dugitman: I've known about this for under 5 minutes, and I'm going to guess this is somehow related.Can I have some of that study money for pointing you in the right direction?
Bit'O'Gristle: I live in a very small town, that a RR runs through, and when the train is way off, but heading to the town, the rails set up with odd harmonics, that you can feel and hear. I wasn't sure what they were until a townie told me. It was very unsettling at first.
Foundling: I thought that this had already been explained as the Auroras, and it is relatively common in northern latitudes. I heard it in Ohio (100 miles south) when I was little.Last year I had a boyfriend that wouldn't accept that answer, nor would he shut up about it, so I left.
slackananda: Tenga: Somebody mention a hum?Yes, but I couldn't say where she was coming from....
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