View live data from GCI’s Global Coherence Monitoring System, a worldwide network of magnetometers that collect a continuous stream of data from the earth’s magnetic field.
The Global Coherence Initiative is an international effort that seeks to help activate the heart of humanity and promote peace, harmony and a shift in global consciousness. GCI conducts groundbreaking research on the interconnection between humanity and Earth’s magnetic fields and energetic systems.
The Spectrogram Calendar displays data from the magnetic field detectors deployed by the Global Coherence Initiative research team to monitor the resonances occurring in the plasma waves constantly circling the earth in the ionosphere. These daily spectrograms show the activity occurring at the various resonant frequencies from 1 to 50 Hz. Within the spectrogram, the power, or intensity level of each frequency is displayed as a color, with yellow being the most intense. The Schumann resonances appear as the horizontal lines at 7.8, 14, 20, 26, 33 & 39 Hz. In this calendar, each day begins at midnight UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).
Each row of images is from a different site location, new sites will be added as they become operational. Clicking on an image will pop up a full-size image of the selected day. Clicking the arrow buttons in the top left and right corners of the calendar will advance the page forward or backward one day < > or one week << >> at a time.
GCMS Magnetometer Schumann Resonances Power
GCI001 California, USA; GCI002 Hofuf, Saudi Arabia; GCI003 Lithuania; GCI004 Alberta, Canada; GCI005 Northland, New Zealand; GCI006 Hluhluwe, South Africa.
The Schumann Resonances Power graph summarizes the information presented in the Spectrogram Calendar and illustrates the dynamic changes occurring in the Schumann Resonances region of the magnetic field. Power is the sum of the power in all frequencies detected by the site magnetometer from 0.32 to 36 Hertz and is calculated for every hour. A 24-hour moving average of this power data is plotted for each site and updated hourly.
Each monitoring site is represented by a separate colored line and can be toggled on or off by clicking the label for each site in the legend key. The time span of data displayed can be changed with the Zoom control in the upper left of the chart window or with the horizontal slider and range display controls under the time and date labels.
NOAA ACE Solar Wind Speed & GOES Magnetometer
The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration’s ACE Solar Wind Speed & GOES Magnetometer strip chart displays the past 28 days of solar wind speed data from the NOAA’s Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) satellite and the parallel components (HP)† from the two Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) 11 and 12 magnetometers. Solar wind speed is given in kilometers per second, and magnetometer readings are in nanoteslas.
Clicking on any given day of the chart will pop up a full-size image of the selected day.
† The HP component is perpendicular to the satellite orbit plane and HP is essentially parallel to Earth’s rotation axis.
Global Consciousness Project – Random Network Variance
The Global Consciousness Project maintains a global network of Random Number Generators; this network has shown non-random activity during widely shared experiences of deeply engaging events. This network is designed to document and display any subtle, but direct effects of our collective consciousness reacting to global events. The research hypothesis predicts the appearance of coherence and structure in the globally distributed data collected during major events that emotionally engage the world population.
The above strip chart displays a 24 hour moving window sum of the variance of the networks generators. Each point on the chart represents the cumulative sum of the random output from the GCP RNG network over the past 24 hours with a resolution of 1-minute. The display can be scaled to show the previous 7, 14, 21 or 28 days of data with the drop down menu in the lower right section of the display. Horizontal red lines represent 95% and 99% confidence intervals for expected range of the network output. While deviations above and below these lines can still be expected from the randomly fluctuating output of the network they are expected to be infrequent. Consistent deviations from randomness correlating with collective consciousness reactions to global events may represent the impact of consciousness on the network.
For more information: http://noosphere.princeton.edu.