NOISE = MUSIC

Strange but interesting thing

The Hum:
An Anomalous Sound Heard Around the World

(Journal of Scientific Exploration, 2004)

Abstract—The Hum is a mysterious and untraceable sound that is heard incertain locations around the world by two to ten percent of the population. Historically, the area that has been most affected by the Hum is the United Kingdom, where reports have been frequent since the early 1970s. In the United States, Hum reports date from the early 1990s, with the two most publicized locations being Taos, New Mexico, and Kokomo, Indiana. The source of theHum has never been located. The Hum does not appear to be a form of tinnitusand may not be an acoustic sound.
More than just a noise, the Hum is also capable of manifesting as vibrations felt throughout the body and is often accompanied by a suite of physical symptoms that includes headaches, nausea, and pain in the ears. Analysis of the largely anecdotal data that are available atthe present time suggests that the most probable explanation is that some people have the capability to interpret radio transmissions at certain wave lengths assound. It is well established in the scientific literature that people can hear electromagnetic energy at certain frequencies and peak power levels. Previous studies have found that a subset of the population has an electromagnetic sensitivity that is significantly greater than the mean. Several hypotheses are considered and discussed as possible sources of the Hum. These include cellular telephone transmissions, LORAN, HAARP, and the TACAMO aircraft operated by the US Navy for the purpose of submarine communications. . . . .”


Read more on this official online pdf doc (author David DEMING)
https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.518.9056&rep=rep1&type=pdf.


UPCOMING

Recordings / multimix

I PROMISE YOU THAT THERE WILL BE SOME HUGE MUSIC PLAYERS HERE VERY SOON

ALTERED MEDIAMIX DIGITALCRYPTOMIX

Abstract-noise opera

description:
(Harmonic frequencies blending and signal reprocessing).