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2013-07-26 03:56:53 PM
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2013-07-26 04:01:20 PM
The cases seem to have several factors in common: Generally, the Hum is only heard indoors, and it's louder at night than during the day. It's also more common in rural or suburban environments; reports of a hum are rare in urban areas, probably because of the steady background noise in crowded cities.

"Is it the air conditioning?"
"..........SHIAT!"
 
2013-07-26 04:02:03 PM
HAARP: the gift that keeps on giving
 
2013-07-26 04:07:29 PM
Well wait until it stops and you see just how ugly your neighbors really are.
 
2013-07-26 04:09:43 PM
That's what they WANT you to believe!
 
2013-07-26 04:12:07 PM
What I find funny is that these people are using fans and soft music to cover the sound. They're using background noise to hide background noise.
 
2013-07-26 04:14:40 PM

cgraves67: What I find funny is that these people are using fans and soft music to cover the sound. They're using background noise to hide background noise.


From what I've read, this is a low, regular 'thrum' not unlike that annoying pulse noise from Contact. Or the rest of the annoying dialogue from Contact. But I digress.
White noise of a higher frequency can distract the mind from focusing on the lower pulses and soon everything fades into a grey audio background.
 
2013-07-26 04:19:36 PM
This is ridiculous. Sometimes I sleep to the Enterprise-D's engine noise, it's mostly just white noise. That's when the auditory hallucinations begin. Just the other night I was listening to it and got annoyed that I clearly left CNN on in the other room; I laid there and listened to them for awhile and then it got annoying enough so I got of out bed to turn off the TV and then as I got up I realized everything was off. So I went back to bed and it turned into Prince's greatest hits. Then I wondered if maybe I checked the laptop. Yeah, that was off too; it was vivid and perfect and fun to listen to, but it sure as hell wasn't real.

This isn't like you're hearing the songs or TV in your head, you can sit there and listen to it just like anything else. But it's all in your skull. People have got to quit trusting their senses so much.
 
2013-07-26 04:21:17 PM
So, it affects folks in the 55-70 age group? Has anyone checked their hearing aid batteries?
 
2013-07-26 04:25:39 PM

Confabulat: This is ridiculous. Sometimes I sleep to the Enterprise-D's engine noise, it's mostly just white noise. That's when the auditory hallucinations begin. Just the other night I was listening to it and got annoyed that I clearly left CNN on in the other room; I laid there and listened to them for awhile and then it got annoying enough so I got of out bed to turn off the TV and then as I got up I realized everything was off. So I went back to bed and it turned into Prince's greatest hits. Then I wondered if maybe I checked the laptop. Yeah, that was off too; it was vivid and perfect and fun to listen to, but it sure as hell wasn't real.


Stop doing meth.
 
2013-07-26 04:26:29 PM
Sorry, folks, just a beginner, practicing on his Bagpipes.
 
2013-07-26 04:26:40 PM
But speaking of mysterious noises: at my old apartment, always in the middle of the night, my computer speakers would occasionally emit some sort of shrieky-beepy-buzzy noise that sounded like the radioactive ghosts of dead cosmonauts were trying to scream directly into my soul.

/Yeah yeah, cellphone interference. Still only ever happened in the middle of the night.
 
2013-07-26 04:27:02 PM

Ishkur: Stop doing meth.


Dude, stone cold sober. Then again years of abuse might make my brain a bit more susceptible, but at least I'm aware of it, unlike these poor sods who think they have a recorder and camera in their skulls.
 
2013-07-26 04:31:30 PM
It's the constant screaming that really gets to me.
 
2013-07-26 04:33:22 PM

Confabulat: This is ridiculous. Sometimes I sleep to the Enterprise-D's engine noise, it's mostly just white noise. That's when the auditory hallucinations begin. Just the other night I was listening to it and got annoyed that I clearly left CNN on in the other room; I laid there and listened to them for awhile and then it got annoying enough so I got of out bed to turn off the TV and then as I got up I realized everything was off. So I went back to bed and it turned into Prince's greatest hits. Then I wondered if maybe I checked the laptop. Yeah, that was off too; it was vivid and perfect and fun to listen to, but it sure as hell wasn't real.

This isn't like you're hearing the songs or TV in your head, you can sit there and listen to it just like anything else. But it's all in your skull. People have got to quit trusting their senses so much.


That's not really the same thing.
 
2013-07-26 04:36:20 PM
I think I saw Hum open for the Toadies in Peoria back in 94 or 95. Good show, I think Brutal Juice was also on the bill.
 
