> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: What Are They? Mysterious Unexplained Noises Now Being
Reported Across the Globe :
> Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2012 18:34:37 -0800
> This sounds like the boys at HAARP are playing around trying to freak
> the public. Remember that they have the ability to create holograms in
> sky that look real and they can also create these "sounds". It is all
> in Project Bluebeam.
> The Extinction Protocol
> January 17, 2012
> Related: Strange Booms/Sounds Continue Worldwide As Disinformation
> A series of unexplained noises are being reported across the globe and
> frequency of these events appear to be increasing.
> The sounds range in description from “bizarre and creepy” to
> The sounds appear to be omni-directional and seem to have no single
> source of origin or horizontal source of degree graduation- leaving
> the impression they are coming from directly overhead or directly
> the earth.
> The videos below are reports of the unexplained acoustic phenomenon.
> these sounds omens of an impending disaster, or the deep-churching in
> Earth indication the lithosphere is becoming unsettled, mistpouffers,
> something else? You decide.
> Unexplained noise recorded in Colorado by two hikers in August, 2011
> time before the 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck the state.
> This incident occurred on January 11, 2012 in Malaysia. The sound is
> for three hours and the noise appears every three seconds from 3 am
> The second incident occurred on the morning of January 12, 2012, the
> is heard for three hours and the noise that appears every three
> 3 am until dawn.
> This audio is successfully captured by one of the people of Kota
> in Malaysia.
> Unexplained noises and mysterious sounds reported from various
> across the globe
> This incident was recorded in Mexico January 12-14, 2012 and is
> This incident was reported in Melbourne, Australia in the 2nd week of
> January of 2012.
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Did You Hear ‘Frightening’ Loud Booms Tuesday Night?
An Altadena resident shared that she heard loud
“frightening” boom sounds consistently throughout Tuesday night but the
Altadena Sheriff’s Station has no report of anything happening. Did you
hear or see anything?
Was your Tuesday night disturbed by the sounds of loud booms?
It was for one Altadena resident, who told Patch via email that
she heard these mystery sounds all night:
I live in NW Altadena near Lincoln & Loma Alta Dr & on
last evening, Tuesday - Dec 4, 2012, I kept hearing 'loud
boom' sounds every 10-15 minutes. These sounds continued all
night - very frightening - I called the Sheriff's Dept to
report it - I never found out what this noise was. Did
anyone else hear this and do you know what it was? I know
that street lights are being put up on the corner of
Altadena Dr & Lincoln.
The watch commander for the
Altadena Sheriff’s Station told Patch Wednesday that nothing
else was reported about any loud “boom” sounds and there was no
explanation for them.
The most notable thing that happened Tuesday night, according
to the watch commander’s report of the Altadena crime log, was a
call to report a beauty salon fire in town but when fire
officials showed up there was no fire to be seen.
Did you hear any loud boom sounds Tuesday or see
anything causing a loud sound?
Authorities say a natural gas explosion in one of
New England's biggest cities has destroyed two buildings but hasn't
Mysterious booms rock Verde Valley
Dec. 6, 2012
The Hum is a generic name for a series of phenomena involving
a persistent and invasive low-frequency
noise not audible to all people. Hums have been reported in various
geographical locations. In some cases a source has been located. A Hum
Big Island of Hawaii, typically related to volcanic action, is heard
in locations dozens of miles apart. The Hum is most often described as
sounding somewhat like a distant idling
diesel engine. Typically, the Hum is difficult to detect with
microphones, and its source and nature are hard to localize.
The Hum is sometimes prefixed with the name of a locality where the
problem has been particularly publicized: e.g., the "Bristol
Hum", the "Taos
Hum", or the "Bondi
The essential element that defines the Hum is what is perceived as a
persistent low-frequency sound, often described as being comparable to
that of a distant
diesel engine idling, or to some similar low-pitched sound for which
obvious sources (e.g., household appliances, traffic noise, etc.) have
been ruled out.
Other elements seem to be significantly associated with the Hum,
being reported by an important proportion of hearers, but not by all of
them. Many people hear the Hum only, or much more, inside buildings as
compared with outdoors. Many also perceive vibrations that can be felt
through the body. Earplugs are reported as not decreasing the Hum.
The Hum is often perceived more intensely during the night.
On 15 November 2006, Dr. Tom Moir of the
Massey University in
New Zealand made a recording of the Auckland Hum and has published
it on the university's website.
The captured hum's
power spectral density peaks at a
frequency of 56
In 2009, the head of audiology at
Addenbrooke's Hospital in
Cambridge, Dr David Baguley, said that he believed people's problems
with hum were based on the physical world about one-third of the time
and the other two-thirds stemmed from people focusing too keenly on
innocuous background sounds.
In Britain, the most famous example was the Bristol hum that made
headlines in the late 1970s.
