Kawika Singson published this video nearly two years ago, but it has only gone viral now with over 750,000 new views! Somehow, the camera-person was able to get their GoPro camera right up to the spot where molten hot lava was spilling into the ocean.
Not to be dark and depressing, but a test was done to see if a person would float when jumping from a great height into lava. In normal circmstances, due to its high density, a person would generally be expected to remain on the surface of lava.
At first it seems like a good way to dispose of trash. The volcano eats up the bag no problem. But then it seems the great mountain is angered by our trash, and starts to seriously bubble. Oh, boy. They’ve gone and upset the volcano gods now.
The ten day old video published by Photovolcanica stands with over 210,000 views.
The sight of surging, bubbling lava pouring out from Mother Earth are hard to come by. Lucky for us, Leigh Hilbert was daring enough to embark and record huge surges of lava flowing down the steep cliffs of Kilauea’s Pu`u O`o Volcano in Hawiia. The video is featured on YouTubeTrends.