Since at least the mid 20th century, witnesses around the world have reported hearing a puzzling, consistent humming sound with no identifiable physical source. For decades, a majority of media attention has focused on the so-called Taos Hum, the mysterious buzzing sound heard by many in the desert of Taos, NM. Similar audible phenomena have been reported over vast regions of North America, Europe, and across the globe from South America to Australia. Is the hum physically real, and if so, is the source natural or manmade? In this episode, Thunderblog contributor Jimmy Mikecz offers a compelling summary of the controversial question, including the possibility that the hum is electromagnetic in nature.
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