Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: Hum levels 6th July 2011
- It wonder if those who have played, or somehow been around instruments have a propencity to the hum. Even thou I am not good played instruments sax, organ, piano (now the daughters) off and on since elem school. Quite a few musical ear types???
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On Jul 10, 2011, at 2:59 AM, "Margaret" <coatesmargaret@...> wrote:
Hi Jay, I was looking for another website on my old computer and found the original address for the piano frequency chart. It still works. Here it is:Maggie OzFinally, Maggie, I tried going to> www.vibrationata.com
> > without success, but did come across a www.vibration.org which is (at
> least to
> > me) a strange site.Â Perhaps one of the forum's acoustic gurus
> might find the
> > site worthwhile.
> > Jay
> > Â
> > ________________________________
> > From: jherrbachlowe jherrbachlowe@
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Fri, July 8, 2011 6:57:39 AM
> > Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: Hum levels 6th July 2011
> > Â
> > Hello all, and especially Maggie and Jay -
> > I live in St. Louis MO and have been a member of this forum since
> 2005. When I
> > discovered this group, I was hearing the hum very loudly and
> intrusively. At
> > first I too thought it was a diesel engine and toured the neighborhood
> to see if
> > I could find a truck or a factory or electrical power station from
> which it
> > emanated. Of course, no luck. My husband did not hear it, nor anyone
> else to
> > whom I spoke.
> > I too found the hum to have a musical tone, and matched it to the
> lowest F on my
> > piano - 42 hz, although it sometimes seemed an octave lower than that.
> The pitch
> > also varied, sometimes to E flat and sometimes to F sharp. These tones
> are in
> > the ELF range.
> > I read a great deal on this forum and elsewhere, and came to think
> that I was
> > hearing ELF military transmissions. There are a variety of military
> > installations and contractors here, including Boeing. See Wikipedia,
> re military
> > communications:
> > In 2008 I moved to a house located at the top of a hill, not in a
> valley as
> > before. St. Louis is built on limestone bluffs and known for its
> caves. (Caves,
> > of course, are natural resonating chambers.) Its elevation is
> generally given as
> > 465 ft above sea level, but can vary from 0 to 900 ft.
> > At the new house, I did not hear the hum as loudly, and over time, it
> has mostly
> > disappeared. I do not know what accounts for that, but it might relate
> > changes in the Afghanistan war or location of submarines.
> > So, I thought I'd throw my experience into the mix. Maybe it will help
> > explain your experience of the hum. Good luck!
> > Judi in St. Louis
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Margaret" coatesmargaret@ wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Jay, it was in between E and E flat and I couldn't tell if it was
> the 1st or
> > >2nd octave. The free chart on www.vibrationata.com gave F1 a
> frequency of 41.200
> > >and D# (E flat) a frequency of 38.891 hz. That table isn't there any
> > >Wikipedia currently gives a slightly different Hz value for those
> > >
> > >
> > > See message 10978 and around there for more discussion. Hope that
> answers your
> > >question. Maggie Australia
> > >
> > >
- Did prox checks for the gas line locations- Blue Ridge, McCaysville and blairsville are 30 to 60 miles from lines. Others in TN and GA are closer from right on in Dalton to 10 miles SE for Ocoee. So, if the HUM is the same as the majority reproted, then geology would have to play a role in transmitting the sound waves via faults, rifts, etc like the hypothesis for TAOS. Needs expertise.
--- In email@example.com, Pictoblu <pictoblu@...> wrote:
> Was in North GA this week: Dalton, Elijay, Blue Ridge, Blairsville, McKaysville, and then on into TN: Copperhill, Ducktown, and Ocoee.
> The hum has been TERRIBLY LOUD all this week EVERYWHERE I went. All day and all night.
> And there you have it, from my perspective.
> Cheers, JR