1. Hell Leaking Into Regular World Through Tiny Hole In Chile

The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted yesterday for the first time since 1972, sending fire and ash into the atmosphere and forcing thousands to be evacuated from the area. NPR is reporting that "Local officials say people are very, very frightened. The immediate concern is the volcano's eruption could trigger snow melts and cause flooding." Also, that lava seeping out of it is, like, crazy hot. If you happen to see that lava coming toward you, walk briskly in the opposite direction.