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I would like to ask a question, by moving to mar's we are in affect moving away from the Sun, how would this effect our brain frequency?
Quote from: Thebox on 23/10/2015 20:36:18I would like to ask a question, by moving to mar's we are in affect moving away from the Sun, how would this effect our brain frequency?By brain frequency do you mean brainwaves?If so the question might be whether different light levels affect brain waves.We know that daily light levels affect some people's moods and the levels of melatonin in the brain. Light on Mars with sun directly overhead is only 60% of that on earth but has the same spectral content. This is the equivalent of the light level we get at latitude 50 in early March and Early October. Length of day is about 42 mins longer. I'm not aware of differences in brainwaves due to living at different latitudes.University of Basel found that around the time of full moons, people took slightly longer to fall asleep, and stayed asleep for slightly less time. They also had thirty percent fewer delta brainwaves, which indicate deep sleep. But this did not change with seasons, in other words light levels.So, I don't think brainwaves would be affected, but exposure to different light levels could affect sleep and mood. Might be important to make sure good daytime light levels.You might want to look at whether there are any psychological symptoms caused by living at higher latitudes.