It was during the 1990s that the Hum phenomenon began to be reported in
North America and to be known to the American public, when a study
by the University of New Mexico and the complaints from many citizens
living near the town of
Taos, New Mexico, caught the attention of the media. However, in the
1970s and 1980s, a similar phenomenon had been the object of complaints
from citizens, of media reports and of studies. It is difficult to tell
if the Hum reported in those earlier cases and the Hum that began to be
increasingly reported in North America in the 1990s should be considered
identical or of different natures.[citation
On June 9th, 2011, it was reported that residents of the village of
Woodland, England are currently experiencing a hum that has already
lasted for over two months.
This phenomenon has also been reported since 2010 throughout
Essex County in
where some residents claim it to be correlated with the time of day, or
week, while others seem unaffected or unable to hear it.
In the case of
Kokomo, Indiana, a city with heavy industries, the source of the hum
was thought to have been traced to two sources. The first was a pair of
fans in a
cooling tower at the local
casting plant emitting a 36 Hz tone. The second was an
air compressor intake at the Haynes International plant emitting a
10 Hz tone.
Some explanations of hums for which no definitive source has been
found have been put forth. These include:
Generated by the body, the auditory or the nervous system, with no
external stimulus. However, the theory that the Hum is actually
tinnitus fails to explain why the Hum can be heard only at certain
geographical locations, to the degree those reports are accurate. There
may exist individual differences as to the threshold of perception of
acoustic or non-acoustic stimuli, or other normal individual variations
that could contribute to the perception of the Hum by some people in the
population and not by others.
While the Hum is hypothesized to be a form of low frequency tinnitus
such as the
venous hum, some sufferers claim it is not internal, being worse
inside their homes than outside. However, others insist that it is
equally bad indoors and outdoors. More mystery is added as some notice
the Hum only at home, while others hear it everywhere they go. Some
reports indicate that it is made worse by attempted soundproofing (e.g.,
double glazing), which serves only to decrease other environmental
noise, thus making the Hum more apparent. Tinnitus is also generally
worse in places with less exterior sound.
People who both suffer from tinnitus and hear the Hum describe them
as qualitatively different, and many hum sufferers can find locations
where they do not hear the hum at all. An investigation by a team of
scientists in Taos dismissed the possibility that the Hum was tinnitus
as highly unlikely.
Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions
Human ears generate their own noises, called spontaneous
otoacoustic emissions, which about 30% of people hear. The people
that hear these sounds typically hear a faint buzzing or ringing,
especially if they are otherwise in complete silence, but most people
don't notice them at all.
Researchers from the USArray Earthscope have tracked down a series of
infrasonic humming noises produced by waves crashing together and
thence into the ocean floor, off the North-West coast of the USA.
Potentially, sound from these collisions could travel to many parts of
The Taos Hum was featured on the TV show
It was also featured in
LiveScience's "Top Ten Unexplained Phenomena", where it took first
In popular culture
In a 1998 episode of
The X-Files titled "Drive",
Agent Mulder speculates that
extremely low frequency (ELF) radio waves "may be behind the
so-called Taos Hum".
Melouney, Carmel (2009-05-24).
"Bondi's mystery noise maker". The Daily Telegraph
Wagner, Stephen (2008).
Moir, Tom (2006-11-15).
"Auckland North Shore Hum". T.J.Moir Personal pages.
University of Massey.
Hutcheon, Stephen (2006-11-17).
"Mystery humming sound captured". Sydney Morning Herald
Hutcheon, Stephen (2006-10-26).
"Mystery noise is a real humdinger". Sydney Morning
Alexander, James (2009-05-19).
"Have you heard 'the Hum'?". BBC News.
Alleyne, Richard (2011-06-09).
"Tiny village is latest victim of the 'The hum'". The
Battagello, Dave (August 5, 2011).
"Rumblings may prompt lawsuit". The Windsor Star.
Tweedie, Neil (June 18, 2011).
"The Hum keeps people awake at night". The Daily
Cowan, James P. (October 2003)
The Kokomo Hum Investigation. City of Kokomo Board of
Public Works and Safety.
"Possible Source Found For Kokomo Hum: Hum Traced To Local
Factory". TheIndyChannel.com (Internet Broadcasting
Systems, Inc.). 2003-09-19.
Sheppard, L.; Sheppard, C. (1993).
"The Phenomenon of Low Frequency Hums". Tinnitus.
Norfolk Tinnitus Society.
The Taos Hum
Abrams, M. An Inescapable Buzz. Discover Magazine. October 1995.
Leggett, Hadley (August 7, 2009).
"Scientists Track Down Source of Earth’s Hum".
Dacey, James (July 10, 2009).
"Coasts confirmed as main source of Earth's 'hum'".
"The Hearers" in
Indianapolis Monthly, Dec. 2002.
"Taos hum", Unexplained events, Unsolved Mysteries,
"Top Ten Unexplained Phenomena", Strange news, Live
The X Files. Ten Thirteen Productions. November 15,
1998. Event occurs at 40:00.
- BBC News Magazine (13 June 2011).
