Loudest 'Pop Rocks' Chorus

United States Reflections of Christ Student Ministry

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Lake City, Florida, United States / April 11, 2011

Using only Pop Rocks, the Reflections of Christ Student Ministry created a symphonic sound that reached 72.7 decibels, a new world record.

The record was set on April 3, 2009 in Lake City, Florida. Dustin Busscher was present to witness and document the feat.

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  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    So weird. I love it.

  • United States Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    For those referencing the 72 decibel level, at one moment in the video the reading on the screen DOES jump to 72, but I believe the reason that happened was because at that exact moment the person holding the device fumbled with it slightly. Decibels are measured on a logarithmic scale, meaning that a sound measured at 50 decibels is ten TIMES louder than a sound measured at 40 decibels, Every 3 db's represents the volume doubling. So, the fact that the number given here is almost an entire order of magnitude above what is claimed in the video is quite significant.

  • 64=72? cat=dog?

  • Yeah this wasn't very well documented...

  • 64 and 72 are way different

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