This post takes this topic far out on a limb. It’s vaguely related to the topic of tinnitus, but it’s slightly different and has a geographical angle. And, I readily admit that this could take us far off-topic.
I’m wondering if any of the Hums, mystery booms, or other unexplained noises correlate in any way with quantum research or the Mandela Effect.
Mostly, I’m looking at this from a geography standpoint.
These could be:
- Where reported events (the alternate ones) tend to take place.
- Where people were when they discovered a changed memory.
- Gateways, portals, etc., if we’re actually sliding from one reality to the next and each is accessed geographically. (Please note that I said “if.” This topic takes us far into speculation.)
So, this topic is for discussions about potential “markers” or other correlations that connect sound with geography, and might have a bearing on the Mandela Effect.
I wouldn’t dismiss ley lines, “vile vortices,” or other theories that might have a bearing on specific and relevant Mandela Effect topics… but only if this is clearly relevant.
I’d also consider anything that seems like triangulation, but — again — only if it’s linked to something we’ve discussed, related to the Mandela Effect.
If you’d like to explore this on your own, the following are some starting points.
The first is called “the Hum.” It’s a sound people hear and believe it’s occurring outside themselves. In other words, people usually distinguish it from tinnitus, even if skeptics want to default to that explanation.
For maps and more information, see the World Hum Map and Database. It’s impressive.
A partial description from that site: “The sound is called the Worldwide Hum. The classic description is that it sounds like there is a truck idling outside your home. For some people, it is a deep and distant droning bass tone. Some people perceive the sound as a rumbling noise. The sound is louder indoors than outdoors, and louder late at night than during the afternoon.”
Then there are the “mystery booms.” They’ve been charted on a Google map: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zkyG3w_e9ris.kWAd9U3_Lo60&hl=en_US
If you’re intrigued by them, you’ll find all kinds of information, online. My favorite may be the one that correlates the booming noises in America with Walmart locations. I’m not kidding; someone really studied that: http://allnewspipeline.com/Underground_Tunnels_Unexplained_Booms.php
Other Strange and Unexplained Sounds
Finally, here’s a related, very sparse map that shows YouTube references to strange sounds: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zpVqaJcHTfP8.ko1krTPsSFJU&hl=en_US Locations are: Bismarck, ND – West, TX 76691 – West, TX 76691 – Weslaco, TX – Troy, MI – Monroe, MI – Redondo Beach, CA – Austin, TX – New York, NY.
Does anyone see a correlation between “the Hum” and other strange noises, and where they occur, and the Mandela Effect?
It might be worth looking into the frequencies of those noises, if any have been recorded or otherwise evaluated.
This may be relevant… or it might not. I’m undecided, but wanted to distinguish the Hum and related sounds from the tinnitus that 5% – 10% of people experience… and, in higher percentages, those of us who have alternate memories.