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Now this is one big weapon of mass destruction!!

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If its a WMD, lets have Bush invade it so they will disappear!
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RE: Mt. St. helens has the hiccups.....

Don't think of volcanic ash as fireplace ash, think of it as evaporated glass that is liable to condense onto your car.
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Mt. St. Helens is errupting again, and much larger than yesterday. The big one is yet to come [:0]. Ash advisor for my area, ash is supposed to reach my area by noon [:0]

I drink so much tea, that I am surprised that my pee isn't brown...
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KOMO NEWS ALERT: Mt. St. Helens is giving off another steam and ash release. This one is more ash-rich than earlier releases. An Ash Fall Advisory is in effect for eastern Lewis County including Randle and Packwood for light dusting of ash. Winds at the mountain are blowing the cloud toward the north/northeast.
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FIRE IN THE HOLE!

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Now they are saying it is going to blow big time:

http://www.kirotv.com/news/3792581/detail.html
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They keep changing their mind. Guess that's the way it is with mother nature though.
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MT. ST. HELENS - Volcanic rock has flowed to the surface of Mount St. Helens' crater, creating a new lava dome after weeks of seismic activity, a geologist said Tuesday.

Scientists had known for days that magma or molten rock was nearing the surface, as a bulge grew on the south side of the existing 1,000-foot lava dome and the increasingly hot rock gave off steam as it met water and ice in the crater. The bulge is now considered a new lava dome, the scientists said.

"Now that we have new lava at the surface, we're comfortable saying" that dome-building has resumed at the volcano, U.S. Geological Survey geologist Tina Neal said.

The bulge had risen at least 330 feet since scientists noticed it Sept. 30.

Geologists said there is still a chance of explosive ash eruptions from the 8,364-foot mountain, and the immediate area around the volcano remained closed.

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