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  • WD8ARZ
    Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago. Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now. Some times traveled through
    Message 1 of 24 , Jun 20, 2014
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      Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.


      Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.


      Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
      so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
      symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
      weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
      down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.


      For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
      my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
      there is some ear pressure being felt.


      Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
      when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
      condition.


      As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
      hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
      this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
      .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.


      Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
      intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
      come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
      frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
      some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
      Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
      TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.


      As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
      have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
      Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
      six years old.


      Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
      nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
      would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
      smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
      connected now.


      Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
      way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.


      Bill - WD8AZ
      South Bend, Indiana
    • Soozie
      Welcome Bill and 73 to you! ________________________________ From: WD8ARZ wd8arz@ix.netcom.com [humforum] To:
      Message 2 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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        Welcome Bill and 73 to you!


        From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
        To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 8:57 PM
        Subject: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

         
        Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

        Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

        Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
        so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
        symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
        weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
        down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

        For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
        my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
        there is some ear pressure being felt.

        Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
        when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
        condition.

        As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
        hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
        this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
        .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

        Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
        intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
        come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
        frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
        some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
        Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
        TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

        As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
        have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
        Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
        six years old.

        Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
        nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
        would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
        smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
        connected now.

        Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
        way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

        Bill - WD8AZ
        South Bend, Indiana



      • WD8ARZ
        Thank you Soozie ..... are you a radio amateur? Have submited the information below to the The World Hum Map and Database http://thehum.info/ 73 from Bill -
        Message 3 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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          Thank you Soozie ..... are you a radio amateur?

          Have submited the information below to the The World Hum Map and Database
          http://thehum.info/

          73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
          P.S: Do a Google of my ham call WD8ARZ to get a bit of a handle on who I am and my technical activities.

          Update this morning with hum event continuing
          -------------------------------------------------------------------
          Location of hum for last night reported event and now has not changed (see first report in previous email below and is basically the same day and night. North side of South Bend, Indiana USA one mile South of Michigan border.

          Sound description for last night and this morning is the same except a bit stronger this morning.

          Hum is steady at this time June 21 2014 6:30 a.m. EDT / 1030 UTC. About 150 Hertz. On a scale of 1-10 in strength, about a 3. When I became aware of this round of the hum it was about a 2 last night around 7 p.m. EDT / 2300 UTC  Hum history has included louder events, slight wavy variation in strength, low change in harmonic content and rarely but some times as if there is a second tone not quiet the exact same frequency causing a mixing effect.

          The hum sound has always stopped so far to this point ... but it can last a month, several weeks, several days, or just a few hours. Like frequent headaches, there is change ..... as the exposure lasts the brain does its compensation adjustments and at low levels might not be noticed until one thinks about the hum for some reason or it makes a change.

          Most of the time it is a 'steady' hum but is more than a simple tone. Might have a modulation of the tone as if on a carrier possibly with harmonics.
          Tone doesnt matter where I am located, in a home, building, car outside etc etc .  My first hum event was about 35 years ago, and I am a male 66 years old now. Hum doesnt change with my location and makes it imposable to get a directional bearing.

          Home here does have a smart meter, but only for the last couple of years. Hum has existed at many locations and States, so has no bearing on weither a smart meter is near by or not.

          Have experienced this hum in many locations, such as from Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and south to Miami, Florida.

          Strongest hum events with the most harmonic content 'might' have an association with large earth quakes some where in the world at a distance. Weaker hums with closer earth quake events. Not a scientific connection, just a personal observation not verified. Earthquake apps on Android phone, media news sources etc .... due to so many earthquakes world wide all the time, this is a tough one. Some times hum profile is different and at those times, an earth quake event might also be different in some manner causing me to wonder about loose association. Every hum is not associated with an earth quake and visa versa. Might be totally separate energy phenomena but some times hum might be modulated with some effect of earths geology energy ... but not all the time.
          -------------------------------------------------------------------

          On 6/21/2014 3:40 AM, Soozie soozieqty1@... [humforum] wrote:
           
          Welcome Bill and 73 to you!


          From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
          To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 8:57 PM
          Subject: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

           
          Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

          Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

          Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
          so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
          symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
          weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
          down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

          For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
          my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
          there is some ear pressure being felt.

          Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
          when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
          condition.

          As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
          hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
          this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
          .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

          Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
          intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
          come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
          frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
          some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
          Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
          TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

          As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
          have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
          Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
          six years old.

          Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
          nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
          would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
          smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
          connected now.

          Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
          way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

          Bill - WD8AZ
          South Bend, Indiana




        • Soozie
          My husband is N9ODM Northwest, Indiana ________________________________ From: WD8ARZ wd8arz@ix.netcom.com [humforum] To:
          Message 4 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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            My husband is N9ODM Northwest, Indiana


            From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
            To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2014 6:15 AM
            Subject: Update - Re: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

             
            Thank you Soozie ..... are you a radio amateur?

