What do EMFs sound like?

In a previous post, I mentioned that in my experience, many individuals who have EMF Sensitivity have extraordinary hearing; we hear EMFs:

“When I was at Allied Signal, one of the systems analysts told me he could hear my monitor, that it made a buzzing sound.  I couldn’t hear anything, nor could anyone else who worked in the area.  I tested him.  I had him move out of sight and would plug and unplug the monitor.  He knew, every time, whether or not it was plugged in because he could hear that buzzing.” – Alan

“I was sleeping on the couch because I’d gotten home late from a business trip and didn’t want to wake everyone up.  Suddenly, I  woke out of a sound sleep.  I knew.  I’d heard that telltale click.  Sure enough, within seconds, the house was shaking.  I couldn’t even get to where my wife was holding the baby at the top of the stairs and screaming.  The stairs were shaking so hard, they were flat.  I’d heard that quake before the shaking even started; it woke me up.” – Patrick

“I had just moved into my apartment in Silicon Valley.  I was exhausted from unpacking and was in a deep sleep.  Something woke me up, a clicking sound.  As I lay there trying to figure out what it was, the blinds started banging against the window and the whole place started to shake.  I’d heard it before it ever started shaking.” -Morgan

“From the time I was a kid, whenever I went into retain stores, I could hear a ringing sound.  Crowley’s was the worst.  It was the alarm systems.  It’s really awful to try and shop while you have a constant low tone ringing in your ears.  When computers are turned on, I hear a high pitched ringing.  The only time I experience peace and quiet is if we lose power.” – Elizabeth

According to Wiki, sound is a travelling wave that is an oscillation of pressure transmitted through a solid, liquid, or gas, composed of frequencies within the range of hearing and of and a level strong enough to be heard, or the sensation stimulated in organs of hearing by such vibrations.  For humans, hearing is normally limited to frequencies between about 12 Hz and 20 kHz, although these limits are not definite.

Buzzing, ringing, clicking. Over and over I hear these words used to describe the sounds made my electromagnetic frequencies that are either above or below the above set limits.  How is this possible?  And more to the point, can we prove it?

The following link shows how researchers were indeed able to prove this phenomenon is real:

http://www.gi.alaska.edu/ScienceForum/ASF7/761.html

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