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    Mt. St. Helens about to kickoff?

    Hi, look at this will ya?

    http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocam...va-highdef.php


    That is the new high definition camera with java refresh. Not only is the main cone leaking lava..................just check about halfway up on the left and right of the image............... stuff is coming out of other places as well!

    Most active I have seen her in several years.

    Maybe Bush is going to go out with a bang? Actually it is 25 years since she last blew her top.

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    I doubt it will. They haven't found any disturbances worth mentioning to the media...

    Hey there Nihil .
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    Remember, "you read it first on AO"

    Hi there doodz~, how's it goin?



    There is now an emission about 2/3 across from the left and halfway up. The other two emissions have subsided. I have 16.50 Hrs EDT (19.50Hrs BST)

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    http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocam...-20040924a.php
    Imagine taken in 2004. I can definitely notice a difference in activity.

    Everything over here is well (if I say so myself), grew a little distant from computers for a while. (Prime reason I haven't been on here much.) Work part/full time, Med. school full time, and girlfriend .... f... ull time. Need to keep her happy, you know. How about yourself?

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    We are fine d00dz~,

    Got burgled the other day................. little toad broke a window pane in the front door..........they didn't even get to steal anything!

    Here is the seismic data:

    http://www.pnsn.org/WEBICORDER/VOLC/...007092612.html

    That is the old crater............notice today's "farts"

    Other recording sites are here:

    http://www.pnsn.org/WEBICORDER/VOLC/welcome.html

    I studied this sort of crap at university (many years ago ) and it still holds something of an interest.

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    OK,

    Check the seismics on spine 5:

    http://www.pnsn.org/WEBICORDER/VOLC/...007092612.html


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    Yes ... indeed. Noticed a difference in a weeks history, a lot more little disturbances today compared to others. Predicting that tomorrow it will remain quiet, calm, and cool. If so, I believe we can have a little something on our hands.

    What does the graph look like if or when an eruption happens? Something such as a females arousal (graph) verses a males?

    They have burgles in the UK? Though those were only found in my neighborhood. All jokes aside, sorry to hear about the death of your window. Glad nothing was taken nor was anyone hurt.
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    Hmmm,

    I replaced the "dead" window with 6.4mm toughened laminated glass

    Cedar Flats looks pretty active this morning?

    http://www.pnsn.org/WEBICORDER/VOLC/...007092712.html

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