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The world’s loudest sound caused shock waves 100,000 times that of a hydrogen bomb

The loudest sound ever recorded shattered the eardrums of sailers over 50 kilometres away, sent shock waves around the world several times over, and could be heard clearly by 50 geological locations covering over 10 percent of the globe. On 27 August 1883, the Earth made the loudest noise in recorded history. Emanating from the

Dangerous New Eruption at Sumatra’s Sinabung Volcano

Sinabung volcano Eruption Superheated ash and gas flowing down the slopes of Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano signals the intensity of eruptions may be increasing at the fiery mountain, according to local officials. More than 5,000 people have been evacuated from towns and villages in North Sumatra’s Karo Regency since Mount Sinabung awoke in October after a