well, i feel educated.
|Shoebox Joe |
This made me tense as hell. I was expecting the lava to explode and cover the entire viewing audience.
Especially when it poured into the hole.
come on, you even take the description from buzzfeed?
Ive always wanted to see this. It was more awesome than I had anticipated! Rock bubbles! Also why no shot of someone standing on it a day later when it's safe? I want macro shots!
One babble appeared.
there is something deeply sinister about the phrase "Syracuse University Lava Project"
I did not expect to see ice on fire.
This reminds me of the time me and my friends decided to heat a penny up with a lighter until it turned red, then set an ice cube on top of it on a glass table top.
....yeah, don't try that one, kids.
|Caminante Nocturno |
This is absolutely beautiful.
There's a power ballad here somewhere.
|Spike Jonez |
|Modern Angel |
A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE, AMIRITE GUYS?
|Hugo Gorilla |
I think this is how Joutenhem was created.
You're supposed to SALT the ice, not BASALT it.
sure is things
fucking things are stupid
you dont deserve that moniker, maru
I wish I knew if those bubbles would survive the cooling process. And, if so, how to transport something like this into a fine arts show.
I solved this one in Dwarf Fortress a few years ago.
looks like a clutch of Alien eggs.
It looks like Norfair.
|That guy |
The two great tastes that taste great together.
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