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This is interesting: look at this graph of the year when people first heard the Hum

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6 Comments

  1. Melissa Padgett says:

    Wow. I’m right in there at 2013. What do you make of the data? I’m not sure if this could be a factor: is it possible that (assuming 2015 continues the upward trend) people who are more apt to search online for an answer, as well as report their experience with the Hum on this database, have been steadily increasing in recent years?

  2. George G. says:

    Indeed an interesting graph. I only wish it could be a few decades longer, and perhaps it will be if this project continues to run a good length of time (and I do hope it does, for the sake of science)

    I feel you are about to generate volumes of theories with this tiny bit of data; my two-bob contribution already identifies a rough sine wave between solar cycles 23 and 24. And I am conservative.

    I eagerly await to see what else others come up with.

    Cheers,

    G.

  3. stringpickin says:

    Why does the graph only go back so far.. I heard it first in approximately 1988

  4. Maria Antonietta Cossta says:

    I agree too. I am a 70 old woman and I began hearing this “engine sound” that no one else could hear, approximately 1988. Please take a note: at that time I was living in the village of San Pedro de Atacama, in the desert north of Chile. When I came to live in Antofagasta (still in north Chile) I hoped never hear the hum, but here it is still present and every time more and more loud. At first, I didn´t hear it sometimes, when I was distracted by my work but now. the noise distract me from my work. It´s really VERY annoying.

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