The Windsor Hum’s location has not yet been determined (by April 2014). The Canadian Federal Government has had the final scientific report since January 2014, but they are supposedly not releasing the report until July 2014. I don’t understand why it would take that long to release a finished report. I’ve tried to contact the government on this matter and there is still no reply…
A turn of events:
Many people suspect that US Steel is/was making the noise, but USS has been shutdown on Zug Island (or it was put in an idle state) since a roof collapse happened at their Ecorse, MI facility in March. Yet..people in Windsor and Lasalle are STILL hearing noises!! so what does that say? If it’s not Zug who is it?
A short chronology of USS problems within the last few months:
1) ECORSE, Mich. (WJBK) - December 2013
An explosion Sunday at a steel plant in Ecorse killed one worker and injured two others. The accident happened overnight at U.S. Steel Great Lakes Works.
2) ECORSE, Mich. (WJBK) - A giant pipe has collapsed the roof of a building in Ecorse. - March 2014
3) U.S. Steel idled half of its domestic capacity after a fatal accident at an Ecorse plant and unusually icy conditions on Lake Michigan delayed raw-material shipments to another facility - April 2014
Read more: http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/story/24227029/explosion-kills-steel-worker-injures-two-others#ixzz2yJSHiqkp
Hums, and other noises are still being heard full force. Is it Zug? Is it a combination of Zug, and something else? Do all the frequencies collide creating a orchestra of noise? …is it something else altogether? Why is everything louder than it was before?
This documentary has been looking into all of these questions, and carefully examining and investigating the variables. The report may or may not clear up some of this confusion, but it’s important to see what it says.