Hi, I just found this site after googling tinnitus tonight. I've had intermittent T since I was 8 or 9. Always a high pitched whine that went away. Between 2005 and 2007, I noticed I was hearing a soft sound almost all the time, but it was masked by living in a busy area of town. As recently as a year and a half ago, after moving from SA, TX to middle Georgia, I started hearing 3-5 distinctly different pitches, some high, some mid range, and simultaneously and in both ears, though slightly different in each ear. In the past 6 mos, I've experienced fluttering in my left ear, clicking, and tonight a low frequency hum in my left ear I've never heard before that sent me in search of answers. I can thankfully tune everything out during the day, but at night when it's quiet, I hear it constantly. Its strange, but I feel like it kind of keeps me company. (Weird, huh?) Curiously, I went to Vegas for the first time in April this year. In my hotel room at the Luxor, I noticed I had absolutely no tinnitus at all, but as soon as I got home, I could hear it again. Has anyone else noticed that your tinnitus goes away uncertain geographical locations? Are there any studies related to geographical areas or humidity or other unusual correlations? My conspiracy theory infatuated brain wonders if there is a link between tinnitus and all the electronic clutter bouncing around from satellites, cell towers, radio waves, etc. I just keep asking myself why I didn't have it in Vegas and why it's worse in GA than it was in TX.