Re: Canada hum update
Sorry to hear the Hum is still affecting you when you are up in Canoe
Country. I know it really angered me when I first encountered it there!
Since I last posted here, I have been up in the Andes in Peru, and down
at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Nothing bothersome at either
location. I head to the North Atlantic and Greenland in a few days, so
I will see what I find there. I think I did detect it one day in the
Grand Canyon, but there is quite a bit of white noise from the river,
so it was hard to tell.
Over the last year or so, the Hum as mostly gone away for me. I have
concluded that my own condition is otogenic and I no longer focus on it.
My autumn allergies have gone away too. Not sure why. Maybe getting
older really does mean getting better.
That said, I know there are people out there being plagued by low
frequency noise from a variety of sources. Hopefully the problem will
go away for everyone soon.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Arne" <stonehollowmn@...> wrote:
> Heard (my) hum every day and night during my annual trip to Quetico
> Provincial Park, including the pre-trip overnight at Fall Lake
> (where there is power and cell coverage). 6 miles on Moose Lake,
> border at Prairie Portage, then no roads, no power plants, no
> transmission lines, no towers. Ranged 20-50 miles from Ely, MN. Cell
> phones do NOT get service (at least the one we carried). 70-80 Hz hum
> usual, earplugs don't help, easily masked by paddle noise, always to
> Central MN USA