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YOWUSA.COM, 13-November-03
Jacco van der Worp
Foreword by Marshall Masters


The Process of Hearing

The human sense of hearing uses an electromechanical process that converts an oscillation in the air via an oscillation of the eardrum into a nerve signal to the brain.


A description of the process can be easily found, as it has been studied at length throughout history.

A good example of a description of it can be found at the online class of Dr. John Knox of the Physics Department of Idaho State University


The ear is made up of three areas: the outer, middle, and inner ear. The outer ear is very important for collecting sound waves.  It is made up of the pinna and the ear canal. The pinna, the actual physical outward appearance of the ear, receives sound waves and begins to funnel them into the ear canal.  The ear canal is also known as the auditory meatus, which is basically a convoluted tube. The next part of the ear, the tympanic membrane, is the beginning of the middle ear.  The eardrum is crucial in the ability to hear.  The tympanic membrane leads to a chain of small bones known as the malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), and the stapes (stirrup).  The stapes is ended with the footplate, a bone that looks like a stirrup. This area is known as the middle ear or the tympanic cavity.  Located at the bottom of this area is the Eustachian tube, which leads down to the throat. Its main purpose is to maintain the equalization of pressure between the tympanic cavity and the atmosphere as the air in the cavity is absorbed by the cells of its surface.  The next area is the inner ear. This area contains many important structures to the hearing process. It begins with the oval window, which is struck by the footplate of the Stapes.  The cochlea is the area where most sound is transmitted from waves into impulses.  Within the cochlea, there are two different types of hair cells. The inner hair cells are innervated by one or two radial fibres and each radial fibre is attached to one or two hair cells whereas the external hair cells have many innervations.

If we try to translate some of this into English while connecting it to a cross-section picture of the ear we see that in the black and white picture the outer ear is labeled (a) through (g, (h) is the ear canal, (i) the eardrum, to which the hammer (l) is connected. This touches the anvil (hard to make out but likely it is (m)). The eardrum, hammer, anvil and the stirrup (k) can better be seen in the colored picture.

cross-section picture of the ear

Together, they transform the movement of the eardrum into an oscillation of the fluid inside the cochlea (snail-shaped organ), which in turn strikes specific hair cells inside its spiraled part.  Different regions of that spiral correspond to different tone pitches we perceive and the nerve signals coming from these hair cells are transmitted towards the auditory center of the brain, where the perception of sound is completed.

Humans hear sounds in the range from roughly 20 Hz to 18,000 Hz, with slight variations in the frequency range from person to person and a slow narrowing of that range with age progressing.

It is interesting to see what exactly happens when the sound wave progresses into the ear. The physical process of converting the oscillating air into an electrical stimulus to the brain is a process in several steps.

The Physics Classroom
The Human Ear: Sound Properties and Their Perception

Understanding how humans hear is a complex subject involving the fields of physiology, psychology and acoustics. In this part of Lesson 2, we will focus on the acoustics (the branch of physics pertaining to sound) of hearing. We will attempt to understand how the human ear serves as an astounding transducer, converting sound energy to mechanical energy to a nerve impulse, which is transmitted to the brain.

As sound travels through the outer ear, the sound is still in the form of a pressure wave, with an alternating pattern of high and low pressure regions.  It is not until the sound reaches the eardrum at the interface of the outer and the middle ear that the energy of the mechanical wave becomes converted into vibrations of the inner bone structure of the ear.

Being connected to the hammer, the movements of the eardrum will set the hammer, anvil and stirrup into motion at the same frequency of the sound wave.  The stirrup is connected to the inner ear; and thus the vibrations of the stirrup are transmitted to the fluid of the middle ear and create a compression wave within the fluid. The three tiny bones of the middle ear act as levers to amplify the vibrations of the sound wave.

The cochlea is a snail-shaped organ, which would stretch to approximately 3 cm. In addition to being filled with fluid, the inner surface of the cochlea is lined with over 20 000 hair-like nerve cells, which perform one of the most critical roles in our ability to hear.

Each hair cell has a natural sensitivity to a particular frequency of vibration. When the frequency of the compressional wave matches the natural frequency of the nerve cell, that nerve cell will resonate with a larger amplitude of vibration.

