Art Earth Strange Travel

An Island in a Lake, in an Island in a Lake, in an Island in the Ocean

This odd geographic fact is tripping people out. You may want to skip this one. Enter at your own risk. It does not bother everyone, but some people find they need to go watch a movie, take a long walk or … anything … to try to forget Vulcan Point Island after seeing this. Here we go …

Vulcan Point Island, as you can see on Google Maps (but not on Apple Maps currently) is an island.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island in Crater Lake.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island in Crater Lake which is a lake in the Taal Volcano.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island in Crater Lake which is a lake in the Taal Volcano which is inside Taal lake.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island in Crater Lake which is a lake in the Taal Volcano which is inside a Taal lake which is a lake on the island of Luzon.

– Vulcan Point Island is an island in Crater Lake which is a lake in the Taal Volcano which is inside a Taal lake which is a lake on the island of Luzon which is an island in an ocean.

True Strange Earth fact, video by @truestrangenews

If this makes you want to go to Vulcan Point Island and set up a little swimming pool with a floating island on it, then lie down on that floating island and have a drone film a long continuous zoom out shot into space starting with a closeup of your eye, True Strange News suggests you do this while drinking coconut milk out of a coconut with a straw in it. Even if you don’t drink, a little rum in there might help the situation, assuming you are of legal drinking age. Need we even mention simulation theory in this post?

Taal Lake around Taal volcano, around Crater Lake around Vulcan Point Island
Taal Lake around Taal volcano around Crater Lake around Vulcan Point Island

Luzon is the largest and most populous island in the Philippines. While surrounded by water, it is not surrounded by a single named sea:

Luzon island alone has an area of 109,964.9 square kilometres (42,457.7 sq mi), making it the world’s 15th largest island. It is bordered on the west by the South China Sea (Luzon Sea in Philippine territorial waters), on the east by the Philippine Sea, and on the north by the Luzon Strait containing the Babuyan Channel and Balintang Channel. (source)

One thing very interesting about this island in a lake in an island in a lake in an island in the ocean (can you even read that?) is that something about the way the mind works absolutely hates too many nested repeating “things” and the brain will rebel by fuzzing out, or by breaking out, or in some cases, by freaking out. We think this may be built-in protection from self-referential loops, a mechanism that keeps us from getting stuck thinking in circles.

Did this have any interesting effect on you? Nothing?

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