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In Reply to: RE: Schumann frequency - Houston, we have a problem! posted by geoffkait on April 16, 2015 at 08:13:38
I can't, in a quick scan, find any information about mammalian brain waves. IF mammals SHARE the alpha wave frequency than that would argue for such a frequency going WAY back to the dawn of mammals.
That Reptiles apparently do NOT have this built in has implications, too.
Too much is never enough
I did a cursory search and found mention of alpha waves in non-human primates and canines. I suspect they are present in all mammals. OTOH I could not find any mention of their existence in reptiles. While this could be due to superficiality of my search, I suspect it is due to the fact that reptiles lack a neocortex and isocortex.
That's very bad news for the Geico gekko, one assumes.
What do you think the significance is?
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