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RE: HUM_FORUM: Just something I noticed recently

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  • Lesley
    When I say they can hear my Hum, I suppose I mean they can hear A Hum!  There was a definite movement on the screen in tandem with what I was hearing that
    Message 1 of 34 , Aug 1, 2009
      When I say they can hear my Hum, I suppose I mean they can hear A Hum!  There was a definite movement on the screen in tandem with what I was hearing that night,over and above the random flicker on the screen.

      --- On Sat, 1/8/09, Geoff Wood <geoff@...> wrote:

      From: Geoff Wood <geoff@...>
      Subject: RE: HUM_FORUM: Just something I noticed recently
      To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Saturday, 1 August, 2009, 1:59 AM


      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: humforum@yahoogroup s.com [mailto:humforum@yahoogroup s.com] On
      > I don't often post here, but I have been hearing the Hum constantly for
      > almost a year now, August 2009 will be my one year anniversary. The
      > hum has continued unabated throughout this time. I live in Scotland.
      > One night, I noticed that the Hum had a particularly pulsating throb,
      > and, just coincidentally, I had been watching a video on the VCR, and
      > it was on "pause", and the usual lines were showing on the screen. I
      > noticed that the lines jumped in tandem with what I was hearing. I
      > wished that the member of staff from Environmental Health Services had
      > been there to see that....the member of staff that keeps suggesting
      > that I may have tinnitus despite there being another two people in
      > neighbouring houses that can hear my Hum.....

      "My Hum" - can they - same frequency ? Is theirs' also locked to your VCR
      pause interference pattern ?

      Although the frame-rate of your TV may well be 25Hz (half of 50Hz), the
      flicker pattern on pause is likely to relate to the pause-artefacts on a
      random basis per VCR model.

      My Hum sometimes pulses with my heartbeat.


    • Donna Few
      Hi Mark et al, I have also considered, based upon personal experiences, that EMF can cause agitation, angry outburst and violence.  What are your premises and
      Message 34 of 34 , Sep 2, 2009
        Hi Mark et al,

        I have also considered, based upon personal experiences, that EMF can cause agitation, angry outburst and violence.  What are your premises and findings so far, in brief if you don't mind sharing.


        --- On Thu, 8/13/09, Mark Jordan <zorbasci@...> wrote:

        From: Mark Jordan <zorbasci@...>
        Subject: HUM_FORUM: HUM_FORUM:Re: HUM_FORUM: Just something I noticed recently/microwave techs
        To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Thursday, August 13, 2009, 11:10 PM

        Hi Jim and all,
        It happens that I am a microwave technician. Over the years, I have followed the literature on microwave exposure to radar technicians and to domestic use of microwave ovens. Microwave radar technicians have been studied for many years. The only physical effect that was noted by technicians that worked at radar sites was a slight rise in body temperatures. Long term effects were not found and I suspect that many of these technicians lived long and healthy lives. However, a study a few years back associated an increase in cancers for women working in electrical related fields. Not men.
        As a microwave oven technician, I can tell you that the industry has monitored microwave radiation or rf energy for years and the only case that was ever brought to court involved a person with cataracs. The oven operated by that person had the door switches bypassed and the radiation probably caused the eye injuries. The case was settled out of court.
        The biggest danger from microwave ovens or even radars is the high magnetic fields created by the transformers. This is highly localized to within several feet of the unit. Transformers do cause a hum of sorts. It is one way that I can tell if a unit is cooking or not. By listening to the hum. However, the hum will only exist if the negative capacitor to diode dumping is occurring. In other words, simply powering up the transformer will not cause any humming. The negative leg has to be working also.
        I am working on the hypothesis that electromagnetic fields influence human behaviors and even result in domestic violence and domestic arguments. The problem is not easily solved without many thousands of events associated with specific electromagnetic conditions. Still it would only be a statistical relationship and the cause and effect would need to be isolated. The literature does not identify any possible cause and effect relationship to date.
        I can understand how it would be possible for radio frequency radiation to cause a humming sensation if the exposure conditions were right. However, I doubt that this would occur over large areas and not be noticed by the general population. That condition would however be repeatable at the specific location and others would hear it also. That would be something that I would study.
        Mark S. Jordan

        --- On Wed, 8/12/09, Donna Few <profitzzzz@...> wrote:

        From: Donna Few <profitzzzz@...>
        Subject: Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: HUM_FORUM: Just something I noticed recently
        To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2009, 11:33 PM


        Good comparison.  Thanks for expressing your understanding based upon your real experience.  It helps us cope.


        --- On Mon, 8/10/09, zaday <zaday@rocketmail. com> wrote:

        From: zaday <zaday@rocketmail. com>
        Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: HUM_FORUM: Just something I noticed recently
        To: humforum@yahoogroup s.com
        Date: Monday, August 10, 2009, 1:32 AM


        Find some people that work with Microwave Transmitting Antennas, ask
        them if they work in front of them while they are powered up. Working in
        the vicinity of Radio Equipment would not necessarily expose the
        employees to the same fields that could be expected elsewhere as part of
        a directed signal.  Although I am not saying that HAARP uses microwave
        signals, I am saying that since we do not know what HAARP is, we can't
        possibly know what it isn't. During these financially troubling times,
        it's hard to believe that governments would continue to fund HAARP
        projects unless more than a scientific curiosity is derived.

        As to bad effects on the human body, take a drop of water and splash it
        on your forehead. Nothing of note happens, perception of the water
        temperature, a feeling of the wetness. Now have someone tie you to the
        floor, and arrange for a drop of water to be deposited on your head 50
        times a minute. After an hour or perhaps hours, you will be driven mad.
        The perception of something that is not part of normal existence. Kind
        of like the HUM, isn't it? You don't even need anything so drastic.
        Stick a pot under the faucet in the kitchen, allow for a slow drip to
        strike the pot several times a minute, and put your bed next to it. Hope
        you sleep well.

        My wife and I remain HUM Free, we are astounded. Last year, the HUM was
        quite loud. In the city, inside the home, and in the country, inside and
        outside the home. Never unbearable, but to stand outside in the country,
        miles away from any town, on a dirt road with no farms or houses within
        site, we once again hear what one expects to hear, nothing but the
        birds, insects, and slight breeze. Last year, we heard the constant
        sound of a diesel engine. It was always the same, at one point in the
        country, at a point 10 miles away, and at a point 50 miles away. Now

        Beautiful sound of silence.

        The ability of a sound to exist for a year or more, only to disappear
        entirely, without so much as a vestige, a man made (non-local) source is
        quite convincing to us.


        --- In humforum@yahoogroup s.com, Zack Widup <w9sz.zack@.. .> wrote:
        > HAARP transmissions take place in the shortwave part of the spectrum.
        > are the frequencies that are least likely to have bad effects on the
        > body. I don't believe any of the people working there take any special
        > precuations and no one has suffered any ill effects there yet.
        > Zack

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