2013-07-26 04:39:00 PM
www.panelsonpages.com
 
2013-07-26 04:41:09 PM
Sorry, it's my fault, I'm getting Shpongled listening to their new album

www.theuntz.com
 
2013-07-26 04:41:43 PM
i.imgur.com
Who doesn't enjoy a nice 60Hz hum?
 
2013-07-26 05:06:43 PM
I couldnt say where she's coming from,
But I just met a lady named dinah-moe humm

She stroll on over, say look here, bum,
I got a forty dollar bill say you can't make me cum
 
2013-07-26 05:13:52 PM
Government mind control, the vibrations affect the amygdalae and produces a low level fear response in all exposed subjects. This low level of general anxiety makes people more conservative in their behavior and less risk-tolerent than controls. The effect, of course, is magnified by exposure to fluoride.
 
2013-07-26 05:18:38 PM

picturescrazy: That's not really the same thing.


Sure it is. People hear nothing in rural areas, but the brain doesn't like "nothing." So it invents some white noise for you to listen to, and then it confuses you and makes you think there are mysterious things going on in the area. The only area anything weird is going on is right between your ears.
 
2013-07-26 05:21:54 PM
It's obviously the rich and governments building secret underground cities to survive the planned nuclear holocaust.  You guys won't be laughing when you have to fight raiders for bottle caps soon.
 
2013-07-26 05:29:41 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: HAARP: the gift that keeps on giving


No, that's the Herp.
 
2013-07-26 05:37:39 PM
It's a something in the distance, and it's being distorted as the sound waves are refracted through the cooling air.
 
2013-07-26 05:55:00 PM
Not sure if relevant but during my teens I'd hear a ticking at night. Very regular, maybe two a second. Regardless of house, hotel, country. Sounded like it was coming from the wall above me but moving my bed in one house to another wall moved the noise.

Gone now, drove me mad.

Also my laptop charger emits an incredible high pitch whine, inaudible to old people, means I can't charge my computer at night. Like the ones you hear coming out of CRT TVs.
 
2013-07-26 06:10:22 PM
I'm sitting here listening to the fluorescent lighting, getting a kick...

Not really. I hate the shiatting wiring in this place.
 
2013-07-26 06:53:27 PM
Dinah-Moe?
 
2013-07-26 07:36:33 PM
Most of the people who hear the Hum (sometimes referred to as "hearers" or "hummers")

I am assuming people who describe themselves as 'hummers' don't know what that also means.

/No, I am not an army jeep 2.0 or a suburban fit with a plastic body kit.
 
2013-07-26 07:45:06 PM

Confabulat: People hear nothing in rural areas, but the brain doesn't like "nothing." So it invents some white noise for you to listen to


Actually, its the blood vessels in your ears. If things are completely still and absolutely quiet, you can hear your own blood flowing. It's virtually impossible to hear nothing at all.
 
2013-07-26 09:36:27 PM

dyhchong: Not sure if relevant but during my teens I'd hear a ticking at night. Very regular, maybe two a second. Regardless of house, hotel, country. Sounded like it was coming from the wall above me but moving my bed in one house to another wall moved the noise.

Gone now, drove me mad.

Also my laptop charger emits an incredible high pitch whine, inaudible to old people, means I can't charge my computer at night. Like the ones you hear coming out of CRT TVs.


I get annoyed when people leave certain things on at night because I have to get up and turn them off because I can hear the high pitched whine. Even worse was the old clock radio, my husband would turn the volume down to minimum instead of turning the alarm off; the problem was that minimum wasn't silence, it was the lowest level of sound possible so I would hear very faint music and talking that he couldn't hear at all.
 
2013-07-26 10:06:37 PM
Hmm. I favor it being low-level microwave radiation, like from a WAP. Nothing dangerous, per se, but it might mess with your dreams.
 
2013-07-26 10:06:45 PM

Confabulat: picturescrazy: That's not really the same thing.

Sure it is. People hear nothing in rural areas, but the brain doesn't like "nothing." So it invents some white noise for you to listen to, and then it confuses you and makes you think there are mysterious things going on in the area. The only area anything weird is going on is right between your ears.


I'm not real.
 
2013-07-26 10:10:02 PM
It isn't haarp. It's something far more sinister. You know about the disappearance of the bees? Lets just say they aren't really disappearing.
 
