This Is What Happens When You Pour Lava Over Ice

August 27, 2012


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.

  • 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...

  • Mighty Molecule

    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


  • 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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