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nature transforming landscape by christina v
November 7, 2011, 1:47 am
Filed under: Christina

This experiment is to show how through the burst of lava, either overground or underwater, earth’s landscape is transformed. This process is opposite to the earthquakes or tsunami’s destruction, as ground is eventually building up. Below you can see the different forms the “lava” took when in contact with ground, water and ice.
For this experiment the substitute of lava was paraffin wax, as it is as well a thixotropic material, and sand was used for ground. Water and ice, as themselves.

P.S.: There are also videos on the way. And sorry for the delay, my computer was entertaining me by crushing again.. 😀

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