Interesting facts, sounds loader than 194 dB have waves so large that the create a vacuum between them, so anything with more energy than that will create shock waves, essentially pushing air away.
Also, decibels are measured algorithmically, so 1100 dB is the energy of 10 dB to the 109th power, which is a LOT more than a supernova (440 dB), but still not nearly as powerful as your mom's queefs.
@NotSpam, damn I loved this whole comment
@NotSpam, what does algorithmically mean? (actual question)
@WickedStyx, I meant to say logarithmically! As in a logarithmic scale. There are different kinds, but it basically means that each increase of 1 dB is a multiple of the number before it in absolute values (in this case, about 1.26). It helps measure values that are very very small and very very large, which helps explain why a lawnmower is 85 dB and a supernova is 440
@NotSpam, so basically, 11 decibels is 26% louder than 10, and that’s the general scale?
I didnt realize that me eating chips at 2am next to my sleeping wife could do that!
*baby Shaggy voice* Are you challenging me!?!?
This isnt enough to destroy the galaxy, it's not even enough to be one of the biggest black holes that exist lol
Dads sneezing be like
I feel like this is less than accurate, and another reason journalism should stay away from science
My farts after burrito night