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Blast­ing 100 feet up from a 2-foot­deep hole, this erup­tion is the re­sult of ig­nited mag­ne­sium in­ter­act­ing with ground­wa­ter. It’s roast­ing at about 4,000° Fahren­heit and is silent, ex­cept for a buzz that warns it’s about to blow. Like most of Miller’s cre­ations, it’s best ob­served from a dis­tance.

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