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Low Frequency Hums- What are they? Are they dangerous?

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posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 04:14 PM
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Hello ATS!
I know this subject has been covered here and there throughout ATS. But, it never hurts to get different information and a different perspective from time to time.

I recently watched a series by SyFy called Joe Rogan Questions Everything. In that series he has an episode that discusses Weaponized Weather. Sadly I cant link to any video of the show without paying. But, in the course of discussion he uncovers a story I have never heard about, The Windsor Hum. To sum it up, The Windsor Hum is a low frequency "hum" that many residents in Windsor Ontario 'experience'. Many describe it as a "pulsating hum/feeling" that seems to have a sketchy source. As in no one can seem to pinpoint the source of the "hum". Wiki Page

Windsor, Ontario, Canada 2011 This phenomenon, first noticed in 2009, has also been reported since 2011 throughout Windsor and Essex County in Ontario, Canada.[23] A 2011 study by Earthquakes Canada indicated that it may be originating from the heavily industrialized Zug Island area on the US side of the Detroit river.[24] A two-hour telephone town hall meeting in 2012 received calls from 13,000 residents, with another 9,000 leaving comments over the next week, although not all of those were from people who could hear the hum.[25]


That page has a fairly good list of other such scenarios and is a good jumping point for anyone that likes to research.

Anyway, some residents believe the sound may be originating from an industrialized island across the way called Zug Island. Some it seems, believe that there is a coverup of conspiracy proportions to hide some sort of pulsating weapons testing. Others think it just may be a symptom of the production machinery. But most all of them are fed up and demanding answers. Some have had mental issues caused by the "hum" even.

Link to SyFy page with a Summary of Episode.

Now, let me say that there is a BUTTLOAD of info out there concerning these "hums" or whatever they may be. I have done alot of reading as of late since I have watched that episode. But, thats not why I made this thread. The above is an example of the phenomena that has been reported in several areas of the world.

Now, what may be causing this is still up for debate. In some instances it can usually be explained away very simply. In other cases such as the Windsor Hum or the Taos Hum, there doesn't seem to be much of an explanation. The one thing about almost of them though is the fact that its been very hard for the people experiencing it to get anybody to investigate. It seems its a finger pointing game and a shifting of the blame sort of thing. No one seems to be sure who's responsibility it is to get to the bottom of it.

And that's where this comes into play and why I put it in Skunk Works.


In his February 5, 2013 letter to police investigators, Mr Kohlhase writes in part: "For over 3 years western Connecticut has been inundated with a bewildering low frequency noise and vibration problem that most are unaware of and certainly being over looked by many. Besides my own personal issues with it, my wide encompassing research to bring attention to the problem suggests far greater reaching consequences than just annoyance."


This was published in the New Town Bee. That's right, the very same paper of Sandy Hook fame.
Here's the headline to the Article...

Brookfield Man Implored Police To Consider 'Gas Pipeline Syndrome' In Lanza Investigation



Now, since I posted this in Skunk Works, I'm going to do something a little different here. Rather then push the readers in any certain direction, Im going to allow you to swallow this pill and let your imagination run wild.

Enjoy!




posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 05:20 PM
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NBC story


Who hears the Hum? Only about 2 percent of the people living in any given Hum-prone area can hear the sound, and most of them are ages 55 to 70, according to a 2003 study by acoustical consultant Geoff Leventhall of Surrey, England. Most of the people who hear the Hum (sometimes referred to as "hearers" or "hummers") describe the sound as similar to a diesel engine idling nearby. And the Hum has driven virtually every one of them to the point of despair. "It's a kind of torture; sometimes, you just want to scream," retiree Katie Jacques of Leeds, England, told the BBC. Leeds is one of several places in Great Britain where the Hum has recently appeared
This article also has a video of one of the described "hums".



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 05:56 PM
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reply to post by Chickensalad
 


Northern New Mexico has it's own version of "hum"....
I can't hear it but some of my friends can. All I hear are those voices telling me to..........never mind!



www.youtube.com...



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 06:09 PM
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reply to post by olaru12
 


Have any of your friends expressed any anxiety or other issues possibly caused by the "hum"?



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 06:15 PM
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Chickensalad
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Have any of your friends expressed any anxiety or other issues possibly caused by the "hum"?


Only one woman I knew, told me the hum made her anxious and irritable.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 06:24 PM
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Do you know of any authentic recordings?



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 06:38 PM
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Chickensalad
Hello ATS!
I know this subject has been covered here and there throughout ATS. But, it never hurts to get different information and a different perspective from time to time.

