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Gaz
# Posted: 3 Oct 2012 20:42
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I've been reading much about the "hum" that people have been experiencing but I have a slightly different story to tell that to date I havent notice anyone else report. I live in the Northeast of England, and for at least the past year I've been hearing tones, sequences of tones and whole melodies being played out incessantly, night and day. As is typical of the "hum" others are experiencing, these tones are barely audible but curiously get louder when I'm in a busy street with heavy traffic. If a car passes the "noise" gets louder then fades as the car moves away. As in most "hum" cases I can hear it day and night, but there is some kind of pattern to these tones. Now some of you may think I'm ready for the loony bin when I say this but I'm totally sincere, and I jest you not when I say I can hear on occasion a lullaby being played out and even the "Last Post". I can tell you all now that I have all my faculties about me and that I'm not suffering from some sort of delusion. This has been going on for at least a year. Prior to that I did initially hear just a background "hum" and I actually put it down to the police chopper because we had a lot of activity from it at one time in this area. That all changed at the turn of the year. I know it sounds far fetched but then so did the hum a few years ago. I've already stated in other posts that I believe there's an agenda being pushed here and we're having the mick taken out of us. The effects I felt were real and physical early on in the year because I have tinnitus in one ear which was altered from high pitched ringing to a buzzing at times. That doesnt occur now and I surmised that maybe the tones were being tweeked somehow, possibly as a result of feedback through certain channels(like hospitals reports and doctors surgeries). I still hear them constantly and I even feel there's a danger in my getting used to them. This is why I'm posting this now, in the hope that others will come forward and confirm what I'm hearing. Once again I dont suffer from any delusions, I dont take psychedelics (well, not any more..) and don't see flying pigs or reptilians. But I know what I'm hearing.

Gaz
# Posted: 3 Oct 2012 20:52
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By the way, for any trolls out there, the psychedelics bit was a f**kin' joke alright?

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 3 Oct 2012 22:18
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Gaz,

This stuff is being tweaked on a regular basis, although the reasons for it remain shrouded in mystery. One possible theory is that if they keep things at the same frequency and level and direction for too long, more people might start to notice the effects. So they tweak it about just enough to throw (most) people off the scent.

EG.

Gaz
# Posted: 3 Oct 2012 22:35
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I hear you pal and I think we're on the same wavelength(no pun intended). The thing is There doesnt need to be any effort on our part, no straining to hear or anything. Thats why its impossible for people to switch off or escape this shit. I still want others to come forward and not be embarassed because this is heavy for some to bear I reckon, and thats putting it mildly.

agnes
# Posted: 4 Oct 2012 00:35
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Gaz
Erik experiences similar.
He gets terrible Tinnitus from people who carry mobile phones around him, and like you suddenly he gets (sometimes long forgotten) songs in his head, and then he hums them for days on end, (drives us up the wall), untill another one appears and he starts humming that instead.
And, it has nothing to do with walking in the street, we do not have those where we live, in the countryside.
I have always put this down to the fact that we used to be musicians, but after having read your accord, and case history I am not so sure
I am going to ask him to read your account and to suggest a dialog.
Best regards
Agnes

Gaz
# Posted: 4 Oct 2012 01:46
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Agnes,
My Tinnitus is usually worse after a good skinful! But as for getting songs stuck in my head, fraid not luv. I'm a little old for that kinda thing. I rarely listen to any kind of music these days, and I would appreciate it if you would credit me with a little savvy. Please.
In fact you're being quite condescending in dismissing what I'm trying to describe. I'm not very technically minded but that doesn't make me foolish. You may not live in an urbanised area but then you shouldnt rubbish what I'm saying on that premise. When I walk down a street and a car, or a bus, or anything motorized passes, the "noise" gets more audible (to me). If I stand on the top of a hill and turn my head inland (I live on the coast) I can hear it clearly. If I turn my head to the coast I hear nothing. A simple experiment but it works for me, and I can conclude from that simple experiment that it ain't the Spanish Armada or a bunch of singing barnacles. Now when you say you don't have streets where you live, I can only offer you my sympathies but I dont see the relevance Agnes. We all experience things in different ways, because we are all individuals. Many people have reported hearing this hum but all have different ideas as to what it sounds like, and all vary in accompanying symptoms/side effects. Luckily I'm not labouring under those adverse effects except for the odd headache, but I know what I'm hearing and when I first started hearing it earlier in the year I did get pressure on my eardrums which tells me it's an external source and quite intense at the start. In other words it was physically felt.There is a pattern to it as I stated. It can be monotonous tones, sometimes overlapping, or even just a single tone, as in a "FARAWAY DIESEL ENGINE" (sound familiar?) or it can sound like several overlapping tones much like trumpets (definitely not Top Twenty!). Now I could concede the fact that I might be wrong about the Last Post....but I'll not. I won't omit anything out of fear of ridicule or embarassment, and there's not an ounce of doubt in my stable mind that I'm hearing this shit. Maybe I'm hearing this on a different level as the majority of "hum sufferers" or maybe I'm hearing something entirely different, but one thing I'm certain of it's not in my imagination.

