posted on Dec, 5 2003 @ 03:22 AM
One of the things this makes me think about is the hum i hear in my town. At night if it's quiet enough you can hear a somewhat constant hum. Though
i know where this comes from. The trans canada highway goes right through my town so you can always hear the sound of fast moving vehicles driving
i don't know what the taos hum sounds like exactly, but it could be something like that or some other man made thing that could be unintentionaly
generating some low frequency hum
just did a quick search. here's a map of the area around taos: angam.ang.univie.ac.at...
the road marked in red is route 66 i
assume. i have no idea how busy it is, but that could be one possibility.
another idea came to mind. electrical facilities, i'm sure they would put out a hum of some sort. like when you're near those big powerlines and you
can hear the hum. I also noticed NM has some of these...
those things are huge and i'm sure if you had a few dozen spinning, it would make some kind of noise. I just read that NM has the worlds 3rd largest
wind generation project. it consists of 136 turbines. more info here: www.pnm.com...
they seem to be in the De Baca and Quay
it's something to consider.