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Why spend $60,000 on this phenomenon when the researchers could've seen an episode of "Joe Rogen Questions Everything" to find out the source of the hum. One way to stop the hum is an environmental cleanup of Zug Island. If not, Ford, the State of Michigan, and the U.S. could be sued in U.S. Federal Court and on International Court in the Hague by the Canadian Gov't. on environmental negligence.
originally posted by: MALBOSIA
I am in the west so I have not heard this noise at all nor do I know if this is related to "the hum heard around the world" but Canadian scientists have zero'd this particular hum to and Island in Michigan but no answers so far from US officials.
My phone is having trouble with the quoting tools so please bare with me. The following is from the linked article.
The source of the mysterious Windsor Hum in the southwestern Ontario city is on Zug Island — in River Rouge, Mich. — according to a federally funded report released today.
Watson said U.S. officials must now determine the precise location of the noise. Copies of the federal report have been given to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the mayor of River Rouge.
“We look forward to further discussions with them,” Watson said.
So is this an American inside joke? Why the tight lips?
Whether they describe it as non-stop truck idling or noisy washing machine, residents in west Windsor, LaSalle and downriver as far as Amherstburg are fired up over the infamous Windsor Hum which is again grating on their nerves at all hours of the day and night. “It’s just been crazy,” said Mike Provost, a retiree in the 3800 block of Hillcrest Boulevard. “My wife and I we can’t believe how bad it’s been. It’s affecting our health. You get more headaches, it can hurt your ears and you have a lack of sleep.” Provost tracks noise levels daily and his findings over the last several weeks, which he reports on Facebook, points to the Hum “being crazy.” He uses a 1 to 10 scoring system and recorded several instances of 10 plus under his noise tracking system.