Anonymous
# Posted: 7 Oct 2012 21:13
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Gaz,
My experience has been very similar to yours. After we moved to our current house, I started noticing the HUM/faraway diesel engine sound, along with pressure felt in my eardrums and head. It is an oscillating sound, but it oscillates at different speeds from moment to moment, hour to hour, it seems rather random. Then I started noticing higher pitched ringing type noises of all different "tones", but definitely distinguishable from the underlying hum. The higher tones may have a pattern that I haven't been sensitive long enough to notice (it's been 3 months so far). I've found that I can always here the higher ringing tones, but the HUM disappears and reappears at times. I think it has to do with what kinds of EMF/RF are around you, how much is around you, and the subtle differences between all of our bodies. But my experience has been very similar as far as what I "hear".

Gaz
# Posted: 9 Oct 2012 23:34
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Thanks for your reply Anon. I'm wondering where you moved to but even so, your experiences sound very similar to mine. At times it is hard to discern what you're actually hearing but I get moments of clarity when I can make out very clear patterns, and it is definitely not an over active imagination. Yes there is the hum at times but as you said there is distinct oscillations and differences in tones and it can be at any given time, day or night. I have no doubt that others will be hearing this as well but are very bewildered by it all.

DM
# Posted: 10 Oct 2012 19:37
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Hey Gaz,

I live in the US and we moved from a relatively remote area in central California to Reno, NV. I'm thinking at this point that it is the smart meters they installed late July (just after we moved) and maybe some of the neighbors wifi and DECT phones. Could be nearby cell towers and antennas, but most likely closer to our sleep space. I've heard these symptoms repeated several times in relation to smart meters. And also that the ringing and humming went away after replacement with an analog meter. Do you have any smart meters around you or your neighbor's houses? I can make out patterns too, mostly in the higher pitched ringing type noises. It's almost like some defective ugly sounding xylophone at times. Although, like you said, sometimes it is clearer, louder, etc. than other times. I'm a nurse and a mother and I can't express how upset I am after finding out about the smart meters and the potential they have to cause serious illness, not to mention my preliminary symptoms. I'm doing everything I can here in Reno, with other activists in Nevada at the local and state levels. They have had some success in California at the city and county levels. About 46 municipalities and a couple of counties have completely outlawed smart meters.

DM (I decided to use my initials :)

Gaz
# Posted: 11 Oct 2012 22:17
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Hi DM, yes I'm aware of the backlash against smart meters, especially in the states, mainly because I get my news from infowars.com. and the Drudge Report. I'm not sure of how many households-if any-have smart meters installed in my locality, but I know EON one of the big energy suppliers in the UK had to back down on compulsory installations because of adverse public reaction at the start of the year. Educating the population is top priority. What concerns me more is what's being implemented covertly, rather than what is publicly announced. Some cynics would say it's all comic book stuff when you talk about this but you only have to research DARPA and Barrie Trowers work to know that it's all too easy for the PTB's to inflict pain on the general population without their knowledge, and thats insidiously evil. We can look at the US govt and the military/industrial complex experimenting on troops and their spouses with radioactive plutonium and uranium; the US govt giving Israel a million dollars to irradiate 1000's of Sophardic jewish children, many of which died; injecting black males in South America with syphilis; Porton Down in the UK releasing nerve gas over Norfolk and Wiltshire in the 50s and 60s. We have sickos running our countries so never underestimate them. I'm pretty certain what I'm hearing isn't smart meters DM but it's all part of a bigger program, and I share your concerns also. Out of curiosity do you listen to Alex Jones at infowars.com?

eric generic
# Posted: 11 Oct 2012 22:54
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It's also worth noting that a less obvious version of mobile phone mast technology seems to appearing on lamposts and streetlights. They're small grey squares, but they have the same effect. Now that planning permission isn't even needed anyway, and with these little devices able to do the same job, it's open season for the telecom companies. Check outside your libraries, your parks, your child's school. They will be there.

