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Gateway to Hell!
In the heart of the Karakum desert of Turkmenistan the Darvaza Gas Crater or The Burning Gates give off a glow that can be seen from miles away during the dark night. The large crater is a result of a Soviet gas exploration accident in the 1950’s. It was created when a Soviet drilling rig was drilling for natural gas fell into an underground cavern resulting in a crater which today measures roughly 60 meters in diameter and 20 meters deep. The huge crater was set alight shortly after being discovered and has been burning ever sinse. The smell of burning sulfur can be detected from a distance and becomes quite strong as you near the hot edge of the crater.
photography  Fire  photos  turkmenistan 
march 2009 by andrewducker
Ruben's Tube
Or "how physics should be taught"
fire  fun  physics  science  video 
november 2006 by andrewducker
Dance Dance Immolation
DDR hacked so that huge jets of flame spurt out when you miss. Played from withing protective clothing, of course
explosions  technology  games  fire 
november 2006 by andrewducker

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