Did You Know!
The world's quietest room is located at Orfield Laboratories in Minnesota, USA. Known as an anechoic chamber, it is designed to absorb almost all sound and minimize external noise. The room is so quiet that staying inside can be disorienting and even uncomfortable for some people. The extreme quietness can cause people to hear their own heartbeat, blood circulation, and even the sound of their own organs. It serves as a unique space for research on sensory perception and can provide insights into how humans experience sound and silence.