"Who, What, Why: Why is 'the hum' such a mystery.
- Deming, David (2004). "The Hum:
An Anomalous Sound Heard Around the World". Journal of Scientific
Exploration 18 (4): 571–595.
- Friedrich, Samantha M.
"Resident irritated by 'hum'", The Thomaston Express, May
- The Guardian staff.
"What's that noise?",
The Guardian, October 18, 2001.
"The Buzz behind Auckland's Hum".
All Things Considered, November 22, 2006.
"Humdinger", The Guardian, July 22, 2004.
- Tanimoto, Toshiro (2008).
"Geophysics: Humming a different tune". Nature 452: 539.
STRANGE SOUNDS IN
SKY EXPLAINED BY SCIENTISTS
Mr. Khalilov, what is the
nature of the unusual very
low-pitched sounds reported by a
great number of people in
different parts of the planet
since the summer of 2011? Many
call them “The Sound of the
Apocalypse”. Information about
that comes from all over the
world: US, UK, Costa Rica,
Russia, Czech Republic,
have analyzed records of these
sounds and found that most of their
spectrum lies within the infrasound
range, i.e. is not audible to
humans. What people hear is only a
small fraction of the actual power
of these sounds. They are
low-frequency acoustic emissions in
the range between 20 and 100 Hz
modulated by ultra-low infrasonic
waves from 0.1 to 15 Hz. In
geophysics, they are called
acoustic-gravity waves; they are
formed in the upper atmosphere, at
the atmosphere-ionosphere boundary
in particular. There can be quite a
lot of causes why those waves are
generated: earthquakes, volcanic
eruptions, hurricanes, storms,
tsunamis, etc. However, the scale of
the observed humming sound in terms
of both the area covered and its
power far exceeds those that can be
generated by the above-mentioned
In that case, what could be
causing this humming in the sky?
our opinion, the source of such
powerful and immense manifestation
of acoustic-gravity waves must be
very large-scale energy processes.
These processes include powerful
solar flares and huge energy flows
generated by them, rushing towards
Earth's surface and destabilizing
the magnetosphere, ionosphere and
upper atmosphere. Thus, the effects
of powerful solar flares: the impact
of shock waves in the solar wind,
streams of corpuscles and bursts of
electromagnetic radiation are the
main causes of generation of
acoustic-gravitation waves following
increased solar activity.
Given the surge in solar activity as
manifested itself in the higher
number and energy of solar flares
since mid-2011, we can assume that
there is a high probability of
impact of the substantial increase
in solar activity on the generation
of the unusual humming coming from
the sky. It should be pointed out
that solar activity began to rise
sharply since early 2011, with its
amplitude significantly higher than
all forecasts given by a number of
influential scientific institutions
2011. Meanwhile, the observed
increase in solar activity is fully
consistent with the forecast of the
International Committee GEOCHANGE
published in the Committee's Report
in June 2010. If this growth rate of
solar activity continues, its
amplitude by the end of 2012 will be
higher than the amplitude of 23rd
solar cycle, and in 2013-2014 the
solar activity will reach its peak
the amplitude of which was predicted
by us to be 1.5 - 1.7 times higher
than the amplitude of the 23rd
But you said that the cause of
the "sky hum" can lie within Earth's
core as well, what does it mean?
There is one more possible cause
of these sounds and it may lie
at the Earth's core. The fact is
that the acceleration of the
drift of the Earth's north
magnetic pole which increased
more than fivefold between 1998
and 2003 and is at the same
level today points to
intensification of energy
processes in the Earth's core,
since it is processes in the
inner and outer core that form
the Earth's geomagnetic field.
Meanwhile, as we have already
reported, on November 15, 2011
all ATROPATENA geophysical
stations which record
three-dimensional variations of
the Earth's gravitational field
almost simultaneously registered
a powerful gravitational
impulse. The stations are
deployed in Istanbul, Kiev,
Baku, Islamabad and Yogyakarta,
with the first and last one
being separated by a distance of
about 10,000 km. Such a
phenomenon is only possible if
the source of this emanation is
at the Earth's core level. That
huge energy release from the
Earth's core at the end of the
last year was some kind of a
start signal indicating the
transition of the Earth's
internal energy into a new
Intensification of the energy
processes in the Earth's core can
modulate the geomagnetic field
which, through a chain of physical
processes at the ionosphere -
atmosphere boundary level, generates
acoustic-gravity waves the audible
range of which has been heard by
people in the form of a frightening
low-frequency sound in different
parts of our planet.
In both cases, even though the
causes of acoustic-gravity waves are
of a quite understandable
geophysical nature, they are
indicative of the expected
significant increase in solar
activity and the geodynamic activity
of our planet. There is no doubt
that processes in the core rule the
internal energy of our planet,
therefore, we should expect by the
end of 2012 a sharp rise in strong
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions,
tsunamis and extreme weather events
with peak levels in 2013 - 2014.
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