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Authors:  (Yury P. Malyshkov, Sergey Yu. Malyshkov, Vasily F. Gordeev, Sergey G. Shtalin, Vitaly I. Polivach, Vladimir A. Krutikov, Michail M. Zaderigolova, Institute of Monitoring of Climate and Ecosystems, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Russia, and others)
Earlier the Earth’s electromagnetic noise was attributed to atmospheric thunderstorms, but the concept that EM noise is of atmospheric origin has been proved to be inconsistent. There has been shown that most pulses are generated not in the atmosphere but in the Earth’s crust due to its continuous, highly-stable and strictly periodic movement. Such a movement, in the authors’ opinion, is caused by the eccentric rotation of the Earth’s core and shell. This paper is further development of the hypothesis. Many-year observations and review of the Earth’s EM noises in various regions of Eurasia have proved that principal regularities of noises’ spatial and temporal variations can be explained in full by deformation waves generated by the eccentric motion of the Earth’s core and crust. This paper also covers principles of designing the measuring tools to record and to monitor the EM noises’ spatial and temporal variations, as well as the research and methodological approaches to methods of recording the Earth’s EM noises in order to detect geodynamically active areas in the Earth’s crust. Here one can find examples of assessing the stress and strain state of rock massifs, monitoring the land sliding conditions of river banks and slopes, revealing geodynamically active areas along existing gas and oil pipelines in Russia including the Ural and Kuzbass regions.
If deep-seated lithospheric waves detected by us really exist and manifest themselves in many geophysical processes on the Earth’s surface, therefore, their effect might be observed in human biorhythms as well. Each human being during his life span and the human race as a whole during its entire evolution have obviously been affected by lithospheric processes or, at least, by continuous and universal EM noise of the Earth. If
so, one can expect its footprint to be seen in human life activity. We have analyzed data on 2,000,000 case of ambulance calls-out in Tomsk (Russia) over a period of 2000-2011 and many-year observations on the child delivery rate in Tomsk and in Pribaikalye region that have resulted in revealing clear signals of effect of lithospheric processes to human life activity and well-being. The results obtained not only prove the existence of deep-seated waves generated by the Earth’s core but also convince us that constantly circulating waves affect the human well-being, birth and death and even “orchestrate” suicides. 

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Earth’s Natural Electromagnetic Noises in a Very-Low Frequency Band (pp. 1-86)