EG.

alex
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2012 08:34
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Gaz,

In the book/study 'A Telecom Strategy' by O.Hallberg which someone might be able to source as I can't at the moment, a former mobile phone PR employee revealed that his job was to ridicule, oppose and undermine those who were trying to get the evidence to the public, setting false trails and casting doubt so as to confuse the public. This stategy was and still is common practice in the telecom industry.

I am not suggesting that you are an Industry plant. Far from it.
In fact I understand how the pressure irradiation puts us all under can lead to short temper and irritation.

However in replying to Agnes, your total misunderstanding of what she said and discourtesy and sexist remark was completely out of order.

Nothing in the post you replied to was patronising - unfortunately the same cannot be said for your repoly.

Finally - please - radiation is bad enough without guiding people to the infowars.com site run by the lunatic Alex Jones who believes that David Koresh was the new Jesus Christ. My advice would be to stop getting your news from this site.

Barrie Trower is the man - and he repeatedly rejets conspiracy theories. We have to stick to the facts.

There are industry plants who will try to undermine this site by making it look like a haven for conspiracy theorists - so stop going on about sites like this.

alex.

ES
# Posted: 12 Oct 2012 19:28
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Alex

'A Telecom Strategy' by O.Hallberg
Look here <http://hir.nu/>
and scroll roughly half way down the page to 'A telecom strategy'.

EON has been sending out smart meter installation letters to people living in Lancashire - They have started installing them in the area where I live.
I have refused to have one in my home.

ES

alex
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# Posted: 17 Oct 2012 09:36
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ES.

Thanks for finding the info on Hallberg's study.

Well done for standing up to EON and asserting your basic human right to health.

In America they are already having to acknowledge that Smart Meters are a big mistake.

Keep up the fight !

alex

Gaz
# Posted: 19 Oct 2012 02:50
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Alex, first off can you please point out to me where I was being sexist in my reply to agnes? Second, you ARE implying that I'm a plant/shill and that I'm giving out dis-information because if you weren't you wouldn't have even mentioned it. I believe that she WAS being patronising by telling me that I couldn't hear what I said I am hearing, although my intention was not to cause offense. I was simply stating that's what I believed. Maybe YOU have got it wrong. I've already said, and I'll say it again, I can hear what I said I can hear and I don't like being told like a little kid having a bad nightmare that it was just in your mind and that the bogeyman doesn't exist cos' I know he freakin does. As for Alex Jones you're showing your true colours pal, because you dictate that it's okay for me to mention Barrie Trower but not the man who runs the biggest internet radio show on the planet with millions of listeners worldwide, who has been the biggest contributor to the mass awakening to the globalist takeover of our planet. You may not like him, for whatever reason, but you seem to think you can decide for others what they should or should not be checking out for themselves. You resort to Ad Hominem tactics by falsely accusing him and denouncing him without backing it up with any evidence. I think YOU are the shill pal not me.

Gaz
# Posted: 19 Oct 2012 03:08
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Further to my last reply I will add this. I submitted this post for one reason; to find others who can hear what I'm hearing and hopefully give them some relief in knowing they're not on their own but certain elements are already hijacking it by changing the subject matter. In my opinion it's those elements who are the problem rather than the solution, by trying to undermine my original intent, I can't help thinking that they've spat their dummy out. Whatever their reasons I don't really care but maybe they should go and make their own post, let's say about.... Hallbergs study?

Gaz
# Posted: 19 Oct 2012 03:16
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Hey eric generic, if you don't mind me asking, what do those boxes look like and how big or small are they? Have you seen any on tree trunks? I've come across them right next to a primary school in my area. They're in a footpath I use quite often and I've wondered for a while what they were and what they were there for, they look right out of place.

eric generic
# Posted: 19 Oct 2012 21:38
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Guys, guys....let's remember we are all on the same side. Neither of you sound like shills to me. So, let's get back to the subject...