            Have submited the information below to the The World Hum Map and Database
            http://thehum.info/

            73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
            P.S: Do a Google of my ham call WD8ARZ to get a bit of a handle on who I am and my technical activities.

            Update this morning with hum event continuing
            -------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location of hum for last night reported event and now has not changed (see first report in previous email below and is basically the same day and night. North side of South Bend, Indiana USA one mile South of Michigan border.

            Sound description for last night and this morning is the same except a bit stronger this morning.

            Hum is steady at this time June 21 2014 6:30 a.m. EDT / 1030 UTC. About 150 Hertz. On a scale of 1-10 in strength, about a 3. When I became aware of this round of the hum it was about a 2 last night around 7 p.m. EDT / 2300 UTC  Hum history has included louder events, slight wavy variation in strength, low change in harmonic content and rarely but some times as if there is a second tone not quiet the exact same frequency causing a mixing effect.

            The hum sound has always stopped so far to this point ... but it can last a month, several weeks, several days, or just a few hours. Like frequent headaches, there is change ..... as the exposure lasts the brain does its compensation adjustments and at low levels might not be noticed until one thinks about the hum for some reason or it makes a change.

            Most of the time it is a 'steady' hum but is more than a simple tone. Might have a modulation of the tone as if on a carrier possibly with harmonics.
            Tone doesnt matter where I am located, in a home, building, car outside etc etc .  My first hum event was about 35 years ago, and I am a male 66 years old now. Hum doesnt change with my location and makes it imposable to get a directional bearing.

            Home here does have a smart meter, but only for the last couple of years. Hum has existed at many locations and States, so has no bearing on weither a smart meter is near by or not.

            Have experienced this hum in many locations, such as from Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and south to Miami, Florida.

            Strongest hum events with the most harmonic content 'might' have an association with large earth quakes some where in the world at a distance. Weaker hums with closer earth quake events. Not a scientific connection, just a personal observation not verified. Earthquake apps on Android phone, media news sources etc .... due to so many earthquakes world wide all the time, this is a tough one. Some times hum profile is different and at those times, an earth quake event might also be different in some manner causing me to wonder about loose association. Every hum is not associated with an earth quake and visa versa. Might be totally separate energy phenomena but some times hum might be modulated with some effect of earths geology energy ... but not all the time.
            -------------------------------------------------------------------



            On 6/21/2014 3:40 AM, Soozie soozieqty1@... [humforum] wrote:
             
            Welcome Bill and 73 to you!


            From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
            To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 8:57 PM
            Subject: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

             
            Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

            Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

            Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
            so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
            symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
            weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
            down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

            For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
            my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
            there is some ear pressure being felt.

            Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
            when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
            condition.

            As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
            hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
            this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
            .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

            Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
            intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
            come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
            frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
            some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
            Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
            TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

            As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
            have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
            Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
            six years old.

            Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
            nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
            would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
            smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
            connected now.

            Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
            way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

            Bill - WD8AZ
            South Bend, Indiana






          • Pangaban1
            Hi all, read the Huffington Post link to mic.com indepth article on the hum posted two days ago. The article s about Glen, and Steve s in it too. Well done
            Message 5 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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              Hi all, read the Huffington Post link to mic.com indepth article on the hum posted two days ago. The article's about Glen, and Steve's in it too. Well done guys. Great stuff. Lisle



              -------- Original message --------
              From: "Soozie soozieqty1@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
              Date: 21/06/2014 13:55 (GMT+02:00)
              To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: Re: Update - Re: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review


               

              My husband is N9ODM Northwest, Indiana


              From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
              To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2014 6:15 AM
              Subject: Update - Re: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

               
              Thank you Soozie ..... are you a radio amateur?

              Have submited the information below to the The World Hum Map and Database
              http://thehum.info/

              73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
              P.S: Do a Google of my ham call WD8ARZ to get a bit of a handle on who I am and my technical activities.

              Update this morning with hum event continuing
              -------------------------------------------------------------------
              Location of hum for last night reported event and now has not changed (see first report in previous email below and is basically the same day and night. North side of South Bend, Indiana USA one mile South of Michigan border.

              Sound description for last night and this morning is the same except a bit stronger this morning.

              Hum is steady at this time June 21 2014 6:30 a.m. EDT / 1030 UTC. About 150 Hertz. On a scale of 1-10 in strength, about a 3. When I became aware of this round of the hum it was about a 2 last night around 7 p.m. EDT / 2300 UTC  Hum history has included louder events, slight wavy variation in strength, low change in harmonic content and rarely but some times as if there is a second tone not quiet the exact same frequency causing a mixing effect.

