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Yes, humans, under special circumstances, can hear radio-frequency pulses in the range of 2.4MHz to 10GHz (corresponding to radio frequencies and microwave) as buzzes, clocks, hiss or knocking at apparent auditory frequencies of 5kHz and higher (very high-pitched).
TextRF hearing was first reported in the 1940s by people working with radar, but reports were dismissed as illusions or hallucinations. The phenomenon was investigated scientifically by Frey in 1961, who concluded that RF hearing is a real thing. It can be stopped, for example, by placing a piece of aluminum between the RF source and the ear.
Scientists discovered that the otoacoustic echo response disappears when a person is taking large doses of aspirin, quinine, or psychoactive drugs. Aspirin, in fact, is known to cause temporary hearing loss. According to Dr. Long, people possessing "perfect pitch," the ability to sing or whistle a specified note without first hearing it on a pitch pipe or tuning fork, lose some of this ability when taking certain drugs.
You can hear it only with a special Mic. They are higher frequency. No earnings at all ever. Believe me none of you want this condition. I was told by a specialist that there is no known cure for "Broadcasting Ears". I can say this the left ear broadcasts differently than the right.
originally posted by: Nothin
a reply to: ChesterJohn
What kinds of sounds, or frequencies : are your ears broadcasting ?
Can others hear the broadcasts ?
Do you have multiple earrings on each ear, to turn them into broadcasting antennas ?
If the music, or comedy is good enough : perhaps a few subscribers could bring-in some cash ?