posted on Sep, 16 2012 @ 10:31 AM
You are absolutely right about some people being able to hear more than others. I always knew I had great hearing ability, but when I joined the
military it was actually confirmed. I took the test everyone takes at Meps, plus I got tested after basic again, although they didn't test anyone
else who was in my squadron that I know of.
Anyway, ever since I was little, off and on, every couple of months or so, I would hear a pretty high-pitched tone that no one else could hear. I
always just figured my hearing was bad when I was younger, but obviously that wasn't the case. I then assumed I was hearing blood pumping through my
ears or something, but now that doesn't really fit either.
I do know that I hear these sounds more nowadays than I did when I was a younger dude. Also, it seems my geographic location has an effect on how
often I hear these sounds. For instance, at my secluded home here in Texas, I only hear the sounds every 2 or 3 months or so it seems like. But when I
spent all my time on a military base, it happened more frequently. Also, I spent some time in NYC after I got out of the military, and I noticed it
happening more frequently there as well.
So the only plausible explanations are that subconscious anxiety caused by being in public places, or just generally in less relaxed environments,
causes this to occur more frequently, which means it is a problem with my own ears...Or maybe something besides my ears. But since my hearing is above
average, which means different, there may be some problem somewhere that I don't know about.
But if it isn't coming from inside me, then it would have to be a tone caused by all of the electronics everywhere, plus the different wavelengths of
energy beaming around our heads, which either produces these tones outright, or causes the body to think it hears these tones. Although
philosophically speaking, that is the same thing, lol.
The other possibility, and the one I personally do not put much stock in, is that the government is sending out covert signals in an attempt to
control people, etc. Although I know they send out all kinds of different signals, I don't think any are directly aimed at controlling the US
population. Although I do believe that military capabilities far exceed civilian technologies, and I know the government doesn't let on about what it
knows involving brain research and how the brain is affected by different wavelengths of radiation.
There really isn't any way to tell, that I can think of, except for using some equipment and monitoring any changes that occur at the time the tone
occurs. That is possible, but you would either have to man it all day long, or figure out a way to record signal changes...which is possible with the
right equipment, and I would bet this function is built in to higher end gear as well.