              The hum sound has always stopped so far to this point ... but it can last a month, several weeks, several days, or just a few hours. Like frequent headaches, there is change ..... as the exposure lasts the brain does its compensation adjustments and at low levels might not be noticed until one thinks about the hum for some reason or it makes a change.

              Most of the time it is a 'steady' hum but is more than a simple tone. Might have a modulation of the tone as if on a carrier possibly with harmonics.
              Tone doesnt matter where I am located, in a home, building, car outside etc etc .  My first hum event was about 35 years ago, and I am a male 66 years old now. Hum doesnt change with my location and makes it imposable to get a directional bearing.

              Home here does have a smart meter, but only for the last couple of years. Hum has existed at many locations and States, so has no bearing on weither a smart meter is near by or not.

              Have experienced this hum in many locations, such as from Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and south to Miami, Florida.

              Strongest hum events with the most harmonic content 'might' have an association with large earth quakes some where in the world at a distance. Weaker hums with closer earth quake events. Not a scientific connection, just a personal observation not verified. Earthquake apps on Android phone, media news sources etc .... due to so many earthquakes world wide all the time, this is a tough one. Some times hum profile is different and at those times, an earth quake event might also be different in some manner causing me to wonder about loose association. Every hum is not associated with an earth quake and visa versa. Might be totally separate energy phenomena but some times hum might be modulated with some effect of earths geology energy ... but not all the time.
              -------------------------------------------------------------------



              On 6/21/2014 3:40 AM, Soozie soozieqty1@... [humforum] wrote:
               
              Welcome Bill and 73 to you!


              From: "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
              To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 8:57 PM
              Subject: HUM_FORUM: Right Ear Hum Now - My Shortened Review

               
              Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

              Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

              Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
              so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
              symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
              weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
              down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

              For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
              my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
              there is some ear pressure being felt.

              Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
              when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
              condition.

              As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
              hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
              this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
              .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

              Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
              intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
              come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
              frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
              some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
              Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
              TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

              As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
              have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
              Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
              six years old.

              Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
              nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
              would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
              smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
              connected now.

              Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
              way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

              Bill - WD8AZ
              South Bend, Indiana






            • Copsne
              I believe my wife has sound induced vertigo for 2 good dame weeks. Kicked off in Pittsburg where the hotel we were in was vibrating floors and intense LF
              Message 6 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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                I believe my wife has sound induced vertigo for 2 good dame weeks. Kicked off in Pittsburg where the hotel we were in was vibrating floors and intense LF sound. Our hum???

                Sent from Steve's iPhone and I appologize for typo's and auto corrects

                On Jun 20, 2014, at 9:57 PM, "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                 

                Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

                Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

                Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
                so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
                symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
                weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
                down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

                For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
                my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
                there is some ear pressure being felt.

                Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
                when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
                condition.

                As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
                hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
                this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
                .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

                Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
                intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
                come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
                frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
                some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
                Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
                TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

                As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
                have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
                Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
                six years old.

                Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
                nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
                would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
                smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
                connected now.

                Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
                way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

                Bill - WD8AZ
                South Bend, Indiana

              • rosieocod210
                We travel to Pittsburgh every year to visit family there. In my opinion, Pittsburgh hum is very much like the hum here. (Northeast PA)
                Message 7 of 24 , Jun 21, 2014
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                  We travel to Pittsburgh every year to visit family there.  In my opinion, Pittsburgh hum is very much like the hum here. (Northeast PA)
                • WD8ARZ
                  After a rough night with a headache, I woke up at dawn and the head / right ear hum that has gotten louder with a slight wavy variation to the level since my
                  Message 8 of 24 , Jun 23, 2014
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                    After a rough night with a headache, I woke up at dawn and the head / right ear hum that has gotten louder with a slight wavy variation to the level since my first report.

                    Previous hum level at beginning on a scale of ten, was about a two. This morning it is at least a three and close to being a four.

                    Making this report today so the documentation for the history of this series of hums is documented and to see if any mother nature coming events are 'loosely' related .... some times this pattern for me only ends after an earthquake event ..... but there are so many all the time world wide, I cant assert that this is the cause .... might be some geological / geomagnetic association some how .... pressure on quarts in earths crust might be the electrical source that modulates some other energy source making the pattern complicated.

                    Like my headaches all are not exactly the same. Slight variations give each its on 'personality' variance ... same for my head hums.

