Whoa, totally tripindicular man!
Check out this volcano that glows in the dark as its sulfuric gases burn sapphire blue.
Filmed at the Kawah Ijen volcano in east Java, Indonesia,
The blue flames are caused by the combustion of sulfuric gases which billow through vents at burning hot temperatures.
Some of the gasses then condense into liquid sulfur which continues to burn creating the blue fire which can only be captured during the darkness of night.