Writing that down....I just snap my fingers and then repeat the word/phrase correctly and continue on. That makes it easy to find the mistake and delete it.
Do you have any lamp dimmers in with you or Compact Fluorescent Lamps? Regular tube-type fluorescent bulbs? There is a significant portion of the noise at 60Hz and 120Hz typical of a US location. Lamp Dimmers can make noise with tungsten (old fashioned) bulbs. Many of my CFLs create a buzzing sound. I'm phasing them out. LED lights are usually desirable, or run tungsten bulbs at full brightness.
Are you on a laptop? can you run it on battery power and disconnect the shore power adapter for a test?
Many consumer USB microphones take shortcuts with noise prevention and allow sub-sonic noises to get through. Yours does that. Yours has significant noise tones down at thunder and earthquake rumble—but of course, you can't hear them. The Noise Measurement System can hear them and they can mess up a recording "for no apparent reason." Unless you know where to look.
The first step in the correction suite, Equalize > Low Rolloff for Speech can get rid of most of it, but there's still stuff left over.
I'm on a larger machine now and I'm ripping apart the noise to see if there's anything else that can be done. I couldn't make noise conformance, either.