We are not talking about hearing EM waves, we are talking about sound that is produced by the high frequency circuits, and their related transformers, in the equipment mentioned here. This issue probably relates the range of hearing for each person. Some people can hear the really high frequencies and other people can't.Imparcticle said:So everyone is capable of detecting (with ears) EM waves from the tv? I hear it so much its perefectly normal. I didn't think it was anything special.
There has been some rumor that pulses of microwaves can cause clicking sounds in someone's head, but this is mostly based on alleged X-KGB documents. When the X-Soviet collapsed, allegedly, many of the KGB files hit the black market and were available to the highest bidder. I have seen several reports about this that claim the soviets were working on such technology, but it is just as possible, at least, that this is completely bogus. Obviously the motivation is clear. If you could produce clicks in someones head, you could also string the clicks together for sending secret messages to a target. If you hear about these claims you should take them very lightly at best. There is no way to know if these documents are genuine.
The short of it is that we don't know how to produce a sound in someone's head by using EM. If this can be done it is largely unrecognized; as far as I know. One reason I mention this is that I may have seen one credible report about this but I just can't be sure. Someone here in the US may have duplicated these results...