I thought the mic.com article was overall quite good. I must note that if the VLF radio theory is a consensus in the Hum community, then it is not a strong one. From what I can tell, few people are pursuing it. I think the simple acoustic low frequency sound explanation appeals to many hearers. Also note the possibility that VLF radio and pre-existing sub-audible low frequency sounds may be co-requisites. I also want to say that there may indeed be a small number of different types of hums. Until hard data is available, it is difficult to reject hypotheses.
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If any of you live near the DC area, please get in touch with Emily Dufton at email@example.com. She is putting together a piece on the…
Gareth Furby, from BBC TV News London, would like to hear from any Hum Hearers in the London area. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest upload is complete and things are looking good. I’m scanning for any obvious problems. If you notice anything askew, or if you use…
It’s the raw live data feed of everything ever entered into the World Hum Database: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yKop08_qF7f0c8qFJUZnLGpl1pATnmawJk_k0U7rsbA/edit?usp=sharing Notice I didn’t include the word “Map” with that. Roughly…