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2006\05\06@100742 by Russell McMahon

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Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again. Anyone live
nearby who can give us some local comment?

A guest of my daughters (another YWAMer) just passed through here on
the way home to her parents house about 20 Freeway minutes away.
Enough, she says, to get ash covered but be safe. Hopefully so.


       Russell McMahon

2006\05\06@102045 by David VanHorn

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vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/MSH/

Looks like things are getting interesting again.
That, or it's a huge ad for the blackfin processor!


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2006\05\06@132224 by Harley Shanko

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FYIW,

Here's the URL for Mt St Helens:

  http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh

I live about 80 miles south of that location.  Have been watching, and
keeping some good shots of it, for several years.  Wish one could zoom the
camera to see the details of the 'bulge' better.

Some nights one can see the 'heat' leaking out; especially better when not
moonlight.  Although, some moon light will show mountain a bit in dark.
Ignore streak on upper right; dirt or a scratch on lens cover will hopefully
be resolved soon.  Some shots in winter are especially super.

Way off topic, but here's another URL for something 'maybe' of interest:

  http://www.gigapxl.org

Harley

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Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again. Anyone live
nearby who can give us some local comment?

A guest of my daughters (another YWAMer) just passed through here on
the way home to her parents house about 20 Freeway minutes away.
Enough, she says, to get ash covered but be safe. Hopefully so.


      Russell McMahon
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2006\05\06@132952 by Micah Stevens

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"Since November 2005, a fin (or spire) of volcanic material has been
growing out of the new dome. The current size is in excess of 300 feet.
This is often a regular occurrence in volcanic dome-building. The fin
will only grow so far before the inherent weakness in its structure,
along with gravity, causes it to collapse. Since the current volcanic
activity began in October, 2004, there have been several fins and spires
that have grown and collapsed. However, this is the first one visible
from the VolcanoCam."

http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/

Direct link to picture:
http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/archive/hall-of-fame/20060505-new-dome-fin.shtml

-Micah

Russell McMahon wrote:
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2006\05\06@161349 by William Chops Westfield
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On May 6, 2006, at 6:57 AM, Russell McMahon wrote:

> Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again. Anyone
> live nearby who can give us some local comment?
>
Apparently it's been "erupting" (as is spewing forth some amount
of lava) pretty continuously for a couple years now (we visited
last summer.  But then it had barely noticeable occasional puffs
of ash, surely not enough to drop on a car 20 minutes away.)

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/Cascades/CurrentActivity/
current_updates.html

BillW

2006\05\10@085416 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again.
>Anyone live nearby who can give us some local comment?
>
>A guest of my daughters (another YWAMer) just passed
>through here on the way home to her parents house about
>20 Freeway minutes away. Enough, she says, to get ash
>covered but be safe. Hopefully so.

Hmm, just watched a docudrama on the Krakatoa explosion in 18whatever, here
on BBC. Kinda more than scary ...

2006\05\10@092658 by Carey Fisher

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Alan B. Pearce wrote:
>> Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again.
>> Anyone live nearby who can give us some local comment?
>>
>> A guest of my daughters (another YWAMer) just passed
>> through here on the way home to her parents house about
>> 20 Freeway minutes away. Enough, she says, to get ash
>> covered but be safe. Hopefully so.
>>    
>
> Hmm, just watched a docudrama on the Krakatoa explosion in 18whatever, here
> on BBC. Kinda more than scary ...
>
>  
Now straighten me out... is Krakatoa East of Java or West of Java?

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2006\05\10@110343 by Harry Gunawan

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Krakatau located West of Java, between Sumatera and Java island.

http://volcano.und.edu/vwdocs/volc_images/southeast_asia/indonesia/krakatau.html

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2006\05\10@113044 by David VanHorn

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I guess a good part of it is pretty much everywhere..


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2006\05\10@160533 by Peter

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On Wed, 10 May 2006, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

>> Mt St Helens is reported to be bulging ominously again.
>> Anyone live nearby who can give us some local comment?
>>
>> A guest of my daughters (another YWAMer) just passed
>> through here on the way home to her parents house about
>> 20 Freeway minutes away. Enough, she says, to get ash
>> covered but be safe. Hopefully so.
>
> Hmm, just watched a docudrama on the Krakatoa explosion in 18whatever, here
> on BBC. Kinda more than scary ...

Look at the 'good' side: If it blows, then this summer's global warning
nightmare will be replaced by a mini nuclear winter.

Peter

2006\05\10@160709 by Peter

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On Wed, 10 May 2006, Carey Fisher wrote:

>> Hmm, just watched a docudrama on the Krakatoa explosion in 18whatever, here
>> on BBC. Kinda more than scary ...
>>
> Now straighten me out... is Krakatoa East of Java or West of Java?

Why is that important ? Better ask if the prevailing winds are from
Krakatoa to Java.

Peter

2006\05\10@193219 by Carey Fisher

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Harry Gunawan wrote:
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But in the 1969 movie, it was East of Java:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064555/
Did it like move or what?

Carey

2006\05\11@120331 by Howard Winter

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On Wed, 10 May 2006 19:32:23 -0400, Carey Fisher wrote:

> Harry Gunawan wrote:
> > Krakatau located West of Java, between Sumatera and Java island.
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> > volcano.und.edu/vwdocs/volc_images/southeast_asia/indonesia/krakatau.html
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> But in the 1969 movie, it was East of Java:
> http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064555/
> Did it like move or what?

No, the film title, amazingly, was wrong!

(It did move, but only vertically :-)

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


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