These new mini-mast type installations, Gaz, are small light grey/silver squares, positioned near the tops of street lights or other highway infastructure. They're a bit like the BOSE speak systems that were around a few years back, if I didn't get exactly the same sensations from them as I do other mast installations, I'd have no idea what they were. They must work in the same "relay" fashion as the big mast towers, because they are often positioned at angles which line up to the previous/next one on the street/road.

I've also seen other new paraphenalia attached to the street lights in various villages and towns, some look like cameras but I expect the tiny "wand" like objects are variants on the existing ones which were slightly larger.

EG.

alex
Member
# Posted: 19 Nov 2012 13:16
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Gaz,

'listen love' isn't of itself a sexist remark - but in the context of a forum discussion I felt it was inappropriate as I noted you didn't use it towards anyone else on the forum except the only identifiable woman.

Perhaps I did not use the right words - the right terminology - 8 years of radiation can result in what I call RBR - Radiation Brain Rot - which in my case interferes with the abilitly not only to use the right words but also to even think clearly.

What matters is that you didn't mean to cause offense so it is good that we've moved on.

The computer makes me feel sick now so this will be my last post. I just wanted to say that what you are hearing is similar to what I experienced about 2 years ago, which confirms that you are not alone, and I am sure that there are many people who are experiencing the same thing.

Ireland is a 'Test & Trial' country so the experimentation going on with frequencies is a free for all - even for countries which are not test and trial the air spectrum is now so polluted that all sorts of unintended effects are manifesting.

About two years ago I drove into a small village,Mooncoin, on my way to Waterford, intending to stop at the village shop for some milk and a paper. As I approached the edge of the village - just before the first bus stop - some 600 metres from the shop - a pop song came into my mind - so I started humming it. It was clear and strong and I hummed the tune as one often does when a song comes into your mind. The car radio was off and there was nothing unusual about the fact that I was humming the tune of a song that had just come into my mind.

I drove further along the busy main street of the village, parking my car about 15 metres from the shop. I crossed over the road and entered the Centra shop, still humming the tune.

As I walked in, past the checkout, over to where the papers were, I noticed with a shock that the tune I was humming was playing over the shop loudspeakers, not just the same song, the same bar, the same chord, but note for note I was tuned into the identical same wavelength as the shop sound system was using. My brain had somehow tuned in to the same radio wavelength as the shop's, so that I was getting the same transmission.

Shortly after this I had to abandon using the car - the microwave sickness was affecting my driving.

I had no choice but to start using public transport. What I noticed on the buses was a bad feeling of radiatiion sickness just approaching the same bus stop in the village, the same spot where the tune had come into my head and I have since realised that there must be a mast in that location as it induces feelings of nausea ( not always ) whenever I pass that location.

The pollution of the air spectrum is such that what I heard was a radio transmission signal, confirmed when I entered the shop.

It could be just coincidence but the nausea on the bus in the same location where I heard the tune initially, just beside a sportsfield, indicates that masts or hidden antenna are causing high levels of radiation pollution which is allowing microwave hearing and cross signals to be picked up.

The madness of filling the air with radiation will have to end soon given that all the trees are now dying off. If it doesn't stop we'll be left holding our phones amid a wasteland.

Good luck to you and others on the site - slowly but surely the truth is dawning and the evidence is buildling so change has to come soon.

agnes
# Posted: 20 Nov 2012 01:49
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Gaz.
Yes, you meant to be intimidating.
I just let it rest because:
1). I did not feel it Deserved an answer,
but most importantly
2). I wanted to see your further correspondance and behaviour towards
the other users.

Many of the "Non-descript" names here in this Forum are female, only they use other names to hide their identity and sex, so you will never know who are and who are not, except for me, the owner of this website.

This website does not demand either a membership or an identifiable identity to take part, that is one of our offers to people, as many have been intimidated and bullied because of their Microwave Radiatio Sickness and/or EHS, and therefore do not wish to be identified.

I don´t hide my identity, I have nothing to hide, and I stand in for Everthing on this website.
The buck stops with me!