                    Years ago a group of amateur radio operators met on a net to discuss enigma's and anomalies. Some were monitoring the earth's magnetic field, and noted a pattern. Not only are there up and down variations going on all the time as expected and is normal, the over all average some time shows a trend upwards or downwards over a period of time. Some times the climbing trend would only drop back to normal ranges after a major quake some where in the world.

                    Please note, I am not hung up on quakes. Just have noted a potential connection / association that may not exist, but my wife and I have noted a possibility that some times it appears that there is a link. But it needs scientific research and statistical tracking to evaluate. Above my pay grade .... grin.

                    Note to others that post messages to the group by replying to other messages that have a subject that is not what they then discuss and post. That is hijacking a thread and does a disservice to the original thread users, and mis-represents the new topic being started. Please change the subject description to fit your post. That will help search techniques find topics that in fact are in the message. Thank You!

                    Bill in South Bend, Indiana

                    On 6/20/2014 9:57 PM, WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum] wrote:
                     

                    Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

                    Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

                    Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
                    so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
                    symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
                    weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
                    down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

                    For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
                    my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
                    there is some ear pressure being felt.

                    Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
                    when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
                    condition.

                    As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
                    hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
                    this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
                    .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

                    Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
                    intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
                    come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
                    frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
                    some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
                    Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
                    TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

                    As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
                    have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
                    Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
                    six years old.

                    Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
                    nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
                    would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
                    smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
                    connected now.

                    Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
                    way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

                    Bill - WD8ARZ
                    South Bend, Indiana


                  • wfbarto
                    Hi Bill....that was a good post that you recently made. I too hear the hum only in my right ear which is very perplexing. I have noticed that many others on
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                      Hi Bill....that was a good post that you recently made.  I too hear the hum only in my right ear which is very perplexing.  I have noticed that many others on this forum (but certainly not all) are in the same boat with hearing the hum only in their right ears.  Nobody (that I know of) has ever addressed this phenomena, but I would love to hear any theories that might be out there!


                      I also agree with you that (the hum I hear) is a product of some kind of earth force whether it is plate tectonic movements and stresses or the actions of the magma and core that create and "earth frequency" that may be audible.  Have you ever tried researching the Schumann Resonance frequency?  Here is just one link of many off of a Google search that was found on Wikipedia:


                      Schumann resonances - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

                       

                      There is no doubt that we are living in a time when there is unprecedented volcanic and seismic activity on the earth.  This coupled with some of the scientific studies that indicate that the earth's magnetosphere is weakening and that the north and south poles are shifting from formerly held positions indicate to me that there is a transition happening on our planet that seems to be accelerating.


                      I also agree with you on the content of the threads....that is...that we try to stay on topic as much as possible as it greatly assists those that may want to search the forum in the future for specific content.


                      Thanks again for you post,

                      Wayne (East TN resident)

                    • Copsne
                      I agree change subject. At work I complain all the time when that happens. I wonder if the subject can be changed on the fly and not foul up the thread
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                        I agree change subject. At work I complain all the time when that happens.  I wonder if the subject can be changed on the fly and not foul up the thread message. 



                        Sent from Steve's iPhone and I appologize for typo's and auto corrects

                        On Jun 23, 2014, at 6:23 AM, "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                         

                        After a rough night with a headache, I woke up at dawn and the head / right ear hum that has gotten louder with a slight wavy variation to the level since my first report.

                        Previous hum level at beginning on a scale of ten, was about a two. This morning it is at least a three and close to being a four.

                        Making this report today so the documentation for the history of this series of hums is documented and to see if any mother nature coming events are 'loosely' related .... some times this pattern for me only ends after an earthquake event ..... but there are so many all the time world wide, I cant assert that this is the cause .... might be some geological / geomagnetic association some how .... pressure on quarts in earths crust might be the electrical source that modulates some other energy source making the pattern complicated.

                        Like my headaches all are not exactly the same. Slight variations give each its on 'personality' variance ... same for my head hums.

                        Years ago a group of amateur radio operators met on a net to discuss enigma's and anomalies. Some were monitoring the earth's magnetic field, and noted a pattern. Not only are there up and down variations going on all the time as expected and is normal, the over all average some time shows a trend upwards or downwards over a period of time. Some times the climbing trend would only drop back to normal ranges after a major quake some where in the world.

                        Please note, I am not hung up on quakes. Just have noted a potential connection / association that may not exist, but my wife and I have noted a possibility that some times it appears that there is a link. But it needs scientific research and statistical tracking to evaluate. Above my pay grade .... grin.

                        Note to others that post messages to the group by replying to other messages that have a subject that is not what they then discuss and post. That is hijacking a thread and does a disservice to the original thread users, and mis-represents the new topic being started. Please change the subject description to fit your post. That will help search techniques find topics that in fact are in the message. Thank You!

