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Residents in Great Britain and parts of the South Western United States have subsisted in complaining about a infuriating hum

that at this moment continues to persist. Furthermore, research workers have been powerless to determine its origin. Not all

individuals can hear the low pitched hum, in addition to those who say that it appears simulated in nature.

In 1977, a UK newspaper received almost 800 correspondences from persons complaining of loss of sleep, light headness,

shortness of breath, sore heads, uneasiness, grouchiness, worsening health, incapability to read or study on account of the

continuous hum. Most well known in the United States is the "Taos Hum". Over there the nuisance was so serious for the

"hearers" in Taos, United States, that they coordinated and called upon Congress to look into the issue and assist them in

determining the origins of the sound. No definitive sources were uncovered however, one widespread supposition contains that

the hum is produced by a military communications device used to liaise with submarines.

The majority of hearers speak about the sound which begins quickly, never decreases, hampers sleep and is additionally

evident inside a household or motor vehicle rather than externally. Some characterize it as sounding similar to a diesel

engine idling, in the distance. Given that it has not been substantiated by microphones or very low frequency antennae, its

origin and nature are nevertheless an enigma.

1997 saw Congress guide researchers and commentators from some of the most esteemed investigation institutions in the country

to look into a curious low frequency "Taos Hum" heard by inhabitants around and nearby the tiny town of Taos, New Mexico. For

years those who had overheard the sound, frequently characterized by them as a "hum", had been looking for solutions. No one

was certain when it started, but its continuation guided initially a handful of participants and then subsequently many of

those who heard it ('hearers') to come together.

The research Congress called upon included a line up of around 12 researchers from a quantity of scientific organizations.

Joe Mullins of the Academy of New Mexico and Horace Poteet of Sandia National Labs composed the team's concluding account.

Additional New Mexico investigation associations participating comprised Phillips Air Force Research lab and the Los Alamos

National Research lab. Apprehension by hearers that the hum might have been produced by the Department of Defense guaranteed

that the inquiry was managed in the open and that a sizable quantity of individuals was contacted. Humming Noise In Head

The initial objective of the investigatory team was to open dialogue with the hearers with a view to try and decide the

disposition of the hum, the noise it caused, its frequency, scheduling and the effects on those who perceived it. Following

this the team intended to survey inhabitants of Taos and the neighboring districts to decide how broadly placed the hum was

present. Eventually, the team was to try to isolate and decide the source of the noise. Significant to their attempt was the

group's obvious benefit in deciding the source of the occurrence, rather than examining the noise's existence. There was a

widely evident comprehension by the researchers that something was occurring, but precisely what it appeared to be challenged

interpretation.

The primary inquiry concentrated on 10 hearers and decided upon definite crucial details surrounding the noise. It was

persevering, it was listened to by just a tiny quantity of individuals and the noise was very low on the frequency range ­

amongst 30 and 80Hz. There was variety in how various hearers detected the noise and some heard a noise the likes of the low

reverberating engine of a lorry while other people perceived a steadier, pulsating, although still low noise. Interestingly,

the researchers learned that the noise was not limited to the region around Taos, but was, in reality, listened to at various

locations around the state in addition to around the world.

Hearers characterized the growing difficulties they were having with the noise. Consistent with the stories and grievances

that had conveyed the problem to Congress in the first place, hearers specified the noise as a source not only of

aggravation, but also of light headness, sleeplessness or sleep interference, constraint on the ears, pains in the head and

nosebleeds. The hearers were additionally disturbed by the troubling nature of its subsistence, it did not appear like a

normal occurrence to them.

According to the Taos Hum Inquiry Informal Report published on the 23rd August 1993 , the majority of hearers at the

beginning experienced the noise with an sudden commencement, as if some appliance were simply turned on. Several of the

hearers inferred there was an association among the noise, the military units in and close by New Mexico, plus that the hum

was by some means produced by the United States Navy's Extremely Low Frequency locations in the Northerly region of Michigan.

