17089RE: HUM_FORUM: Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: an Interesting observation
- May 1 8:04 AM
So some of are seeing it as increasing the last few days and some have reported it has stopped. Aagghh
Denver – drop in temps noted. Here in Bloomington, temps have risen about 30 degrees from what it has been the days before it got really loud.
This is what I mean by the hum seeming so random. My brain hurts thinking about it (and hearing it!)
Hum was very loud last night here in western Denver. I suspect a lot of natural gas being pumped around 50 degree temperature drop over the last few days.
On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Danyele <dcottrel@...> wrote:
Here in bloomington IN it has been the loudest we can remember since it first started. Since i mostly hear it at home where we are away from traffic its hard to pinpoint a time but we noticed it 4/28-still going strong at 11pm on 4/30. I give up on a reason. It is way to random and doesn't seem to correlate to anything -- at my wits end.
--- In email@example.com, "engineidler" <resuocs@...> wrote:
> last night was the quietest HUM for over a year, I contacted a member of this group and let them know this fact, they too had noticed a dramatic drop last night. I won't post the locations or it may ruin the results here, but we are 60 miles part,a major waterway between us, different grid, different gas lines, different cell towers , so did anyone else experince a near zero hum last night mon pm/tue am ? maybe post city/town only, lets see if our HUMs are related!
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