                        Bill in South Bend, Indiana

                        On 6/20/2014 9:57 PM, WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum] wrote:
                         

                        Right ear start up with a low level hum about ten minutes ago.

                        Have been experiencing hum for about thirty five years or so now.

                        Some times traveled through multiple States with no change in this hum,
                        so seems internal to me in my case. Ear specialists have said no known
                        symptoms of head hum associated with ears that they knew about. Have had
                        weeks long hums while traveling between Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
                        down to Florida and back .... so that rules out a lot of 'local' sources.

                        For me, head / ear hum is most often on my right side of the head, or in
                        my right ear. Been a long time since a full head hum. Hum is louder when
                        there is some ear pressure being felt.

                        Glad I found this site. Its a pain to have folks say 'it is in my head'
                        when I already know that ... but it is NOT an emotional or psychological
                        condition.

                        As an amateur radio operator, electronics buff, various technical
                        hobbies, I have eliminated a lot of external sources as discussed in
                        this group and other sites. For me it is either biological or world wide
                        .... maybe both conditions have to be just so so to be 'heard'.

                        Fortunately as I got older the problem got less persistent and not as
                        intrusive as it had been. At one time was some times serious enough to
                        come close to blocking me hearing other folks talking. Have a high
                        frequency hearing loss from my Air Force days, so doesnt take as much as
                        some folks to mess up the intelligibility portion of human speech.
                        Frequently wear head phones to make it easier to make out the voices on
                        TV for example. Am not on hearing aids.

                        As a frequent headache person since my teenager years with out hum, I
                        have not made an association between headaches and hum that I have now.
                        Headaches not as bad as younger years or as often. Now retired and sixty
                        six years old.

                        Am convinced there is an external source, and have not ruled out mother
                        nature, as in some phenomena of our planet. At one time it seemed I
                        would get loud head hums before either large distant earthquakes or
                        smaller closer ones .... That trend of a few years ago seems less
                        connected now.

                        Thanks for your time, and appreciate finding others that feel the same
                        way about this interesting phenomena that might have more than one source.

                        Bill - WD8ARZ
                        South Bend, Indiana


                      • WD8ARZ
                        Hello Wayne, will be moving to TN next year, East of Nashville some where. Hum is still present at low level, about one on the scale of ten .... 150 Hz plus or
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                          Hello Wayne, will be moving to TN next year, East of Nashville some where.

                          Hum is still present at low level, about one on the scale of ten ....

                          150 Hz plus or minus ten or so seems to be about the frequency of the hum I mostly hear. If the Schumann resonance ranges from 60 and downward or so, that kind of rules out second harmonic effects on humans ... but maybe third harmonic. That would indicate that if a Schumann resonance fundamental is around 50 Hz, there might be some association.

                          However our hearing 150 Hz or so could also be the sum of, or the difference of, two other energy frequencies we cant hear by them self's. But that would require a mixing to occur some how, and the ability to radiate the plus or minus sum of those other unknown signal sources that we end up perceiving.

                          Point being, I have no idea, but am suspecting our planet ... but it could also be the space our planet is moving through as well .... if so, then our planet is the component that the mixing is occurring in ....

                          Not only out side my pay grade again, but highly speculative with out scientific fact to connect up to it on my part ....

                          Bill

                          On 6/23/2014 10:53 AM, wfbarto@... [humforum] wrote:
                           

                          Hi Bill....that was a good post that you recently made.  I too hear the hum only in my right ear which is very perplexing.  I have noticed that many others on this forum (but certainly not all) are in the same boat with hearing the hum only in their right ears.  Nobody (that I know of) has ever addressed this phenomena, but I would love to hear any theories that might be out there!

                          I also agree with you that (the hum I hear) is a product of some kind of earth force whether it is plate tectonic movements and stresses or the actions of the magma and core that create and "earth frequency" that may be audible.  Have you ever tried researching the Schumann Resonance frequency?  Here is just one link of many off of a Google search that was found on Wikipedia:

                          Schumann resonances - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

                          There is no doubt that we are living in a time when there is unprecedented volcanic and seismic activity on the earth.  This coupled with some of the scientific studies that indicate that the earth's magnetosphere is weakening and that the north and south poles are shifting from formerly held positions indicate to me that there is a transition happening on our planet that seems to be accelerating.

                          I also agree with you on the content of the threads....that is...that we try to stay on topic as much as possible as it greatly assists those that may want to search the forum in the future for specific content.

