These are the loudest GIFs on the Internet. Found on popular sites like Reddit, the following noisy GIF images make no actual sound but seem like there is. We dare you to look at these images without hearing various noises like "Boom," "Pow," "Crash," and "Hi-Yah! Some of these noisy GIFs take you right in the middle of the action, from a semi barreling down the highway and hitting car, to the loud roars of a space shuttle just seconds before lift-off. There are also animated image files below that contain captions that bring the GIF to life. Our brains are filling in the sound associated with these visuals, which shows the impact that Hollywood and the media have on our thoughts. Some GIFs on the list have subtitles that lets the images "speak" for themselves or you can simply understand what their mouths say and fill in the audio with your imagination. The sounds these GIFs make are obviously just an illusion a really cool illusion and others might hear something different, although we doubt it. Enjoy the following loudest GIFs found on the Web and up vote for your favorites.
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By Harry Pettit For Mailonline. Internet users have been left baffled by a silent animation that you can 'hear'. The Gif shows a huge electricity pylon jumping over power lines like a skipping rope, causing the screen to 'shake' each time it lands. Does anyone in visual perception know why you can hear this gif? The Gif shows an electricity pylon jumping over power lines like a skipping rope, causing the screen to 'shake' each time it lands.
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Short looping images called animated GIFs seem to be everywhere on the internet, flickering as ads or serving as social media reactions. Though all GIFs are silent, that doesn't stop some people from hearing them. The illusion strikes some people when they see certain moving images, Firth explains. In the non-digital world, there is enough noise accompanying visual stimuli that it can be difficult to figure out when a sound that shouldn't be there is heard. But when GIFs make noise in the slightly more controlled realm of computer-mediated interactions, people started noticing. As the central pylon leaps over the swinging power lines of the two outer pylons, the landscape judders — just as one would expect if a large, metal tower was capable of jumping and landing nearby. But DeBruine asked via Twitter : "Does anyone in visual perception know why you can hear this gif?