I recently watched a series by SyFy called Joe Rogan Questions Everything. In that series he has an episode that discusses Weaponized Weather. Sadly I cant link to any video of the show without paying. But, in the course of discussion he uncovers a story I have never heard about, The Windsor Hum. To sum it up, The Windsor Hum is a low frequency "hum" that many residents in Windsor Ontario 'experience'. Many describe it as a "pulsating hum/feeling" that seems to have a sketchy source. As in no one can seem to pinpoint the source of the "hum". Wiki Page

Windsor, Ontario, Canada 2011 This phenomenon, first noticed in 2009, has also been reported since 2011 throughout Windsor and Essex County in Ontario, Canada.[23] A 2011 study by Earthquakes Canada indicated that it may be originating from the heavily industrialized Zug Island area on the US side of the Detroit river.[24] A two-hour telephone town hall meeting in 2012 received calls from 13,000 residents, with another 9,000 leaving comments over the next week, although not all of those were from people who could hear the hum.[25]


That page has a fairly good list of other such scenarios and is a good jumping point for anyone that likes to research.

Anyway, some residents believe the sound may be originating from an industrialized island across the way called Zug Island. Some it seems, believe that there is a coverup of conspiracy proportions to hide some sort of pulsating weapons testing. Others think it just may be a symptom of the production machinery. But most all of them are fed up and demanding answers. Some have had mental issues caused by the "hum" even.

Link to SyFy page with a Summary of Episode.

Now, let me say that there is a BUTTLOAD of info out there concerning these "hums" or whatever they may be. I have done alot of reading as of late since I have watched that episode. But, thats not why I made this thread. The above is an example of the phenomena that has been reported in several areas of the world.

Now, what may be causing this is still up for debate. In some instances it can usually be explained away very simply. In other cases such as the Windsor Hum or the Taos Hum, there doesn't seem to be much of an explanation. The one thing about almost of them though is the fact that its been very hard for the people experiencing it to get anybody to investigate. It seems its a finger pointing game and a shifting of the blame sort of thing. No one seems to be sure who's responsibility it is to get to the bottom of it.

And that's where this comes into play and why I put it in Skunk Works.


In his February 5, 2013 letter to police investigators, Mr Kohlhase writes in part: "For over 3 years western Connecticut has been inundated with a bewildering low frequency noise and vibration problem that most are unaware of and certainly being over looked by many. Besides my own personal issues with it, my wide encompassing research to bring attention to the problem suggests far greater reaching consequences than just annoyance."


This was published in the New Town Bee. That's right, the very same paper of Sandy Hook fame.
Here's the headline to the Article...

Brookfield Man Implored Police To Consider 'Gas Pipeline Syndrome' In Lanza Investigation



Now, since I posted this in Skunk Works, I'm going to do something a little different here. Rather then push the readers in any certain direction, Im going to allow you to swallow this pill and let your imagination run wild.

Enjoy!



Oh, Jesus! The Taos Hum.

I was one of those people who were affected by it. Let me just say that my sister was not. She couldn't even hear it. I thought I was losing my mind. I wanted to at the time, as it literally made my mind crawl. It wouldn't stop. No matter what I did. It almost seemed 'internal' in some way.

We got in the car and we drove 40 miles out, and I could still hear it. She still, could not. I had never experienced such a thing. It was not only frightening, but the longer I heard it, the angrier I felt. Just insanely angry that it wouldn't stop. I felt such a panic. It lasted for an entire day. Then it abruptly stopped, as suddenly as I began hearing it.

The peace I felt when it was all over, I can't tell you. I never bothered to investigate what it was, as I felt it was in my mind. My sister couldn't hear it. This was in 1992 or 1993. I later got curious a few years ago, and discovered a website about it. Still unexplained. But I will never forget how it felt.





posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 07:32 PM
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Let me just say Thanks for sharing. Its nice to have a first hand account. Especially on ATS. And you description matches most others.

My question is...Was it bad enough that you were willing to do anything to make it stop? And what kind of thoughts did it provoke? Anything out of character for yourself?

Of course you dont have to answer anything personal. Just thought it would nice to pick your brain.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 07:46 PM
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One man in the Joe Rogan episode said he has 8 terabytes of recordings of the Windsor Hum and the article above has a short video in it displaying the "hum".

Ill see if I can dig up more for you when Im on the pc again. But it should be fairly easy for you find some with a simple search.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 10:01 PM
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Shows how easy it would be to drive an entire population insane with almost out of hearing range frequencies.
It would make a great covert weapon.

Especially now that they have all those cell phone towers to work with.


Has anyone ever isolated the frequencies involved? Given the age group that seemed to hear it the most often, tinnitus would have to be eliminated as a cause; that can be really loud at times.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 10:28 PM
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I live in the UK and have been trying to pin-point the source of this Hum for several years now, To me it started when all means of transmission changed from Analogue to Digital. I can hear such as I type. have tried to record such with no luck. My wife can never hear such and that's why its so strange.`1 intend to setup an old SB16 recorder that I used to use. That - I reckon - did used to pick up lower frequencies. Will let you know when and if I hit success



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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Happy New Year, I happen to be a 67 year old whose old hobby is Amateur Radio. For me it is Not Tinnitus, ears checked out by several specialist plus a host of personal tries. I do live close to one of these digital broadcast towers and really first heard such when everyone switched over to Digital broadcast etc.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 10:45 PM
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Thanks for sharing!

