G10.2.1. Humming noises generated by the Magnocraft during the throbbing mode...
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G10.2.1. Humming noises generated by the Magnocraft during the throbbing mode of operation

There exists a number of effects caused by the propulsion of Magnocraft, which appear only in the throbbing mode of operation described above. The most common of these effects are "humming noises". Depending on the mechanism of their formation, these humming noises can be classified to two opposite groups, namely to (1) acoustic noises, and to (2) magnetic “as if noises”.
The acoustic humming noises are similar to the characteristic buzzing of high voltage transformers, but with a higher tone (rather like a flying bumblebee) because of the higher frequency of field pulsation. The generating of such sounds depends on the induction of electrical currents in conductive objects found within the range of the vehicle’s pulsating field. The currents induced in these conductive objects produce around them kinds of their own magnetic fields which interact with the Magnocraft's pulsating field. As a result, these own magnetic fields cause the conductive objects from the vicinity of the Magnocraft to vibrate at the same frequency as the vehicle's pulsating field. Accordingly, these sound waves are produced by the conductive objects which are present in the Magnocraft's environment, not by the Magnocraft itself (after all, the vehicle is made of material which is resistant to the induction of currents).
Magnetic humming “as if noises”. These appear not in the ear, but in the head (mind) of the listener. So they have an unreal character. Their “sound” is more metallic from real
sounds, and approximately resembles grate of irons. One of the unusual properties of these magnetic humming “as if noises” is that they spread electro-magnetically with the speed of light (not the speed of sound) and thus they can be heard instantly, regardless of the distance at which a Magnocraft appears.
One of the best examples of such immediate hearing of this magnetic “as if noise”, which was confirmed later through real hearing the same sound effect after an ordinary sonic wave arrived to listeners, is described in subsection I1 of monograph [5/3] (see over there the description of a double hearing of magnetic explosion of UFO vehicles over Tunguska in Central Siberia in 1908).
Some people may develop a hyper-sensitivity of a nerve inside their ears to “hear” such magnetic “as if sounds”. This hyper-sensitivity allows them to perceive the magnetic vibrations of a Magnocraft at a long distance. These people at some stage find themselves very close to propulsors of an operational Magnocraft-like vehicle (i.e. a UFO – see subsection P2). Thus, the pulsating magnetic field from these propulsors caused some kind of permanent changes in their brains, causing in this way them to be later especially sensitive for any similar magnetic vibrations. These people may later hear such humming “as if sounds” when a Magnocraft-like vehicle approaches them, even if they can't see it and no one else hears any noise. The close presence of such a vehicle these people “hear” like a kind of metallic creak, or squeak, brawl, buzzing, or humming, that appears deeply inside of their ears, or just a single ear. In the majority of cases these people may believe that the noises they unexpectedly experience result from an unrecognized medical problem. But the aware knowledge of their extraordinary capability, can be extremely useful as it gives to them (and to other people nearby) a chance for remote sensing of the approaching Magnocraft-type vehicle (i.e. a UFO). Thus such people become one of the most accurate, intelligent, detectors of Magnocraft-like vehicles (UFOs), that without any error always recognize the appearance of these vehicles in their vicinity.
The above should be complemented with the information, that these magnetic “as if sounds” induced magnetically directly inside of the head of a listening person without employing his/her ears, are already a subject of vital inventions and developmental works. This is because they allow to develop hearing aids for people with damaged ears (i.e. for people completely deaf). Such hearing aids allow to induce sounds directly inside of the head of deaf person, with omitting the damaged ears of this person. So in spite of a biological damage to the ears, such a person still is able to hear. The Dutch researcher who works on the development of just such devices, which he calls "neurophone", is Dr Patrick Flanagan. Contact with him can be obtain ed through his representative for England, Donald P. Walton, 12, Chatsword Road, Bournemout, BH8 8SW, England. It is shocking how many previously unknown for humanity directions of the development can be open if people become interested in new technologies that are indicated by the operation of Magnocraft-like vehicles (UFOs).

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