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What was the loudest sound in mankind’s history?

If you think 100 dB is twice as big as 50 dB, you’re wrong. — it’s much, much louder.
That’s because decibels are essentially a logarithmic scale.
this means that,
a sound at 20 dB is 10 times more intense than a sound at 10 dB.
30 dB is 100 times more intense than a sound at 10 dB.
70 dB is 1 000 000 times more intense than a sound at 10 dB.
Now that we know all that, let’s look at the loudest sounds.

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