This is My website, and My Forum, that I offer to people who need help, debate and advice from others in a similar situation, and Unlike Alex I am not to sure you are not an industry plant, we´ve had quite a few at intervals, which we have ruthlessly blocked from using Forum, but we have always been painstakingly honest and told they Why are Unwanted here, as their deceit, baiting and intimidations upset Forums users who are already vulnerable from the Microwave pollution the Industry has put them through. And that I will Not Tolerate!
And we have uncovered the plants through reading their postings, as I have done yours.

So, the ball is in your court now.
Convince me you are Not an Industry Plant!, you can stay.
Agnes Ingvarsdottir

P.S. I am surpriced (and suspicious) to hear, that you have not bothered
to go to a website of Mobile Mast manufacturers to find out What the "Little Gray Boxes" are called, Somehow I am sure you know theyare called "Micro-cells"

Anonymous
# Posted: 28 Nov 2012 12:02
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Please, everyone, read this link
http://pastebin.com/JGiq3nqs
this makes a lot of sense.

And here is a pile of good solid information on the perception of infrasound
http://www.noiseandhealth.org/text.asp?2004/6/23/37/31664

This is NOT a EM effect.

Anonymous
# Posted: 28 Nov 2012 13:01
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In case you have any problem believing that sound can travel these immense distances, take a look at this
https://documents.irf.se/get_document.php?group=Administration&docid=884

The first few sentences give it away.

josie
# Posted: 4 Dec 2012 17:35
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First I am a female and don't mind being called 'love' if anyone can help me!I first heard 'the hum' when I moved into this house in heckmondwike west yorkshire i 2008. Same as everyone else on here, I thought it was a generator as we moved onto a new development. Only realised it was more when the recesion hit and building stopped. Had environmental health - noise polution- out to visit but they don't have anyone who can hear low frequency sounds and they don't have the technology to pick up low frequency either. Only upside was that they told me about 'the hum' and that there had been an investigation into it but nothing more! They also told me that it was heard more by women than by men but I have since read the total opposite!

It is exactly as others say, louder at night, not only a noise but a vibration, constant and can also make me feel physically sick sometimes. When I open the window it cannot be heard outside and I still listen to the house walls and floors to see if I can identify where it comes from. Although I know it is real, I still feel that when the development is complete that the hum may disappear.

I don't want to ask my family to actually listen hard for it because as soon as I heard it I cannot help but hear it and I really hate the constant humming!! Any ideas as to what I should do next would be greatfully recieved.

Josie - Yorkshire

agnes
# Posted: 7 Dec 2012 00:36
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Josie.
The Environmental Health Pollution Department has no excuse for not bringing a Low frequency monitor to your house when you complained.
Here is what they write about the problem on their website:
http://www.environmental-protection.org.uk/noise/environmental-noise/low-frequency-no ise/

If they do not own a monitor, (there might be a case for them to actually buy one, they are Not Expensive , under £. 200.- , so honestly they have no excuse for not having one.
They can be bought from EMF clothing f.inst:
http://emfclothing.com/ps/product.php?id_product=68

The HPA have measured low frequency by windmills, which is the same problem, as they produce similar low frequency hum and you can find their reports on their website.
http://www.hpa.org.uk/servlet/Satellite?c=Page&childpagename=HPAweb%2FPage%2FHPAwebAu toListName&cid=1153999752025&p=1153999752025&pagename=HPAwebWrapper&searchmode=simple &searchterm=low+frequency&go=Search

Lastly, I advice you to use Ofcoms "Sitefinder" to search your postcode to see if there are mobile phone masts near to your home.
These masts account for the Hum and Tinnitus for millions for people worldwide. I also include a link here to Sitefinder.
http://www.sitefinder.ofcom.org.uk/search
You just type your postcode in the box at the right hand top, click search and your area/town etc pops up at street level.

The only masts Not shown on sitefinder are the Tetra masts the fireservice and police use.
I have not found an accable database for those, but they are nasty to the environment they are sited in, and if you live near a police or firestation or maybe a hospital you can be certain they have them installed on the roof.