                          Thanks again for you post, Wayne (East TN resident)


                        • WD8ARZ
                          Very interesting discussion at this site: http://www.vlf.it/ed/earthprobes.html Am uncertain as to its relevance, but it made some observations that caught my
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                          Very interesting discussion at this site:
                          http://www.vlf.it/ed/earthprobes.html

                          Am uncertain as to its relevance, but it made some observations that caught my attention, such as
                          " .... Schumann resonances, 50 Hz hum noise tone.... "

                          The third harmonic would be right in the neighborhood of the hum I hear .... interesting says Mr Spock ...

                          There are way to many in my family tree that think this photo is me ..... hummmmmm


                          If the photo did not come through, then a small version of it is at:
                          http://files.qrz.com/z/wd8arz/Enigma.jpg

                          Bill

                        • Tim Kramer
                          ​I m the same way only hear it in my right ear. On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 8:53 AM, wfbarto@yahoo.com [humforum]
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                            ​I'm the same way only hear it in my right ear. 


                            On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 8:53 AM, wfbarto@... [humforum] <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
                             

                            Hi Bill....that was a good post that you recently made.  I too hear the hum only in my right ear which is very perplexing.  I have noticed that many others on this forum (but certainly not all) are in the same boat with hearing the hum only in their right ears.  Nobody (that I know of) has ever addressed this phenomena, but I would love to hear any theories that might be out there!


                            I also agree with you that (the hum I hear) is a product of some kind of earth force whether it is plate tectonic movements and stresses or the actions of the magma and core that create and "earth frequency" that may be audible.  Have you ever tried researching the Schumann Resonance frequency?  Here is just one link of many off of a Google search that was found on Wikipedia:


                            Schumann resonances - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

                            Schumann resonances - Wikipedia, the free encycl...
                            The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth's electromagnetic field spectrum. Schu...
                            Preview by Yahoo

                             

                            There is no doubt that we are living in a time when there is unprecedented volcanic and seismic activity on the earth.  This coupled with some of the scientific studies that indicate that the earth's magnetosphere is weakening and that the north and south poles are shifting from formerly held positions indicate to me that there is a transition happening on our planet that seems to be accelerating.


                            I also agree with you on the content of the threads....that is...that we try to stay on topic as much as possible as it greatly assists those that may want to search the forum in the future for specific content.


                            Thanks again for you post,

                            Wayne (East TN resident)


                          • WD8ARZ
                            Hum has stopped in my right ear and a large earthquake has occurred Magnitude 7.2 - 73km SSE of Raoul Island, New Zealand 2014-06-23 19:19:18 UTC
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                              Hum has stopped in my right ear and a large earthquake has occurred


                              Magnitude 7.2 - 73km SSE of Raoul Island, New Zealand
                              2014-06-23 19:19:18 UTC
                              http://comcat.cr.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000rkg5#summary


                              73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
                            • lidia1313
                              The Hum for me always is very intense prior to major earthquakes with M6 and above. Then it gets quiet for a short time. I use another website to check: Recent
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                                The Hum for me always is very intense prior to major earthquakes with M6 and above. Then it gets quiet for a short time.
                                I use another website to check: Recent major earthquakes (larger than magnitude 5.5) world-wide list & interactive map: past 30 days
                                I already posted my opinion last year, on the Google group Hum Sufferers but so far haven't received any response. I needed more people to let me know their observations and fill up a form for one month...
                                Thank you for noticing the same relation (though for me the Hum is made-made).

                                Lidia
                              • WD8ARZ
                                Woke up at 2a.m. / 0600UTC, June 24th 2014 with a full head hum here in South Bend, Indiana. It has been four or five years since a full head hum has occurred.
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                                  Woke up at 2a.m. / 0600UTC, June 24th 2014 with a full head hum here in
                                  South Bend, Indiana. It has been four or five years since a full head
                                  hum has occurred. On a scale of ten, this is about 4.5 to 5. Pressure in
                                  right year is higher. Level of hum strong enough to be heard along with
                                  normal conversations in a room indoors. Same pitch of about 150 HZ as
                                  has been all along.


                                  Many Quakes that are 6-8 since yesterday evening, especially along the
                                  Alaska island chain.
                                  http://earthquake-report.com/2014/06/22/earthquakes-in-the-world-on-june-23-2014-m2-9-or-more/


                                  Now that I have not been laying down for about fifteen minutes as I sit
                                  up and do this email, hum is more just right side of head once again.


                                  Slight barely noticeable pulse variations in hum that is not at my heart
                                  beat rate. Has in the past indicated more than one wave of energy in hum
                                  .... on the edge of being annoying.


                                  Am used to sharing these hum activities with my wife, and finding that
                                  reporting them here is beginning to feel odd, almost embarrassing.
                                  Definitely uncomfortable. Going to re-think being so open about this.


