The Taos Hum

Let us consider for a moment The Taos Hum.

For those that are not familiar with the Taos Hum. The Taos Hum is a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming noise heard by residents of Taos, New Mexico.

Residents describe it as sounding like “a diesel truck idling in the distance”. Some people hear the Hum continuously, but others perceive it periodically. For some people, the perceived hum can represent a faint sound and a mild annoyance.

For others who perceive the hum or vibrations more intensely it represents a nuisance that can seriously interfere with daily activities.

A common problem associated with the hum is a lack of sleep. The hum can keep some people awake or wake them in the middle of the night. Such cases have given rise to the expression “Hum sufferers.”

In the early 1990s residents in and around Taos, New Mexico and soon became known to the American public. The University of New Mexico was ask to investigate complaints from many citizens living near the town of Taos, New Mexico.

This caught the attention of the media and the Taos Hum was born. In other areas the hum is labeled by the location like the Bristol Hum. Unxplainable low frequency hums tend to be reported in different parts of the world such as Taos, Hawaii, New Zealand, and Europe just to name a few.

Well what the heck is going on!

There are many theories on what the hum might be. In the case of Kokomo, Indiana, the source of the hum was thought to have been traced to two sources. The first was fans in a cooling tower at the local Chrysler plant emitting a 36 Hz tone. The second was an air compressor at the Haynes plant emitting a 10 Hz tone. Seems to me this is possible. Audio frequencies my be able to mix and create a third frequency. When this happens with radio frequencies it is called inter-modulation distortion.

Other possible causes include:

Man-made noises

Infrasound made by geological events

Pulsed microwaves

Electromagnetic waves caused by meteors

Extremely low frequency communications systems

Ionospheric heating systems


The tensor tympani muscle making the eardrum tremble

So as you can see this phenomena is much larger than we can cover in a single blog post. It is however something that might be the focus of further examination. My best advice at this point is if this subject appeals to you them “Go forth upon the web and reap the copious amount of the instant information available on this subject.” I know I will be trying to find out more.

Of course, I currently have my own theory. I feel the Taos Hum can be explained as a military black project to communicate with crypto terrestrials at a U2 / Joe Walsh rock concert inside their secret base / spaceport at the center of the hollow Earth or it could just be my neighbors rolling boom box making its way through my neighborhood.

But that is just my theory.

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Who’s Rights?

(Originally posted on Facebook November 11, 2015)

Ok, I’m tired of this. I am tired of people attacking the faith of others. No, not the faith of others. The faith of Christians. You don’t see Atheists attacking Buddhist or Jews. They don’t outright attack Islam. Probably they would get their ass kicked but they are always on board to attack any Christian because of their faith.

I don’t tread on your right to be an Atheist in public or in schools. Why is it such a big deal to you what I believe? I re-posted a picture the other day of a child with a board in front of them that said “Dear Atheist, If you don’t believe in God why do you care if I pray to him”. The one Atheist that spoke up responded “Because you will grow up thinking that it is OK to attempt to suppress the rights of people who disagree with your religious influenced views.”. What rights? Tell me.

I can’t pray at a public assembly. My children and grandchildren can’t pray in school. WHAT RIGHTS? There is currently a battle going on in Childress Texas where the Freedom FROM Religion Foundation is trying to get “In God We Trust ” removed from the police cars in that city. Why? The Police Chief has told them to “go fly a kite”. Since more and more police departments are adding the motto of the Units to their fleets, the FFRF might just find themselves pretty busy in the years to come.

Indecently, The first amendment to the constitution reads.

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

Looks like the Atheist are walking all over our rights. I don’t see the Atheist running down to take the Code of Hammurabi out of the libraries but you cant even have a plaque or monument with the Ten Commandments in a public area. I wonder how long it will be before you cant have the Ten commandments, Angels, or crosses in a graveyard.

So Atheist, you need to get your business straight. I understand that you don’t want to be reminded what is at the end of the road. Let me ask you which is a better bet. Betting on something that might be true and finding out its not or betting against something that might be true and it turns out that it is. You decide.

Now a short note to the Christians. If you are as fed up as I am lets do something about. I propose that we start a foundation for our own self defense since the Atheist are gunning for us and there is strength in numbers. I say we start the “Legalize Christianity Foundation” and take back our first amendment right to the freedom of religion. If we get enough people on board we can turn the tide maybe we could start a Facebook group. Don’t forget to Like, Share, or re-post this wherever you like.

So make sure you take a little time to contemplate my theses words and shut the hell up.

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