What is the World Hum?
The Hum is a mysterious low pitch noise that bothers up to 2% of people worldwide. It’s been annoying residents in San Francisco’s Sunset District, where recently there’s been an outbreak of reports. In this story, we demystifies this strange global phenomenon.
What is causing the hum?
In 2015, a team of French scientists proposed that the Hum was caused by ocean waves extending down to the ocean floor, and shaking the Earth as they collided with ridges and continental shelves.
Why did I hear a ringing in my ear?
Tinnitus is usually caused by an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, an ear injury or a problem with the circulatory system. For many people, tinnitus improves with treatment of the underlying cause or with other treatments that reduce or mask the noise, making tinnitus less noticeable.
Does Earth make a noise?
Earth’s Hum: Scientists Record the Very Sound of Earth—but Don’t Know Why It Happens. First proposed in the 19th century, scientists have been trying to record the Earth’s hum since 1959. The Earth expands and contracts very slightly all the time, creating a steady sound that’s inaudible to human ears.
What is the Bristol Hum?
The Bristol Hum is an unexplained phenomenon which has intermittently irritated some Bristolians since the 1960s. The low-pitched noise has prompted a range of scientific theories, but there is no consensus on the cause.
What is the Windsor Hum?
The Windsor Hum is a mysterious, low frequency rumbling that was first heard in 2011, near Windsor, Ontario, Canada. It seems to be coming from an industrial island called Zug Island that sits between Windsor and Detroit. The island is home to a steel mill, which some people have blamed for the noise.
What is strange strange sounds?
Strange Sounds is a community website featuring all amazing, strange, unprecedented and unexplained phenomena occurring around the world.
What is the apocalyptic noise heard from the skies?
NASA Finally Explains the Origin of the Apocalyptic Noise Heard from the Skies! This is a “background noise” coming from the earth itself and it occurs all the time. Several days ago, we published the story about the eerie trumpet sound heard in different countries around the world.
What is the origin of the strange noises coming from space?
Some have doubted the authenticity of the recordings, but no one has ever explained the origin of the noise–until now. The National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) explained that neither angels nor aliens have anything to do with the event. In fact, they said that these noises are but a natural phenomenon that occur all the time.
What is the creepiest sound you’ve ever heard?
Perhaps the creepiest sound has been the oft-reported omnipresent trumpet horns played in eerie musical patterns. Sounds made up, doesn’t it? But it’s actually one of the most empirically documented mysteries of the modern era. If this is the first you are hearing of it, buckle your seat belt because you’re in for a wild ride….