These suggestions caused a non-military presence on the inquiry team. Humming Noise In Head

Following studying 10 hearers the group which now included James Kelly, a hearing examination scientist with the Institute of

New Mexico's Health Sciences Centre, began an extensive inspection of the Taos locals. Their examination of 1,440 inhabitants

guided the team to surmise that approximately 2% of the Taos inhabitants were hearers. In view of this large quantity of

hearers, early examination of an origin for the noise focused upon extraneous opportunities for the generation of the low

frequency noise. Whilst there were outlying occurrences of hearing inside the low frequency range acknowledged by the

hearers, these assessments displayed no coherent background sound which may well have accounted for the noise. As Mullins and

Kelly deduced, there were 'no known acoustical signs that might explain the noise, neither are there any seismic occurrences

that might describe it.'

Having dismissed extraneous origins the team concentrated on examining hearers' inner ears and on analysing frequency

responsiveness. Whilst these studies are not concluded, it looks most improbable that the noise is generated by low frequency

tinnitus like some have contemplated. Mullins and Kelly are further likely to support that hearers have developed a

particular responsiveness to noises in the 20 to 100Hz radius and therefore, are aiming their inquiry toward compiling an

insight to how the ear senses low frequency activity.

Whilst this work may improve the answer to the persevering problem of the noise's source, Dr. Nick Begich and Patrick

Flanagan, have investigated a further prospect. Dr. Nick Begich holds some engaging ideas in Mullins' own remarks that might

infer another origin for the hearers' unequaled sensitivity and, conceivably in the long term, an outcome to their near

exhausting misfortune. To encourage the prospects of his inquiry Mullins has indicated that, like a society, 'we are steadily

building up the background of electronic noise and we are moving progressively to cordless and or wireless belongings ­ all

electromagnetic transmitters. If that is the cause of the noise, we do not understand, but we cannot write it off.' Humming

Noise In Head

Begich speculates that the source of the noise may be discovered inside this electromagnetic background accumulation.

He upholds that there is an appliance for the transduction of tone which might explain the noise. The crucial information may

be concealed in a technology discovered by Dr. Patrick Flanagan. Neurophonic sound technologies were advanced and established

on an realization of noise conveyance using distinctive 'hearing' pathways to the mind. Average noise evaluating and

symptomatic apparatus would be unproductive in detecting the 'sounds' origins.

Patrick Flanagan's Neurophone, conceived when Flanagan was Fourteen, is a low voltage, intense frequency, amplitude modulated

radio oscillator. In clearer terms, the Neurophone acts on the skin of the hearer by transforming 'modified radio waves into

a neural modulated signal that bypasses the eighth cranial hearing neuron and communicates information immediately into the

investigation cores of the mind. 'In other words, the Neurophone permits the hearer to 'listen' without having to exercise

the ear channel or the bones and nerves we ordinarily contemplate with hearing.

Flanagan's license was certified following a 6 year battle with the patent office concluding in a assessment of the appliance

on a hearing impaired patent office worker. The display persuaded the patent tester that the Neurophone operated, in spite of

it appearing to run in the face of conventional concepts, of how we perceive noise. The novel idea with the Neurophone is

that we utilise the skin itself as the neural transmitter.
This idea is in fact rather easy. When in a woman's womb, a fetus's skin functions as the principal sensory receptive.

Starting from this evolves the eyes, nose and ears. Whilst the ears specialize in listening, Flanagan identified that the

skin is also an organ. As a result, if a path could be established to transfer data through the skin to the mind, then data

could be instantly imparted to the mind, circumventing the ears.

The Neurophone inserted radio waves between two tiny electrodes positioned on the skin and primarily used existing neural

tracts to instantly access the mind. Flanagan and Begich theorize that the Neurophone could be pulsated at the frequencies

acknowledged by those hearers questioned by Mullins and the investigatory group. If the noise was caused by ambient

electromagnetic areas then the Neurophone technology may possibly be used to appease it. Whilst Mullins is examining the ear

canal and our human listening devices, Flanagan and Begich conceive that the solution is further likely to be established

through the tracts demonstrated by the Neurophone, which avoid the ear completely.

Evidence of whether or not their hypothesis is accurate is reliant upon examination of hearers. If Begich and Flanagan are

accurate, the Neurophonic technology and what has been widely read about hearing may successfully be used to diminish the

distress of hearers as the pursuit for the origin of the noise continues unabated. Humming Noise In Head

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Reply #2 on: December 04, 2010, 05:46:53 PM




Residents in Great Britain and parts of the South Western United States have subsisted in complaining about a infuriating hum

that at this moment continues to persist. Furthermore, research workers have been powerless to determine its origin. Not all

individuals can hear the low pitched hum, in addition to those who say that it appears simulated in nature.

