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On August 27th 1883, a little-known volcanic island, between Java and Sumatra, blew up with a bang that was heard over 3,000 miles away. The explosion was equal to 3,000 of the atom bomb that destroyed Hiroshima. The actual eruption killed very few people. But the 100-foot high seismic waves that followed the big bang wiped out villages and jungle on the surrounding mainland for miles around, drowning 36,000 people.
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