No, I’m not talking about extraterrestrial life. I’m referring to the solution to the source(s) of the Worldwide Hum.
We are alone in solving this scientific mystery. Even though there has been media coverage (as an example, Al Jazeera is about to publish a brief but comprehensive and close-up documentary with me in my home in BC, Canada), fundraising is not covering the full cost of getting to the bottom of what we experience. Those experiences, documented in detail on the World Hum Map and Database (www.thehum.info), point toward a crucial conclusion: we are all experiencing the same thing.
Private scientific laboratories – and, tragically, university labs – will not pick up this challenge because there is no financial incentive to do so. Transnational corporations and pseudo-government/military groups – from GE to Monsanto, have a strong physical presence in the academic world, from MIT to your local college. They are not interested in research that does not service corporate goals. The reason why such university-corporate relationships need to exist at all is because the universities themselves have been scandalously underfunded. They therefore need such corporate relationships for survival and to maintain relevancy. Any prospective university president must bring an impressive record of fundraising to the table. And they need to raise tuition fees as well. Therefore today’s university graduates are saddled with breathtaking levels of student debt, which forces them back into the type of work that precludes them from spending their careers helping people in ways that do not generate a lot of profit.
So we will do it ourselves.
I write this in particular to the people who hear the Worldwide Hum but have not come forward yet, but also to those who have become interested but not yet involved. We are only responsible for what we do and what we can do. There is no abstract entity that solves these problems; it’s people like you and me who are in a position to do something about it. I’ve written a number of times on this blog about specific steps that you can take to help bring a solution to the suffering of vast numbers of people worldwide.
You can act today.