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Can I hear electricity? Tell me if you hear the ring!

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posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 03:52 PM
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I can hear T.Vs, computers and power lines. Power lines are the worst, 'coz they make a low-pitched buzzing (annoying as hell), while T.Vs and computers make a high-pitched ringing noise. That's what I hear around them anyway.




posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 03:59 PM
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I can hear lots of those things that everyone else has described... not going to go into all of them. Also, the other day I was on my cell phone with my husband, and I had the phone against my left ear. Strangely enough, whenever he would talk, I would hear some weird sound in my right ear. Like a hum or something.

I think that particular incident has more to do with my deviated septum, though.

I do believe that EMF affect us in ways that can be heard. That is my basic explanation for any funny sounds I hear around appliances.



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 09:51 AM
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I can kinda do that, when I go into the house I can tell my TV in the room is on, I just hear a faint sound in my head, my bro hears it too.



posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 02:38 PM
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It's just the high pitched electrical frequency emitted by electronic devices, I think everyone can hear it.

Here's a thread I started on it a few months ago:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 02:11 PM
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Wowowowow... something amazing happened today.

I "had" high frequency hearing in my youth (lol ok, I'm not that old) but it seamed to me that after a few years of living in the city, I either "got used to it" or it went away. Sure, I could still hear lights and computers and televisions, etc, etc, etc... but it wasn't to the point of going postal on people, or feeling lightening as it once had been.

Anyway, I've had some pain in my neck and upper back, so I went for some trigger point therapy and instantly... I mean I can't describe how automatically this happened, it was like flipping a light switch; I could hear high frequencies again. Something released in my trapezoids and all that stuff that I had been holding there (probably the stress of city life) just melted away. It's an amazing feeling to be back to myself......... but now I have a gazillion noises that I'm trying to process and I'm probably going to get pretty moody as the day proceeds.

I can't believe this. It's a way radical feeling.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 09:41 PM
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Cant we all hear eletricity? Especially when its on. I think the main question is how loud do you hear it? I hear it extremly clear, on or off. I hear it when I'm alone with no other sounds around. Sometimes its extremly annoying. When I go outside all the power lines and transformers in the area start a loud humm. I think its normal to hear eletricity to a point. I have noticed that as I got older I hear it more intensly. Or maybe I just pay more attention to it now.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 02:43 AM
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Have you looked into this sensitivity as maybe a sort of OCD? That may not be the right term. Maybe you are sensitive not just because you have very sharp hearing but also because you fixate on sounds? Possibly there is a way to tune out extraneous sounds so you dont get irritated so much. People with tinitus learn to cope because there is no cure for it.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 10:03 PM
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I am a teenager and i have heard it for quite a few years. I always have a repeated ringing in my ear pretty much no matter where i am except for when im outside not near electricity. I don't know if its electricity that makes me hear the ringing but when someone turns on a tv i can hear the tv whistling far more then i can with the regular whistle. Not only that but i also can hear the whistle change when i change the channel on the tv whether its on mute and whether or not i know someone is changing the channel. Occasionally for no reason i will get a very large sounding whistle for no apparent reason. Last thing is that when i really focus i can lower how much of it i hear. I was just wondering for anyone else out there with the same thing is there a way to control it? P.S. I have met people with the same thing as me however they dont describe it the same way i do, but they get the same result from things like tvs.
Thanks



posted on May, 24 2008 @ 01:31 AM
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Nope. I cannot hear electricity other than the humming noise from electrical appliances. I do, however, hear at least one constant high-pitched frequency since childhood. Weeeee!

[edit on 2008-5-24 by pikypiky]



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 11:52 PM
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I can hear it too but when I'm in an area with large electricity pulses I get major headaches



posted on Jul, 21 2008 @ 06:53 AM
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since sunday i've been able to taste like Electricity taste you get from a 9v battery, I have recently moved to a larger city and things have been making me ping in my head, When im at the computer near Keyboard i get a pulse up the right side of my neck when i move the scroll wheel it really kicks in bad i am avoiding it but as i press the keys i feel it this is wierd



posted on Aug, 24 2008 @ 11:19 PM
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posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 12:58 AM
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I was with my family in Tunisia and we pulled off the road under some huge power lines to walk a bit into the desert. All of us could hear the power lines humming very clearly, not buzzing and crackling, but a very low hum. Since that, I hear it everywhere, in whatever country I'm in. I even went backpacking ten miles into Desolation Wilderness in Lake Tahoe, CA and could hear it there. I felt as though I'd been "tuned" in the desert and now I have the curse of hearing electricity everywhere. I was glad to find this discussion and will Google "transformer hum" ASAP. Thanks people.



posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 01:44 AM
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Sure enough. Transformer hum I guess it is. I can hear it right now but the positive side is that knowing what it is makes it a lot less creepy.



posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 11:15 PM
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It's hard to explain but I too have the ability to hear electricity, and I can tell you it is not the hum from transformers that I hear but the current itself. For example the light bulb in my computer room just died and I herd my light bulb dieing over a 3 hour period. You see every electronic device including light bulbs make a noise however it is when the device is dieing, damaged or inefficient that the sound becomes so loud that it is hard to ignore. From my experience growing up as a child and asking many people if they could hear "that noise," I can tell you few people can hear it.

I had a friend with the ability photographic memory and was able to look at a paper for a few seconds and make a full copy of it because she could still see the picture in their short term memory.

No matter how much people want to be normal, you must understand that there is no such thing. Everyone has something about themselves that is different from the majority of the population. The question is, can you make your differences into strengths rather then weaknesses?



posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 09:46 AM
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Wow, and I thought it was just me.

It's so hard explaining this to people. You don't really 'hear' it per say, it's more like a sensation in your head.

I can always tell when my TV is on, regardless of where I am in the house. My roommate and my girlfriend always seem to leave it on a blank screen, and they think it's off, but I can 'hear' that it's still on (even though it makes no sound).

Too bad people think I'm crazy when I try to explain it to them.



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 01:20 PM
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posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 09:44 PM
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I have always been able to hear and feel electric energy. I am scared to death of it as for some reason it seems attracted to me. I constantly hear a two tone (switched constantly from one tone to another) hum. I figured it was the sub station a block from my home. Someone once suggested maybe it was HAARP in N. Wi. I can't explain it, but I seem to be able to tell when there will be some sort of electric event, whether it's a bad storm or the fuse box shorting out. I get nauseous and nervous just before hand. I am not afraid of electrical storms in general, but my long hair stands up on end and I can feel the barometric pressure change. Not sure that is unusual though, I think it happens to quite a few people when a storm is on the horizon because of the static charge in the air, although people I know sort of back up and stay away from me when the hair goes up


Interesting reference to headaches, I have suffered migraines my entire life but electrical sensitivity had never really entered my mind on that topic. I have never found the source (ie: hormones, eye sight, chemical, allergies, etc that are common culprits) and no real relief from them except meds with a lot of caffeine which don't really get rid of the migraine, but move it to the "back burner" so to speak. Thanks for bringing up the headache thing, Anonymous, opened up some thoughts on that for myself and I'll go do some research on it.

[edit on 2/7/2009 by shockedonlooker]



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 09:57 PM
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i have some minor hearing of it too, but rarely it becomes a conscious thought..



posted on Feb, 10 2009 @ 04:12 AM
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I can hear all types of high pitched noises caused by electricity no one else hears. I guess it's because I feel the electronic pollution sometimes from being so in tune with the natural elements.




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