In case you somehow missed it, Hawaii's Kilauea volcano started erupting last Thursday, leaving molten paths of destruction on the Big Island near the community of Leilani Estates. The eruption was followed by a 6.9 magnitude earthquake on Friday. CNN reports that 35 structures, including 26 homes, have already been destroyed.
An online media company called WXChasing has been able to get a few up-close videos of what's happening there, including this timelapse dash cam footage of hot lava crossing a road and completely enveloping a parked white Ford Mustang.
If you have the means, please consider donating money to the Red Cross to help victims of the disaster.
Watch as two houseplants, and Oxalis and a Maranta, move throughout a 24-hour period in this cool timelapse video by Instagrammers houseplantjournal. Watch it in its entirety here. If you liked that one, watch this from a few years ago. It shows a plant come back to life after watering it: (Geekologie)
Adrien Manduit (previously) returns with a breathtaking timelapse of galaxies as viewed from Teneriffe.
Longtime Burning Man enthusiast and video maker Mark Day shares “A quickie iPhone hyperlapse of some Burning Man 2018, including some lovely robots, as befits the “iRobot” theme.”
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