From Borderland Sciences Research
Borderland Sciences "HUM" Research
The HUM represents several simultaneous anomalies for those well versed in the lore of natural anomalies, an audio phenomenon which challenges the very basic notions of sense, perception, and world process.
- File:HUM1.wav — in order to really experience this, you will need to play it back through some kind of sub-woofer assembly. Ours is a simple bass-reflex enclosure designed for a frequency range of 14 to 110 Hz.
- File:HUM2x.wav — this one is transposed in pitch so that you can hear it with computer speakers, although headphones would be best.
- Diagram of Apparatus used to record the HUM (1996)
Articles of Interest
- "Nocturnal Disturbances and the Infrasonic HUM" by Gerry Vassilatos
- "Infrasound" by John D. Cody
- "The Sonic Weapon of Vladimir Gavreau" by Gerry Vassilatos
- "Hearing Through Wires: The Physiophony of Antonio Meucci" by Gerry Vassilatos