Space Travel - Human Innate Bonding to ELF ? Extremely Low Frequencies of Planet Earth

Human innate bonding to ELF ? Extremely Low Frequencies of planet Earth will be a problem in space travel for the future. How do we know this? We know because insanity seems to very often coincide with mental illness. And the human beings which travel great distances will be subjected to many other problems such as; radiation, calcium breakdown, Closter phobia, space weather, loneliness, food rationing, lack of sex, stir craziness, etc.

There have been many studies on how to deal with these things. Such as for radiation putting water tanks around the enclosures containing life to prevent much of the radiation penetration. New materials are being explored to prevent break up in the event of severe space weather. Calcium break down has also been studied. Loneliness and stir crazy issues which could lead to severe psychological break downs can be complimented with communication and with VR simulations and have been a problem with the MIR and International Space Stations with regards to personal items and personal space which appears to be innate. Sex could be counteracted by use of both sex crews for long-term travel. Closter phobia seems to be a gene that not all people have a lot and can be screened for, so this risk can also be reduced. But what has not been discussed and I can find no scientific papers on; is the innate planet bonding that could occur and most likely exists within the frequencies of our brains and our being or soul.

Earth's Frequency is 8.5 Hz, that constant frequency is what our bodieshave been adapted too. Gene Rodenbury showed the Star Trek crews needing to find planets like Earth and this would become their new Utopia. Other science fiction writers have touched on psychology such as Arthur C Clark when in 3001 a space explorer was found floating in space but he was frozen, obviously would have been insane after that period. Cryogenics seem to be the answer for this, but even after the human travelers reach the final destination, will they have issues with the Extremely Low Frequencies of the planet they get to, being different? Will this affect their sanity? When Astronauts come back they have this need to kiss the ground like sailors. Why? What is it about the terra firma that makes this need so important? Sailors at sea would have the same ELF since they are somewhat still attached to the planet. But once you leave the Earths gravitational field, then what?

Deep Space should have many surprises for us, literal freedom from a Planet, which has kept our species locked in for our entire existence. Will the bond of a human being be so strong that the individual member of the human race has posttraumatic loss syndrome? Losing the planet or their home. Not knowing if they can ever return? Will it take two years to break the cycle? Will the brain work right, without the constant ELF or gravity over time? Will it work better? What other functions will be hurt by zero gravity and knowing you may never step back on the planet? Will the brain change its natural energy flow, frequency, what will this change? Changing the flow of thought in the human brain due to the bondage breaking could change much. Perhaps allow the brain to reformat itself and change the way it works or perhaps it might stop thinking correctly or the way it was taught to think.

Can we mimic the ELF inside the space capsule or modify the sounds and beats of electrical impulse to help the astronaut's system function. But taking into consideration all the sounds of all the motors and frequencies and balancing them out with another beat to counteract the beats so that the difference is within the range of the ELF that the human body likes and feels at peace with, thus satisfying the innate need or a "Planet Fix" to help with the addiction which may innately occur in all of us? And if so can we make a device which we can use in our homes while we sleep or talk on a cell phone to put us at peace while sleeping causing the required estimated REM that the body needs to recoup.

Could the military use this technique to have personnel perform for longer hours without loss of concentration from sleep depravation? Rather than using synthetic drugs or coffee in pilots and those with importance tasks which require much concentration? We see emotional and psychological problems when we take alpha males into confined spaces, same with rats in cages over populated, more crime happens as well as tremendously different sexual behavior in highly populated apartment complexes. Cities with the highest number of people have an even higher percentage of crime and behavioral issues. Now we discuss putting people in space and sending them for lots of years, maybe generations in space, where the original astronauts will perish and the grandkids may actually reach the destination. Or Cryogenics where the astronaut explorers reach the destination after the designers and society and all the people they know have perished. Then we through in the imbalances of the ELF impulses of their home planet and change them with the new planet which will be different.

If you have ever felt meteorites you can see they have different magnetic strengths and therefore different frequencies and this would mean that they came from different places, which had those characteristics. Can a human being adapt to such changes? How will it affect their psyche? In one book by Ben Bova he discusses the psychological problems of a paranoid researcher who sabotages the mission and colony. More thoughts on this, lots of discussions;

http://www.nssc.co.uk/materialseditor/docs...einUniverse.pdf

Although this may sound like a way out thought and unworthy of mention since it appears on the surface to be way out there, I submit to such a notion that we recently found again that we could not take the beast out of the Tiger even with the great Sigfield and Roy at the Mirage. We watch the Western and Middle East culture clashes and we see the problems. Now we are talking about taking people, human beings to foreign worlds, not foreign lands to kill the yellow mans (Springfield Song). We are having problems convincing the people of Africa that without some changes in cultural behavior they will die of AIDS. We cannot even get the Catholic Church or Pope to agree that birth control is the only way to stop some of the millions of children who die every year of malnutrition and starvation. Mankind will not stop killing our own species in wars. It appears we are having a hard time taking the beast out of our own animal. Now we wish to take the animal out of the planet, send him to an artificial environment within an artificial environment? It seems rather obvious that modern man with about 160,000 years minimum of evolution that we know about can suddenly be taken to another world without such a consideration.

http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~bramblet/ant301/fifteen.html

http://www.progres sivehumanism.com/intelligence.html

And also if other species visit this planet they will need those things they consider important here. Breaking the bond of the planet is easily done now by way of rocket, we can easily send people to Mars or orbiting the planet and back again. Will their minds function differently and if so which is most probable, will it be for better or worse, will it cause psychosis? We study the mental disorders in this country and others with white papers on every single possibility. If an astronaut is put into a capsule then we must control the frequency pollution or otherwise give them an aluminum foil to make one of those hats?

Actually that was a joke, but you get the point? Perhaps a device can be incorporated into a watch, which sets the frequency at the proper setting for the body to function optimum. With a little genetic mitochondria DNA modification we maybe able to eliminate this issue and allow the human biological system to function at full capacity and the brain to be quite content and alleviate the problems associated with Human-Planet Bond? Soon we will be able to identify life forms nearby by monitoring frequencies know to be present in the brains of different species. If you study the brain waves of people who are in constant contact with different electrical impulses and waves their minds are affected in different ways. Such as use of a cell phone, near the magnetic field or those of us who pass under electrical lines and can feel a frequency change. Some people get buzzing in their ears when too close to electrical voltage or within a small distance of a microwave oven.

All this is real. Yet the constant is the Earth's own magnetic field and frequency, you take that away from an animal or species and you have thus changed its essence, which could affect the brain in many ways. Maybe even set it free and a wonderful sensation could take place and more powers that are within us will be released. After all the brain is quite large considering our needs for it. It is obviously more powerful than we understand thus we should be studying this more as we decide to embark in exploration and colonization of other planets.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs

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