In 1977, a UK newspaper received almost 800 correspondences from persons complaining of loss of sleep, light headness,

shortness of breath, sore heads, uneasiness, grouchiness, worsening health, incapability to read or study on account of the

continuous hum. Most well known in the United States is the "Taos Hum". Over there the nuisance was so serious for the

"hearers" in Taos, United States, that they coordinated and called upon Congress to look into the issue and assist them in

determining the origins of the sound. No definitive sources were uncovered however, one widespread supposition contains that

the hum is produced by a military communications device used to liaise with submarines.

The majority of hearers speak about the sound which begins quickly, never decreases, hampers sleep and is additionally

evident inside a household or motor vehicle rather than externally. Some characterize it as sounding similar to a diesel

engine idling, in the distance. Given that it has not been substantiated by microphones or very low frequency antennae, its

origin and nature are nevertheless an enigma.

1997 saw Congress guide researchers and commentators from some of the most esteemed investigation institutions in the country

to look into a curious low frequency "Taos Hum" heard by inhabitants around and nearby the tiny town of Taos, New Mexico. For

years those who had overheard the sound, frequently characterized by them as a "hum", had been looking for solutions. No one

was certain when it started, but its continuation guided initially a handful of participants and then subsequently many of

those who heard it ('hearers') to come together.

The research Congress called upon included a line up of around 12 researchers from a quantity of scientific organizations.

Joe Mullins of the Academy of New Mexico and Horace Poteet of Sandia National Labs composed the team's concluding account.

Additional New Mexico investigation associations participating comprised Phillips Air Force Research lab and the Los Alamos

National Research lab. Apprehension by hearers that the hum might have been produced by the Department of Defense guaranteed

that the inquiry was managed in the open and that a sizable quantity of individuals was contacted. Humming Noise In Head

The initial objective of the investigatory team was to open dialogue with the hearers with a view to try and decide the

disposition of the hum, the noise it caused, its frequency, scheduling and the effects on those who perceived it. Following

this the team intended to survey inhabitants of Taos and the neighboring districts to decide how broadly placed the hum was

present. Eventually, the team was to try to isolate and decide the source of the noise. Significant to their attempt was the

group's obvious benefit in deciding the source of the occurrence, rather than examining the noise's existence. There was a

widely evident comprehension by the researchers that something was occurring, but precisely what it appeared to be challenged

interpretation.

The primary inquiry concentrated on 10 hearers and decided upon definite crucial details surrounding the noise. It was

persevering, it was listened to by just a tiny quantity of individuals and the noise was very low on the frequency range ­

amongst 30 and 80Hz. There was variety in how various hearers detected the noise and some heard a noise the likes of the low

reverberating engine of a lorry while other people perceived a steadier, pulsating, although still low noise. Interestingly,

the researchers learned that the noise was not limited to the region around Taos, but was, in reality, listened to at various

locations around the state in addition to around the world.

Hearers characterized the growing difficulties they were having with the noise. Consistent with the stories and grievances

that had conveyed the problem to Congress in the first place, hearers specified the noise as a source not only of

aggravation, but also of light headness, sleeplessness or sleep interference, constraint on the ears, pains in the head and

nosebleeds. The hearers were additionally disturbed by the troubling nature of its subsistence, it did not appear like a

normal occurrence to them.

According to the Taos Hum Inquiry Informal Report published on the 23rd August 1993 , the majority of hearers at the

beginning experienced the noise with an sudden commencement, as if some appliance were simply turned on. Several of the

hearers inferred there was an association among the noise, the military units in and close by New Mexico, plus that the hum

was by some means produced by the United States Navy's Extremely Low Frequency locations in the Northerly region of Michigan.

