Scientists Cook Hot Dogs in the Lava of an Erupting Volcano in Iceland
Scientists studying a volcano eruption in south-west Iceland treated themselves to hot dogs, heated in a way that is only possible when 2,000-degree Fahrenheit lava spews from the middle of the Earth. Spectators and the science community have flocked to this volcanic mountain about 19 miles from Reykjavik. This area hasn’t seen a volcanic eruption in 781 years. Inside Edition Digital’s TC Newman has more, including whether the scientists wanted ketchup or mustard on their hot dogs.