                                  Have you ever heard two tuning forks of 'almost' the exact same
                                  frequency but just a fraction different? The waviness as the two are
                                  near or at resonance creates a waviness that is very noticeable. Hum
                                  just started doing that as I sign off here. Suspect that I might need to
                                  take care with movement as this is just about to affect my balance with
                                  a slight sense of dizziness.


                                  Due to frequent storms for two days now, and expecting at least one more
                                  day of thunder storms with lightening, have left amateur radio gear off
                                  the air due to lightening that can cause damage.


                                  Good night - Bill
                                • Soozie
                                  I hear it only on my right side, but there are others who only hear it on their left too. I completely agree that this need to be looked into to find out why
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                                    I hear it only on my right side, but there are others who only hear it on their left too. I completely agree that this need to be looked into to find out why only one side.
                                    Suzie


                                    From: "wfbarto@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
                                    To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
                                    Sent: Monday, June 23, 2014 9:53 AM
                                    Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: Update 06/23/14 - Right Ear Hum

                                     
                                    Hi Bill....that was a good post that you recently made.  I too hear the hum only in my right ear which is very perplexing.  I have noticed that many others on this forum (but certainly not all) are in the same boat with hearing the hum only in their right ears.  Nobody (that I know of) has ever addressed this phenomena, but I would love to hear any theories that might be out there!

                                    I also agree with you that (the hum I hear) is a product of some kind of earth force whether it is plate tectonic movements and stresses or the actions of the magma and core that create and "earth frequency" that may be audible.  Have you ever tried researching the Schumann Resonance frequency?  Here is just one link of many off of a Google search that was found on Wikipedia:

                                     
                                    There is no doubt that we are living in a time when there is unprecedented volcanic and seismic activity on the earth.  This coupled with some of the scientific studies that indicate that the earth's magnetosphere is weakening and that the north and south poles are shifting from formerly held positions indicate to me that there is a transition happening on our planet that seems to be accelerating.

                                    I also agree with you on the content of the threads....that is...that we try to stay on topic as much as possible as it greatly assists those that may want to search the forum in the future for specific content.

                                    Thanks again for you post,
                                    Wayne (East TN resident)


                                  • Soozie
                                    I have not been able to correlate earthquakes to the hum I hear here at all because it has been nearly silent all year, except for a few small spikes of hum.
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                                      I have not been able to correlate earthquakes to the hum I hear here at all because it has been nearly silent all year, except for a few small spikes of hum.



                                      From: "lidia1313@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com>
                                      To: humforum@yahoogroups.com
                                      Sent: Monday, June 23, 2014 8:53 PM
                                      Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: Hum Gone - 7.2 Quake

                                       
                                      The Hum for me always is very intense prior to major earthquakes with M6 and above. Then it gets quiet for a short time.
                                      I use another website to check: Recent major earthquakes (larger than magnitude 5.5) world-wide list & interactive map: past 30 days

                                      I already posted my opinion last year, on the Google group Hum Sufferers but so far haven't received any response. I needed more people to let me know their observations and fill up a form for one month...
                                      Thank you for noticing the same relation (though for me the Hum is made-made).

                                      Lidia


                                    • veiled.mystery
                                      I am one of the few Hum hearers who only hears the Hum in my Left Ear, but I have commented several times on the Forum that I have noticed the Hum intensity is
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                                        I am one of the few Hum hearers who only hears the Hum in my Left Ear, but I have commented several times on the Forum that I have noticed the Hum intensity is at it's loudest, and accompanied with the severe Headaches, shortly before an Earthquake or a Solar Flare.
                                      • Copsne
                                        Bill. Sounds like waviness is like binaural beat when you get two signals slightly off by a few cycles. Sent from Steve s iPhone and I appologize for typo s
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                                          Bill. Sounds like waviness is like binaural beat when you get two signals slightly off by a few cycles. 

                                          Sent from Steve's iPhone and I appologize for typo's and auto corrects

                                          On Jun 24, 2014, at 2:37 AM, "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                                           

                                          Woke up at 2a.m. / 0600UTC, June 24th 2014 with a full head hum here in
                                          South Bend, Indiana. It has been four or five years since a full head
                                          hum has occurred. On a scale of ten, this is about 4.5 to 5. Pressure in
                                          right year is higher. Level of hum strong enough to be heard along with
                                          normal conversations in a room indoors. Same pitch of about 150 HZ as
                                          has been all along.

                                          Many Quakes that are 6-8 since yesterday evening, especially along the
                                          Alaska island chain.
                                          http://earthquake-report.com/2014/06/22/earthquakes-in-the-world-on-june-23-2014-m2-9-or-more/

                                          Now that I have not been laying down for about fifteen minutes as I sit
                                          up and do this email, hum is more just right side of head once again.

