Would it be possible to plot the locations of loud Hum on a daily basis to see how it "moves around" the world to see if it has any sort of pattern to it? For example, in the post i put up the day i said i had noticed that when it's bad in America it isn't bad in England, and vice versa, but America is a big place, it would be interesting to know if people in Western America hear it first and it "moves" across the States to Eastern America, then across to England, like a "Ripple Effect" on a weekly or monthly basis, or if it is the other way around, which would only be possible to determine by plotting daily Loud Hum Locations and being able to move the map in such a way as to be able to click backwards and forwards between days like the Astronomers do when they are trying to determine if something on their star maps is moving.
Hope i explained this in a way that you understand.
--- In email@example.com, Glen MacPherson <glen.macpherson@...> wrote:
> Hi Everybody.
> I am very pleased, if not excited, to report that a professional-level
> Google Earth/Google Maps API programmer and hearer has joined our
> efforts to bring the Hum Map and Database to the next level.
> I need your wish list. My own thoughts are that we need a sophisticated
> search engine that will be able to tell you, for example, "Give me a
> list of female left-handed Hum hearers who live within 10 miles of high
> voltage power lines", and that sort of thing.
> Think of any type of thing you wished you could do with the map or the
> database to aid in your research and let me know, and will be make some
> decisions on what direction things will take.
> P.S. I've waited for a month or so to report on a classic
> characteristic: the Hum in my area seems to have greatly diminished to
> the point where some evenings I cannot sense it. Tonight I am going to
> drive down to my former residence near Sechelt (I live in Gibsons now),
> park in a quiet car, and listen. If I hear nothing, then a quick drive
> up into the lower slopes of Mount Elphinstone will be in order. I'll let
> you know what I find out. I am as motivated as ever to locate the source
> of it.