ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND USE, MAY 10-11, AND THEREAFTER - This April 2, 2014 photo shows a bottle opener on the side of one of Linda Short's Coca-Cola machines in Rochester, Texas, April 2, 2014. Short has been a collector for at least 25 years. She has a special room she calls her Coke barn on their farm in Haskell County. (AP Photo/The Abilene Reporter-News, Ronald W. Erdrich)
Coca-Cola bottle opener.
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What happens when you place a can of soda in front of an oncoming river of oncoming lava? You’ll have to watch to find out.

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The video was taken in Hawaii by photographer Bryan Lowry using a GoPro camera to capture the action safely, according to iflscience.com.

Since humans discovered how to manipulate fire, it seems we’ve been obsessed with seeing how different objects burn.

Lowry was so enthralled with the Coke experiment, he decided to give the same treatment to cans of Chef Boyardee ravioli and Monster Energy.

Burn, baby, burn!