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Tue, Mar. 8th, 2005 08:14 pm
Goddamn local channels with their city wide view. Don't bother showing the news of the rest of the country you jerks! Who cares if Mt. St. Helens blew! It's much more important to learn about the Micheal Jackson trial! I can't LIVE without hearing about today new releases! I don't care about what kind of damage the mountain caused. Let alone that I actually like hearing THAT kind of news!
Fuck you Los Angeles

Fuck you Yahoo front page news. You are up to the minutes with news and I also get stupid tv show line ups, Jackson, and the LA mayor election. I'm interested in knowing who's mayor but there is NO mention of Mt St Helens! Jerks

So now I find out it was just an explosion of an ash plume. No help to the goddamn tv. I had to type it in at news.yahoo.com

Current Mood: aggravated

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weaz3l
weaz3l
Aleks
Wed, Mar. 9th, 2005 05:25 am (UTC)

E! Channel is doing special coverage of the trial that other channels supposedly don't have access too. Every night this week or as teh trial goes on or something. I saw a commercial for it this morning as I watched E!.


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imonsie
imonsie
Monsie
Wed, Mar. 9th, 2005 06:03 am (UTC)

A small explosive event at Mount St. Helens volcano began at approximately 5:25 p.m. PST. Pilot reports indicate that the resulting steam-and-ash plume reached an altitude of about 36,000 feet above sea level within a few minutes and drifted downwind to the east-northeast. The principal event lasted about 30 minutes with intensity gradually declining throughout. The USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory lost radio signals from three monitoring stations in the crater soon after the event started. The cause of the outage won’t be known until scientists can visit the crater tomorrow to assess the situation, weather permitting. The event followed a few hours of slightly increased earthquake activity that was noted but not interpreted as precursory activity. There were no other indications of an imminent change in activity.

The current hazard assessment for the ongoing eruption mentions the possibility of such events occurring without warning, and the assessment remains unchanged. The eruption could intensify suddenly or with little warning and produce explosions that cause hazardous conditions within several miles of the crater and farther downwind. Small lahars could suddenly descend the Toutle River if triggered by heavy rain or by interaction of hot rocks with snow and ice. These lahars pose a negligible hazard below the Sediment Retention Structure (SRS) but could pose a hazard along the river channel upstream.

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Imgs/Jpg/MSH/MSH05/MSH05_dome_from_sugarbowl_camera_03-08-05_172742PST.jpg

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Imgs/Jpg/MSH/MSH05/MSH05_dome_from_sugarbowl_camera_03-08-05_175302PST_med.jpg

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Imgs/Jpg/MSH/MSH05/MSH05_plume_from_CVO_office_03-08-05_med.jpg

Plume from Mount St. Helens, as seen from the Cascade Volcano Observatory Office roof, taken approximately at 5:30 PM, PST. Plume is drifting east-northeast after reaching approximately 36,000 feet above sea level.

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Imgs/Jpg/MSH/MSH05/MSH05_plume_from_CVO_office_03-08-05_B.jpg


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fritters
fritters
Fritters
Thu, Mar. 10th, 2005 10:34 am (UTC)

I agree how damned annoying mainstream news can be.....


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