1. Lava Pour No. 5

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    Syracuse University Lava Project Interested? A free online course starts April 7th http://syracuseu.coursesites.com/ On January 22, 2011, the fifth lava pour took place using the #700 gas fired tilt furnace operated by the SU Sculpture Program. This 610lb pour was the most successful to date in terms of material consistency, volume, duration of pour, viscosity, duration of flow, structure of flow, etc. The lava was poured on to a 6” thick block of ice measuring 3.5’ by 10’. This pour was conducted for Prof. Ben Edwards, Dickinson College Earth Sciences Department. Prof. Edwards is a specialist in the area of lava and ice interaction. On February 12, 2011, Pour No. 6 will take place on a large block of ice and through a series of ice tunnels. The SU Lava Project is a joint research venture between SU Earth Sciences and SU Sculpture. For further information please contact Prof. Robert Wysocki, SU Sculpture at rjwysock@syr.edu or Dr. Jeffrey Karson, SU Earth Sciences at jakarson@syr.edu Syracuse University & Jenny Wysocki Copyright © 2014

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    • B&P Cook Out

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      British art and design duo Bompas & Parr traveled to Syracuse, New York, in late June to give our lava a go at cooking—grilling ribeye over 2,100 degrees Fahrenheit lava. The flash seared steaks were delicious beyond imagination!

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      • Mayfest 2013

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        Re-live the thrills and excitement of Syracuse University's Mayfest 2013 that stretched from house parties on Euclid Avenue to concerts in Walnut Park. Produced by Luke Rafferty with additional help by Melanie Deziel for TheNewsHouse.com. For more on Mayfest 2013, visit http://www.thenewshouse.com/story/bounce-houses-beer-and-glitter-make-mayfest-2013-memories

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        • Test No.3: Making a continuous lava flow with a coke-fired iron furnace. Its a Volcano.

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          This short pour of 200lbs of lava was heated/fueled by coke, compressed air, and a little oxygen. This is a major development toward the goal of creating a geomorphologically accurate lava field. By switching from the gas-fired to coke-fired furnaces the cost of the project as a whole dropped 60%, now its feasible and I've solved the problem of the intermittent pours from the gas-fired furnace. By using the coke-fired furnace to produce lava, a continuous flow of lava is created; only ceasing if not recharged. It's a volcano or at least a volcanic vent. The coke-fired furnaces I've started to build will accommodate greater lava/basalt/coke loads, by a factor of 4. Stay tuned, I'll have a working model of a very large furnace (3 tons+ of lava an hour) up and running by November. As always thanks for taking time to look at the progress.

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          • Love Letter to Syracuse

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            A short film created and directed by Faythe Levine and Samuel Macon about Steve Powers' latest art installation entitled "Love Letter to Syracuse."

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            • Mayfest 2014

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              Re-live the thrills and excitement of Syracuse University's Mayfest 2014 that encompassed house parties, Castle Court and the Walnut Park festivities. Produced by Luke Rafferty and Zach Lowry with aerial footage by Arland Whitfield for TheNewsHouse.com. For more on Mayfest 2014, visit http://www.thenewshouse.com/story/students-eat-drink-and-celebrate-end-semester-mayfest

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              • Jimmy Fallon Gets in the (Rakeem) Christmas Spirit

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                • 082114 Lava Steak

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                  August 21, 2014 Set up a long trough to further our understanding/ability to cook over and on (yes, on) lava. 2014 All rights reserved. Jenny Wysocki, Syracuse University Lava Project

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                  • Caught in Transit: The Rochester Border Patrol Station

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                    Andrew Burton, photography major at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, documents the Border Patrol station in Rochester, N.Y., which apprehended more than 1,200 people who did not qualify to be in the United States in 2007.

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                    • First Test Shot of the SU Lava Air Cannon; Prototype NH-1. 070314

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                      First test shot of a lava air cannon for a potential NASA grant proof-of-concept. The shot size is about 50 cubic inches/800 cubic centimeters of melted basalt; shot facilitated by roughly 100 psi compressed air. Very crude, yet effective. Stay tuned it'll get bigger and better. Video by Jenny Wysocki. All rights reserved by Syracuse University and Jenny Wysocki.

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