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13784HUM_FORUM: Re: Difference in Hum at 11,700 feet

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  • Margaret
    Oct 5, 2011
      Hello Anne, nice to see a post from you. Electrosmog might fit. I've never before read anything like that on the forum, Mary. It could be very pertinent. Maggie

      --- In humforum@yahoogroups.com, "annereeder" <annereeder@...> wrote:
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      > Is a very interesting post, Margaret. I don't have an explanation, but one thought is, maybe at 11,700 ft. up, she may have got away from the electro smog below at that altitude, but could have something traveling with her that is still connecting her to it below.
      > Anne
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      > Wow. Fascinating. Scientific explanation anyone? Maggie
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      > --- In humforum@yahoogroups.com, "marykwart" <mkwart@> wrote:
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      > > I recently backpacked the Colorado Trail from Denver to Durango. I sometimes hear the hum and sometimes don't (didn't hear it around Buena Vista, Colorado). When I do hear it is always above my head and to the right, no matter how my orientation is-- (I only hear it at night or in the early morning when I am usually laying down). An interesting thing happened when I camped at 11,700 feet--the hum was no longer perceived to be above my head, but below it. That was the only change--often the hum is more persistent in wilderness than in cities. When I camped at Baldy Lake on the Colorado Trail in a rock cirque, the hum was continuous and loud.
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