Keep in mind that the last two statements from the quote above are critically important. The hair cells in the cochlea react to compression waves generated by the three bones connected to the eardrum. These waves move only those hair cells that have a natural frequency that matches them.  These cells will then amplify the wave signal and send out a nerve pulse to the brain. The hair cells in the cochlea will thus react to the audio frequency that came in on the eardrum, as it is transmitted one-to-one into the inner ear. The frequencies present in the ear are therefore a mix of tones within the audible range of the human hearing.  The ear organ will therefore not transmit any tones outside its sensitivity range, and that range is determined by the hair cells in the cochlea.

While this explanation may have been a bit tedious, it serves as a critical foundation for understanding the quake tones Jody hears.

Quake Tones

Quake tones, a much-debated term, are not even always real tones in the sense of audio.  The name describes a collection of phenomena that we have so far mainly associated with the ear.  Many people have had one or more of these phenomena happen to them at one time or another.

Sudden loss of hearing, numbing of one ear, followed by a soft echoing in that ear, gradually letting down again over half a minute to several minutes.  They are but a few of the scala of symptoms experienced by people that seem to have little explanation. A little asking around among friends and colleagues gave a positive result for experiencing these symptoms now and then; they are familiar to most.

Low or high pitched tone, truly sounding like a whistle or music tone, lasting various time spans and varying in loudness.

Sudden loss of balance, this is also connected to the hearing system, as our balance organs are located in both inner ears.


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Again, most people have one of these phenomena happen to them at one time or another, they get surprised, annoyed, then move on after the symptom lets down, but let's take a closer look at what lies beneath these things.  They are a result of something much bigger, more important. Namely, a seismic phenomenon called "slow quaking."

Slow quaking

In his article Volcanoes In California, Idaho, and Pacific Northwest Building Towards Catastrophic Eruptions , Larry Park described how quakes are a culmination of an energy release process from the Earth's crust. This energy process takes place after the crystalline rock begins to crush under the intense forces of tectonics. We call such processes ‘silent quakes' or ‘slow quakes'. This type of Earth activity is much stronger than any quake, even though we don't detect much of it.

YOWUSA.COM, 11-June-2003
Volcanoes In California, Idaho, and Pacific Northwest Building Towards Catastrophic Eruptions

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The Earth's plates are comprised of a complex and dynamic number of systems spanning the globe that interact with each other in subtle ways and over long periods of time. However, the tools we use to observe the plates are at the very skin of earth's crust.  Seismographs do allow us to peek somewhat at physical structures, and earthquakes also give us some glimpse of areas of activity.  But the earth can move large amounts of deep magma silently, where current technology is blind.  For what little we do see at the surface — as notable points below - how much is unseen in the deep subterranean?

The reason we fail to detect much of it is that the energy release is scalar in nature; specialized equipment is needed to detect such energy. From the same article:

What the Debate is About —
Whose Theory Says What

A broken, outdated theory: Imagine a wine glass –representing a fault - in a vise.  The pressure of the vise is from plate movement or plate tectonics.  Given enough pressure, the wine glass shatters.  This is the analogy to ‘brittle fracture' earthquake genesis.

What really happens: Now imagine a powerful opera singer who sings a note at the same resonant frequency of the wine glass.  Reaching a peak resonant power that matches the wine glass ‘tone resonance' will result in the wine glass shattering.  The result is the same, a shattered wine glass or fault (note: pressure in the fault is necessary for this process too)

Prior to large earthquakes, the fault in the earth will resonate powerfully just like the wine glass.  This building process continues until either the wine glass resonant energy is dampened or the final burst of resonance occurs.

What is this energy?  How does it occur?  Some scientists have measured low frequency electromagnetic waves — or like radio waves — prior to earthquakes.  A notable example was Antony Fraser-Smith on the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.  However, this technique is elusive. That is due to the nature of the energy.  Special equipment & sensors are required to detect it where traditional electromagnetic equipment will give very poor results.  The emanations are ‘scalar' and the strength of the energy is very large. 

In the final analysis, it is about picking up the energy frequency with whatever is used to measure it.  Once the detector frequency matches that of the energy released, it detects the signal, otherwise it doesn't. The fact that Jody's hearing abilities were not given to her by an instrument manufacturing company is beside the point. She is a valid receptor and not in terms of her hearing abilities, but also in terms of her ability to understand the impact of precursor resonance on her body.

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