These suggestions caused a non-military presence on the inquiry team. Humming Noise In Head

Following studying 10 hearers the group which now included James Kelly, a hearing examination scientist with the Institute of

New Mexico's Health Sciences Centre, began an extensive inspection of the Taos locals. Their examination of 1,440 inhabitants

guided the team to surmise that approximately 2% of the Taos inhabitants were hearers. In view of this large quantity of

hearers, early examination of an origin for the noise focused upon extraneous opportunities for the generation of the low

frequency noise. Whilst there were outlying occurrences of hearing inside the low frequency range acknowledged by the

hearers, these assessments displayed no coherent background sound which may well have accounted for the noise. As Mullins and

Kelly deduced, there were 'no known acoustical signs that might explain the noise, neither are there any seismic occurrences

that might describe it.'

Having dismissed extraneous origins the team concentrated on examining hearers' inner ears and on analysing frequency

responsiveness. Whilst these studies are not concluded, it looks most improbable that the noise is generated by low frequency

tinnitus like some have contemplated. Mullins and Kelly are further likely to support that hearers have developed a

particular responsiveness to noises in the 20 to 100Hz radius and therefore, are aiming their inquiry toward compiling an

insight to how the ear senses low frequency activity.

Whilst this work may improve the answer to the persevering problem of the noise's source, Dr. Nick Begich and Patrick

Flanagan, have investigated a further prospect. Dr. Nick Begich holds some engaging ideas in Mullins' own remarks that might

infer another origin for the hearers' unequaled sensitivity and, conceivably in the long term, an outcome to their near

exhausting misfortune. To encourage the prospects of his inquiry Mullins has indicated that, like a society, 'we are steadily

building up the background of electronic noise and we are moving progressively to cordless and or wireless belongings ­ all

electromagnetic transmitters. If that is the cause of the noise, we do not understand, but we cannot write it off.' Humming

Noise In Head

Begich speculates that the source of the noise may be discovered inside this electromagnetic background accumulation.

He upholds that there is an appliance for the transduction of tone which might explain the noise. The crucial information may

be concealed in a technology discovered by Dr. Patrick Flanagan. Neurophonic sound technologies were advanced and established

on an realization of noise conveyance using distinctive 'hearing' pathways to the mind. Average noise evaluating and

symptomatic apparatus would be unproductive in detecting the 'sounds' origins.

Patrick Flanagan's Neurophone, conceived when Flanagan was Fourteen, is a low voltage, intense frequency, amplitude modulated

radio oscillator. In clearer terms, the Neurophone acts on the skin of the hearer by transforming 'modified radio waves into

a neural modulated signal that bypasses the eighth cranial hearing neuron and communicates information immediately into the

investigation cores of the mind. 'In other words, the Neurophone permits the hearer to 'listen' without having to exercise

the ear channel or the bones and nerves we ordinarily contemplate with hearing.

Flanagan's license was certified following a 6 year battle with the patent office concluding in a assessment of the appliance

on a hearing impaired patent office worker. The display persuaded the patent tester that the Neurophone operated, in spite of

it appearing to run in the face of conventional concepts, of how we perceive noise. The novel idea with the Neurophone is

that we utilise the skin itself as the neural transmitter.
This idea is in fact rather easy. When in a woman's womb, a fetus's skin functions as the principal sensory receptive.

Starting from this evolves the eyes, nose and ears. Whilst the ears specialize in listening, Flanagan identified that the

skin is also an organ. As a result, if a path could be established to transfer data through the skin to the mind, then data

could be instantly imparted to the mind, circumventing the ears.

The Neurophone inserted radio waves between two tiny electrodes positioned on the skin and primarily used existing neural

tracts to instantly access the mind. Flanagan and Begich theorize that the Neurophone could be pulsated at the frequencies

acknowledged by those hearers questioned by Mullins and the investigatory group. If the noise was caused by ambient

electromagnetic areas then the Neurophone technology may possibly be used to appease it. Whilst Mullins is examining the ear

canal and our human listening devices, Flanagan and Begich conceive that the solution is further likely to be established

through the tracts demonstrated by the Neurophone, which avoid the ear completely.

Evidence of whether or not their hypothesis is accurate is reliant upon examination of hearers. If Begich and Flanagan are

accurate, the Neurophonic technology and what has been widely read about hearing may successfully be used to diminish the

distress of hearers as the pursuit for the origin of the noise continues unabated. Humming Noise In Head


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