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 the forest, the Hum is so loud at night that it was becoming a genuine irritant unless I masked it with the bathroom fan. As soon as the boxes are unpacked and we feel organized, I’ll move the Hum Box to this location and then begin testing it, as well as sourcing out the technology needed to test whether the unit actually provides full blockage against VLF radio waves. Stay tuned.
The Hum is Very Loud in a Quiet Forest
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