Science reporting in mainstream media is often exasperating in its errors and incorrect summaries. Yet again we see this theory that waves crashing against ocean shores are responsible for some mysterious “hum”. This theory doesn’t match with the data. Unless there was some short-acting major geological process that changed around 1960 or so in England and 1987 or so in the United States, then I don’t understand how the worldwide Hum has been solved. A few of the recent articles even referred to a “mysterious hum”, even though it was far below audible range!
One of the little-known quotes from Dr. David Deming’s seminal Hum journal article, is that perhaps the next significant Hum experiments not be widely broadcast, because of the lessons learned in Hueytown, Alabama, when the Hum disappeared just as powerful people and scientists descended upon the town. I’ve kept every aspect of this project fully open for now. But after I finish having the welding done on the Deming Box, I will conduct a few discreet experiments around the Lower Mainland of Vancouver, BC, Canada. I have a few volunteers ready to go. I will document the process, and give you the first anecdotal reports on whether the Hum is rooted in VLF radio waves.
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