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This Is What Happens When You Pour Lava Over Ice

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SPOILER: It doesn't explode :(

This is a video from Syracuse University of some homemade lava with a temperature of around 1371°C (~2500°F) being poured over a six-foot slab of ice. Personally, I think it looks like a cheese pizza but that's just me and I haven't had anything to eat today except a breakfast bar. So yeah, lava on ice. Pretty neat, Syracuse, but I've seen Disney on Ice so it's gonna be hard to top that.

Hit the jump for the video.

There are Comments.
  • High School: "If it catches on fire, your expelled!"

    Syracuse University: "Here's some fucking lava, have fun!"

  • TheRamblingCrab

    That's 8 minutes of my life I'll never get back...

  • MightyMolecule

    looks like what comes out of me the morning after a night of drinking blue moon. those belgian ales are the devils work.

  • Max Baldwin

    Where did they get hot lava near or around Syracuse University? That means they had to ship that stuff. Can you Fedex lava?

  • President_Taft

    Hailfire peaks

  • Michael Jones

    I ate some chilli peppers once and had the same reaction.

  • No Lost Planet reference? I am disappoint.

  • daiya

    So, are those bubbles made out of obsidian? Because that's freaking cool if so.

  • Charlie Coralejo

    That's one way to make obsidian.

  • lorobird

    Quick! To the Wall!!

  • Mo Alexander

    Who's the girl that just won't shut up. In fact there's a lot of chatter. STFU

  • n_a_a_s

    posted on ogrish - that's what was left of pizza the hut after he died in spaceballs

  • SausageClaus

    Pause at 3:24 for lava cock

  • nickanderson1991

    What was your mother like?

  • SausageClaus

    Hmmm...humble.

  • Garrett Spicer

    How about Lava vs dry ice?

  • Well, most likely it WOULD explode.

  • Guest

    I would of love to see that. :D
    (add some capsule potassium for that bigger boom)

  • Andrew St. Andrew

    Ah Syracuse, my home town. It's always covering in ice or snow. Seems they are finding alternatives to salting the roads. =P

  • Jacob Floyd

    So that's what the inside of a Hot Pocket looks like.

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