That would be awesome to have actual audio from an ATS member.

Its funny that the both of you mention the switch from analogue to digital as its not usually associated with the 'hum' in general. Though I do remember so people posting things just like the above right after the switch.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 10:54 PM
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The sound that resembles a diesel truck idling outside? Every now and then I hear that. I can even feel it, mainly in the face. Once, for several days, I was plagued by a strange, mid-frequency pulsating in the air. Wearing earplugs was next to useless.

As for the endless low-frequency sound like in Taos, I think they might come from deep underground military bases. The Dulce base in particular is very close to Taos.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 11:11 PM
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emfsafetynetwork.org...

Please read the above, this is one part of what we are trying to find.



posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 11:17 PM
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Maybe the hums are a geomagnetic anomaly acting with these towers. Because they're happening in specific spots that shouldn't be too hard to do a work up on. Match storms and the intensities with dates of these sounds.

I doubt very much this is being used as a weapon. Started in the 90's and there is nothing in either of these places to make them a target. Research would have concluded by now. Two people have mentioned a digital switch corresponding so that is a good start.



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 08:00 AM
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Chickensalad
reply to post by StarlightNine
 


Let me just say Thanks for sharing. Its nice to have a first hand account. Especially on ATS. And you description matches most others.

My question is...Was it bad enough that you were willing to do anything to make it stop? And what kind of thoughts did it provoke? Anything out of character for yourself?

Of course you dont have to answer anything personal. Just thought it would nice to pick your brain.




No, I do not mind to answer. Thing is, at the time and even for years after, I thought there was something wrong with me. I had never heard anyone say they experienced such a thing.

It was bad enough that I wanted to remove my head from my body. The only thoughts that I can recall having in any sustaining way, were those thoughts of panic, and anger. Panic as in a "fight or flight" sort of way. And then the longer it went the angrier I got. Angry that I couldn't make it stop? I'm not sure. Just mad. But it was painful after a length of time.

Some on the website said that the explanation could possibly be geological in nature. Whatever it is, I hope I never again experience it. I felt justified however, when I was able to prove to my sister that I indeed heard this thing, and that others did too.



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 08:07 AM
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Chickensalad
Hello ATS!
I know this subject has been covered here and there throughout ATS. But, it never hurts to get different information and a different perspective from time to time.

I recently watched a series by SyFy called Joe Rogan Questions Everything. In that series he has an episode that discusses Weaponized Weather. Sadly I cant link to any video of the show without paying. But, in the course of discussion he uncovers a story I have never heard about, The Windsor Hum. To sum it up, The Windsor Hum is a low frequency "hum" that many residents in Windsor Ontario 'experience'. Many describe it as a "pulsating hum/feeling" that seems to have a sketchy source. As in no one can seem to pinpoint the source of the "hum". Wiki Page

Windsor, Ontario, Canada 2011 This phenomenon, first noticed in 2009, has also been reported since 2011 throughout Windsor and Essex County in Ontario, Canada.[23] A 2011 study by Earthquakes Canada indicated that it may be originating from the heavily industrialized Zug Island area on the US side of the Detroit river.[24] A two-hour telephone town hall meeting in 2012 received calls from 13,000 residents, with another 9,000 leaving comments over the next week, although not all of those were from people who could hear the hum.[25]


That page has a fairly good list of other such scenarios and is a good jumping point for anyone that likes to research.

Anyway, some residents believe the sound may be originating from an industrialized island across the way called Zug Island. Some it seems, believe that there is a coverup of conspiracy proportions to hide some sort of pulsating weapons testing. Others think it just may be a symptom of the production machinery. But most all of them are fed up and demanding answers. Some have had mental issues caused by the "hum" even.


Now, let me say that there is a BUTTLOAD of info out there concerning these "hums" or whatever they may be. I have done alot of reading as of late since I have watched that episode. But, thats not why I made this thread. The above is an example of the phenomena that has been reported in several areas of the world.




Folks, between the hums, the booms, the weather, upsurge in UFO reports with the hyper occurrence of specific types, ect ect over the last 15 years, its fair to say that something is up, conditions are now present that were not over the last several hundred years anyway.



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 10:12 AM
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You are very right.
There are anomolies present that weren't even 30 yrs ago.

Really does make you wonder if Lanza was affected by a 'hum' and if so what is it and why?

That could amswer a few things when it comes to the motive.
If we could just get answers.



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 07:50 PM
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just check the HUM threads here or my profile posts and you will see it started to affect me some years ago.
I'm in the UK and it is TORTURE! only hear it indoors, go outside nothing!

it could not be a more irritating frequency! and you "feel" it as well as hear it.

i have looked EVERYWHERE for the source but found nothing.

and the symptoms that it causes are very similar to M E, lethargic, poor concentration, extremely irritable, ballance affected to name a few.

no doubt in my mind The Government Know what the cause is but are not saying


only affects a small % and the age is usually around 35-40+ years old IF you become a sufferer.
I fully sympathise with those that suffer as it's a nightmare.




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