A few people have wondered out loud why I have not dealt with HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program). The short answer is that I can see no connection at all between it and the Hum. The timeline is all wrong, among other problems. (Ironically, HAARP does provide a minor piece of indirect supporting evidence regarding geomagnetic conjugates for my own theory about the Hum). Conflating HAARP with the Hum is unfortunate in my view, because too much writing about HAARP drifts off into wild conspiracy, or is grounded in very shaky science. That doesn’t mean that we should ignore HAARP or the potential dangers it poses; it just means that unless I’m presented with some actual evidence, or a convincing argument, I’ll leave the HAARP question to those who want to pursue it.
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The upload went well. I spent some time looking over the world locations, trying to find or see any unusual patterns. As an example, I…
If any of you live near the DC area, please get in touch with Emily Dufton at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com.
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…