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Most people come to this site because they have searched for information on a strange humming or rumbling sound whose source they cannot find. Many of them are surprised and relieved to find out that they are not alone and that they are experiencing a worldwide phenomenon that scientists and the public call the Hum. This is the same famous Hum that has afflicted residents of Bristol, England; Taos, New Mexico; Kokomo, Indiana. The classic description of the Hum is that of a truck engine idling outside one’s home. Some describe it as a low throbbing drone or deep bass note. The noise is usually louder indoors than outdoors, and louder at night. Some hums are caused by obvious sources, such as large industrial sites, mines, electrical substations, and so on. If you are not sure if you are hearing The Hum, do not enter data until you have taken a few moments to read this. This is an open-source scientific study about The Hum, and not a place to complain about noises that have obvious pinpoint sources, such as loud music, metallic sounds from a wrecking yard, etc.