The title of this post may read something like a koan, but in any case, after a relatively quiet couple of years, I’m hearing the Hum again in a very loud way. I’ve moved to a home in a relatively isolated forest and ocean inlet setting, and because of the quiet provided by being in… Read More The Hum is Very Loud in a Quiet Forest
After the BBC4 interview in Winnipeg, I went off the grid on a small and fairly isolated island in the region of Kenora, Ontario, in the Lake of the Woods, a massive lake that spans the Canada-United States border. I’m back home now. The Hum was very loud – much louder than in my home… Read More What I Heard off the Grid
Apart from a BBC interview on July 20th, I’m going off the grid for a few weeks in central Canada. When I get back and begin sorting through dozens of emails, it would be great if somebody will have sourced out for me two, highly sensitive low frequency/infrasound microphones to do beamforming with my Zoom… Read More Just before I go off the grid for a few weeks…
I must give credit where it is due, particularly in light of my previous criticisms of Yahoo Science. Rob Waugh did a solid piece on the Worldwide Hum. The only major outlet left which doesn’t get it is Wikipedia, whose article on the Hum is a disaster. A few anonymous folks on that site are… Read More Yahoo (UK) Gets it Right
Thanks, Micah, for finding eight bad Hum Map points, which have now been corrected and/or deleted. The validity of the Map has been increased.
This took far too long to do, but it’s done. If you go to the main page at http://www.thehum.info you can see the new link to the Chinese form. Feel free to share that link.