2013-07-26 10:18:29 PM
Yeah, we had a hum... We inky heard it indoors, and it was intermittent. You could only hear it for a short time, and my kids and brother in law never heard bit.

Rather than my wife and I make fools of ourselves on the news, I sat and thought about it, and tried to figure out what it was. I finally figured out that it was the gas meter, not sure why it made noise, but that was it.

I bet people in Taos have natural gas available.
 
2013-07-26 10:19:10 PM

jayhawk88: The cases seem to have several factors in common: Generally, the Hum is only heard indoors, and it's louder at night than during the day. It's also more common in rural or suburban environments; reports of a hum are rare in urban areas, probably because of the steady background noise in crowded cities.

"Is it the air conditioning?"
"..........SHIAT!"


It's the electricity in the wiring or on it having no release since all the electronic thingamajigs are turned off or powered down. Or it is the electricity in the nerves of the human body. Or it could be both. We have had several generations since electricity was discovered/rediscovered. Evolution starts at some point.
 
2013-07-26 10:32:02 PM

Confabulat: picturescrazy: That's not really the same thing.

Sure it is. People hear nothing in rural areas, but the brain doesn't like "nothing." So it invents some white noise for you to listen to, and then it confuses you and makes you think there are mysterious things going on in the area. The only area anything weird is going on is right between your ears.


"The brain doesn't like nothing so it invents." What if everything not solid like a tree is just shiat invented by our brains. What if light is completely made up? Society? History? Science?
 
2013-07-26 10:35:08 PM

Arthur Jumbles: Government mind control, the vibrations affect the amygdalae and produces a low level fear response in all exposed subjects. This low level of general anxiety makes people more conservative in their behavior and less risk-tolerent than controls. The effect, of course, is magnified by exposure to fluoride.


And those that practice meditation; observing their own thoughts every day are least susceptible because they will know the difference.
 
2013-07-26 10:46:49 PM

dyhchong: Not sure if relevant but during my teens I'd hear a ticking at night. Very regular, maybe two a second. Regardless of house, hotel, country. Sounded like it was coming from the wall above me but moving my bed in one house to another wall moved the noise.


I'm gonna guess that was your alarm clock.
 
2013-07-26 11:55:44 PM
Was I the only one to hear a high frequency sound with fans going as well? It said low pitch, I was expecting a low frequency hummmmmm.  Instead, I hear a noise like an old CRT TV is starting to fail
 
2013-07-27 01:22:23 AM

bestsportnascar: Was I the only one to hear a high frequency sound with fans going as well? It said low pitch, I was expecting a low frequency hummmmmm.  Instead, I hear a noise like an old CRT TV is starting to fail


I hear it as a high pitched whine with occasional low bursts. Really glad I don't hear that on a regular basis, I'd be chewing wallpaper.
 
2013-07-27 03:27:32 AM

Ishkur: Confabulat: People hear nothing in rural areas, but the brain doesn't like "nothing." So it invents some white noise for you to listen to

Actually, its the blood vessels in your ears. If things are completely still and absolutely quiet, you can hear your own blood flowing. It's virtually impossible to hear nothing at all.


The worst is actual tinnitus. I'd rather listen to something low, like the Hum or the Enterprise-D engines listed above, then the high pitched constant ringing in my ears. I actually need a low pitched fan to get the noise to flatten out into a noise my brain can ignore.
 
2013-07-27 05:11:44 AM

Confabulat: This is ridiculous. Sometimes I sleep to the Enterprise-D's engine noise, it's mostly just white noise. That's when the auditory hallucinations begin. Just the other night I was listening to it and got annoyed that I clearly left CNN on in the other room; I laid there and listened to them for awhile and then it got annoying enough so I got of out bed to turn off the TV and then as I got up I realized everything was off. So I went back to bed and it turned into Prince's greatest hits. Then I wondered if maybe I checked the laptop. Yeah, that was off too; it was vivid and perfect and fun to listen to, but it sure as hell wasn't real.

This isn't like you're hearing the songs or TV in your head, you can sit there and listen to it just like anything else. But it's all in your skull. People have got to quit trusting their senses so much.


CNN, huh? Yeah that certainly can be annoying.

www.mediabistro.com
 
2013-07-27 10:09:07 AM
Buy alcoa stock, Art Bell might be coming back.

http://artbell.com/
 
2013-07-27 04:45:54 PM
I know some crazy crystal-chi plug shiat in to your outlets to eliminate electrical pollution guy that has a home in Taos... does it just attract those sorts of crazies?
 
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