|Michael Gilligan||20/05/2020 09:41:58|
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Most forum members will be old enough to remember 1980
Edited By Michael Gilligan on 20/05/2020 09:42:50
|Martin W||20/05/2020 11:11:47|
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A very interesting article though it does reveal how little we really understand what's going on under our feet. Recently I saw an article about the north magnetic pole that for a long time had been relatively stable under northern Canada suddenly upping sticks and rapidly migrating to the west.
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Hard to imagine that was 40 years ago now, seems much less.
|Neil Wyatt||20/05/2020 12:15:26|
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I remember seeing moving footage by a journalist who walked to safety through a literal hell of hot ash. He was convinced he wouldn't make it but kept going.
I can't find the footage.
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The one I remember was some final pictures from someone who didn't make it as the ash flow approached at speed
|Neil Wyatt||20/05/2020 20:56:03|
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He protected his camera bag with his body. Terribly sad. Robert Landsburg.
|294 forum posts|
David Johnston Lost his life in the pyroplastic gas flow his recording obviously survived.
St Helens Erruption Video
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Edited By oldvelo on 20/05/2020 22:21:23
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