Best of luck and let us know how you get on.
Best regards.
Agnes Ingvarsdottir.
agnes@mast-victims.org

ericgeneric
Member
# Posted: 7 Dec 2012 03:07
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Agnes, I'm glad that the Sitefinder resource appears to have been updated from earlier in the year; many of the larger masts I sense on my journeys are now showing up, but it still doesn't have the latest, lampost/streetlight mounted types of mini-masts. But it's an improvement, if you can call evidence of these destructive creations an improvement!

EG.

agnes
# Posted: 8 Dec 2012 01:22
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Eric.
There is also the BT "hotspot" website.
http://btopenzone.hotspot-directory.com/results.php
It seems to be resonably opdated, although you never know.
But I would think so, because this is a Commercial Promotion site.
Best regards.
Agnes

hummingears
# Posted: 8 Dec 2012 15:46
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"If they do not own a monitor, (there might be a case for them to actually buy one, they are Not Expensive , under £. 200.- , so honestly they have no excuse for not having one."
"They can be bought from EMF clothing f.inst:
http://emfclothing.com/ps/product.php?id_product=68 "
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Hi Agnes,
I bought that sound meter from Maplin.
N.B. It has a weighted A scale and a weighted C scale.
The C scale will pick up lower frequency sounds than the A scale.
So a higher reading on the C Scale indicates the presence of lower frequencies. BUT the bottom end of the C scale is still 30.5 Hz .
These meters are designed for measuring audible noise.

The instrument is not designed to measure levels of ultrasound or infrasound.
The instrument will not even detect lower frequencies that can cause problems. It will miss the 20 Hz from wind turbines. It will miss the 10 Hz and other frequencies that cause physiological problems.

I asked Maplin if they had a meter for measuring [1] ultrasonic and/or [2] infrasonic frequencies. They don't have a suitable meter.

If the local authority or the HPA turns up to your home or the wind tunbine down the road with a meter just the A scale and the C scale then they are going to miss frequencies that can cause problems!

hummingears
# Posted: 8 Dec 2012 21:09
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1. A good book: 'Wind Turbine Syndrome' by Nina Pierpoint

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2. Article on Wind Turbine Sound Measurements

http://oto2.wustl.edu/cochlea/wt4.html

Wind Turbine Sound Measurements.
"The majority of sound measurements presented to the public by the wind turbine industry are so-called "A-weighted" or dB A measurements.
According to "RenewableUK", the website of the British Wind Energy Association (http://www.bwea.com/ref/noise.html, 11/2/2010) "the noise from wind turbines is very low. Outside the nearest houses, which are at least 300 metres away, and more often further, the sound of a wind turbine generating electricity is likely to be about the same level as noise from a flowing stream about 50-100 metres away or the noise of leaves rustling in a gentle breeze. This is similar to the sound level inside a typical living room with a gas fire switched on, or the reading room of a library or in an unoccupied, quiet, air-conditioned office." They then state that the noise level from a wind farm at 350m is typically 35-45 dB A.
The problem with such measurements is that they totally ignore the large infrasound component of wind turbine noise, which is the component that "bothers the heck out of people".
The A-weighting curve corrects measurements according to the sensitivity of human hearing, de-emphasizing low frequency components for which the ear is insensitive. It is valid to use this correction if hearing the sound is the prime concern, but is not appropriate to use this approach when processes unrelated to hearing (such as whether a low frequency sound affects your ear) are being considered."

More at http://oto2.wustl.edu/cochlea/wt4.html

Also the graph in the article shows how the A Scale, C Scale and G Scale take into account the different frequencies.

Anonymous
# Posted: 9 Dec 2012 02:40
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No sound meter is capable of recording the hum. Infrasound is perceived in a totally different way to normal sound.

http://www.noiseandhealth.org/text.asp?2004/6/23/37/31664

The internet is our enemy. All this misinformation is simply stopping us bringing that class action which is so desperately needed.

It's not just us; poor sleep is linked to obesity, diabetes, ADHD, depression, etc; ALL the modern diseases. It's no coincidence that these have all started since we started putting hardware in low-earth orbit.

Effects of infrasound are sparsely documented on the net but they can explain EVERYTHING wrong with people today.

Anonymous
# Posted: 9 Dec 2012 02:47
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Bristol Hum coincides with Skylab reentry and Windsor, Woodland and Kerry with ISS in very low orbit.

Any wonder it would be hidden by national security? - it is THEIR tools we are talking about.

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