may seem minor, still colored green the main graph.
As another example we can analyze the graphs of the previous day, February 17th, here we see that the activity is concentrated from 10 to 14.
The Amplitude in that period did not undergo significant variations while the color chart shows significant differences. What made the “energy” and the green coloring around 1:00 pm was the Quality which, at 1:00 pm, had a first peak and then continued its oscillations keeping an intense green on the graph during the variations.
Confirming that this was the most intense phase, a change in the Frequency can be noted at the same timing, a decrease from 8 to 7.5.
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