Re: Recording the Hum
- View SourceHi, All,
Please have a look at these videos, these are simple recordings of the Hum with a digital camera, but the Hum can still be heard.
Please note the high frequency oscillations sound (apart from the low hum), a typical noise background on camera(not only mine), everywhere the Hum is present. There are visible electromagnetic interferences manifesting as blue/purple lights on the screen.
The Hum is very intense these days/nights, with unbearable vibrations felt as electric pulses in the body, it coincides with the Full Moon and the cloudy cold weather. Also, the overall level of ILFN is being increased, as the trains (note these are on live tracks) which I ususlly don't hear at home, are heard when passing under the bridge as a strong reverberating rumble.
--- In email@example.com, "veiled.mystery" <veiled.mystery@...> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I know that this subject has been mentioned on here before, but can anyone tell me what equipment i would need to be able to record this Hum and how expensive it would be? (I know there are other posts on here that answer this question but i don't remember how long ago they were posted and i don't have the time or energy right now to trawl through all the older posts to find them).
> I have been trying to educate my son as to what i am experiencing here, but he refuses to believe that this is real without real tangible proof which i don't have, i tried showing him the part of that TV show that i mentioned a couple of posts back, but he refused to even watch it, without irrefutable proof of what i am hearing he will continue to believe that it's "all in my head", his arguments being:
> 1) If it is real why doesn't everyone hear it?
> 2) Why is it mostly heard by people over 50 who's hearing range is diminishing due to the natural aging process?
> I can't answer these questions, i don't think anybody knows the answer to those two questions yet, (if anybody does know please enlighten me), so my only other option is to try and get hold of the equipment i would need to record it so that i can prove once and for all that i am not crazy.