The frequency of the Hum
The Places wher this Hum is often heard
The Taos Hum .....Is truly the voice of Earth or is it the warning for upcoming something???
The most famous of all the hums is the Taos Hum.The Taos Hum is a faint, low-frequency humming noise heard in and near the town of Taos, New Mexico. Not only is the hum's source a mystery, but its peculiar qualities are as well: only about 2 percent of Taos residents - about 1,400 people - can hear it. The low hum - between 30 and 80 Hz on the frequency scale - has been described by hearers as sounding like a diesel engine idling in the distance or having a slow beat-note sound. Some people perceive it as being louder indoors than outdoors. More mysterious still, some hearers who are bothered by the sound have tried earplugs and other acoustic quieting devices to block it out - to no effect. Investigations by scientists, have failed to find a source or even a plausible explanation for the phenomenon.
Taos isn't the only town afflicted with an annoying hum. According to The Taos Hum Homepage, "Nearly every state in the U.S. has at least one 'hum hearer' report, including Alaska and Hawaii. The largest number of reports come from the southwestern U.S., the Pacific Northwest, and southeastern states. Worldwide, the hum has caused such problems in the U.K. and Sweden that hum-hearer support groups have formed there. There are hum-hearer reports from Italy and from Mexico."The Bristol Hum is the most widely reported hum in the U.K. Some of the features of the Bristol Hum are: * Sounds like an idling diesel engine. * Most "hummers" are over the age of 50 * At least one partially deaf person hears the hum without using a hearing aid * "Hearing" of radar signals can be ruled out, since aluminum foil enclosures do not attenuate the Hum. * If a signal generator and loudspeaker is used, a zero beat can be heard around 100Hz * Steel enclosures (such as cars, vehicles, some buildings) slightly attenuate the perceived hum, but only if greater than 1/8" wall thickness. * J. Hall of Bristol UK committed suicide in 10/96 after having been driven crazy by the hum. * The Hum can be detected and recorded using coil detectors.So what do it implies something really dreadful?

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