                                          Slight barely noticeable pulse variations in hum that is not at my heart
                                          beat rate. Has in the past indicated more than one wave of energy in hum
                                          .... on the edge of being annoying.

                                          Am used to sharing these hum activities with my wife, and finding that
                                          reporting them here is beginning to feel odd, almost embarrassing.
                                          Definitely uncomfortable. Going to re-think being so open about this.

                                          Have you ever heard two tuning forks of 'almost' the exact same
                                          frequency but just a fraction different? The waviness as the two are
                                          near or at resonance creates a waviness that is very noticeable. Hum
                                          just started doing that as I sign off here. Suspect that I might need to
                                          take care with movement as this is just about to affect my balance with
                                          a slight sense of dizziness.

                                          Due to frequent storms for two days now, and expecting at least one more
                                          day of thunder storms with lightening, have left amateur radio gear off
                                          the air due to lightening that can cause damage.

                                          Good night - Bill

                                        • WD8ARZ
                                          Yes, I agree with you. Thanks for the improved verbiage .... grin. Sometimes though, it is as if a modulation on the signal carrier is occurring too .... could
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                                            Yes, I agree with you. Thanks for the improved verbiage .... grin.

                                            Sometimes though, it is as if a modulation on the signal carrier is occurring too .... could be amplitude or frequency modulation. With out a direct way to measure / record the signal here, I cant analyses it properly.

                                            Bill

                                            On 6/24/2014 2:09 PM, Copsne c_o_p_s_ne@... [humforum] wrote:
                                             
                                            Bill. Sounds like waviness is like binaural beat when you get two signals slightly off by a few cycles. 

                                            Sent from Steve's iPhone and I appologize for typo's and auto corrects

                                            On Jun 24, 2014, at 2:37 AM, "WD8ARZ wd8arz@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                                          • lidia1313
                                            I am with you, Veiled Mystery. I hear the Hum with the left ear but recently my right ear started picking it up as well. My middle ear myoclonus has been
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                                              I am with you, Veiled Mystery. I hear the Hum with the left ear but recently my right ear started picking it up as well. My middle ear myoclonus has been confirmed for a second time (last week), in both ears...
                                              Same observations for the Solar flares, Earthquakes and the Hum intensity...
                                            • wfbarto
                                              Bill....you will like TN....my daughter lives east of Nashville in the Donaldson area. Whenever I have visited the Nashville area, I have never heard the hum
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                                                Bill....you will like TN....my daughter lives east of Nashville in the Donaldson area.  Whenever I have visited the Nashville area, I have never heard the hum at any of the locations where I stayed.  However, from what I can determine through this forum and my own experience, the hum is VERY location specific...for whatever reason.  I have easily noticed the hum in my own house, but in my next door neighbor's house, it was just barely detectable.  How this can happen is another perplexing subject of debate.  I suspect that localized soil characteristics and underlying rock strata are significant considerations in transmitting the hum.


                                                The articles you presented are a little above my pay grade too.  While clicking on link today, I found another article that makes statements about the lessening of the magnetic field, especially in the Western hemisphere.  Here is the link:


                                                Is Earth’s magnetic field getting weaker? Dramatic dips spotted

                                                 

                                                I like your avatar and suspect that there are many hum sufferers that can identify with a cartoonish depiction of someone subjected to the constant humming noise!  :)


                                                One other interesting tidbit...I noticed that last night was one of the quietest "hum nights" that I have experienced in quite some time.  Interesting that it occurred on the same day of the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that occurred near the Aleutian Islands off the coast of mainland Alaska.  Did the earth relieve some of it's pent-up tectonic stresses?  Maybe???

                                              • Copsne
                                                My wife s first vertigo experience while in a LF saturated Hilton in Pittsburgh ( and years of home exposure) 3 weeks ago and just clearing, mentioned her ear
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                                                  My wife's first vertigo experience while in a LF saturated Hilton in Pittsburgh ( and years of home exposure) 3 weeks ago and just clearing, mentioned her ear fullness went to different ears, one at a time. I did searching on sound induced vertigo, and theres allot out there about it. This hum, or at least the Ilfn/ lfn aspect must be considered in these type cases. 

                                                  Sent from Steve's iPhone and I appologize for typo's and auto corrects

                                                  On Jun 24, 2014, at 5:12 PM, "lidia1313@... [humforum]" <humforum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                                                   

                                                  I am with you, Veiled Mystery. I hear the Hum with the left ear but recently my right ear started picking it up as well. My middle ear myoclonus has been confirmed for a second time (last week), in both ears...
                                                  Same observations for the Solar flares, Earthquakes and the Hum intensity...

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