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Superior Magnetics for Pain Free Living announced it can embed Schumann frequency in magnetic jewelry for pain relief. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) February
Superior Magnetics for Pain Free Living announced has magnetic bracelets with embedded Scalar wave and Schumann frequency for pain free and balance. Boston,
Superior Magnetics for Pain Free Living announced it will begin embedding Schumann and cell rejuvenation frequency in magnetic jewelry for pain free living. Tampa,
The ionosphere is a region in the upper atmosphere that plays a vital role for global communications. This region is used for the transmission of long wave communications, such as radio waves, and now scientists have found waves from the ionosphere offer valuable news about climate change.
Every second, lightning flashes some 50 times on Earth. Together these discharges coalesce and get stronger, creating electromagnetic waves circling around Earth, to create a beating pulse between the ground and the lower ionosphere, about 60 miles up in the atmosphere.
NASA said on Monday that scientists have discovered lightning-made waves in Earth's atmosphere that leaked into space.
A powerful lightning storm in Saturnâ€™s atmosphere that began in mid-January 2009 has become the Solar Systemâ€™s longest continuously observed thunderstorm.
U.S. scientists say they have detected the first direct evidence of lightning occurring on Mars. University of Michigan researchers said they found signs of electrical discharges during dust storms on the red planet.
Physicists of the University of Granada and the University of Valencia (Spain) have developed a proceeding to analyze specific data sent by the Huygens probe from Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, proving â€œin an unequivocal wayâ€ that there is natural electric activity in its atmosphere.
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