19 Burst results for "Spirit Lake"

"spirit lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I all the all the information I do not I would business spends a lot of this conversation we're trying to get the soonest givers number I should say this is really good at talking on the phone she told me once you know me I'll keep it on us on the phone forever I'll be able to well I sure could use your help finding my nias all right sorry but hear anything I'll contact yeah that's the only way we're going to get to the bottom of things okay so you're coming along then hi thank you better better my wife gets out worker presumes all all right all right okay thank you yeah nine with the things he's buying soon and knows something the next day it was a track down the other guy people had seen in the car was sooner and Carla the night she disappeared he was a friend of Carla's name Jason was a got him on the phone okay Jason said Carla had drugs she wanted to sell in spirit lake casino had offered to pick her up a few hours away and drive her injuries and the reservation when they got their season said sooner ditched him and took off with Carl and some other guys guys were known as scary violent nine hours later Jason ran into them again the caller wasn't with them you know what I'm thinking they'd kill their.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on KCRW

"Of shame this is seen this first hand with how the family treated her she was addicted to math spent three years in prison for dealing for a while her family avoided her even now the suspense over fifteen years and they don't like to talk about it this is mom doesn't even use the word person she because that was as other college the server couldn't disagree more with this attitude she believes that when someone goes missing that's the worst possible time to hide the facts often the thing someone is trying to cover up can be part of what led them to go missing in the first place the so called Carla's mom Loretta the reddit lived a few hours away on another reservation and the yellow birds didn't know her very well because parents weren't together long the reddit told associate reported Carla missing a few weeks earlier that's offered to help find Carla and the writer said yes solicit got to work one of the first people she called was the officer responsible for the case April Josie a detective for the city of Mandan are Carlist April said she learned that in the days before Carla disappeared Carlos on the four birth hold reservation and she might have gone to a second reservation called spirit lake but April didn't have jurisdiction on reservations she was a city cop this is another part of the jurisdictional tangle in these cases April was trying to follow every lead but she could only go so far to interview suspects on the reservation she needed the cooperation of law enforcement there it's part of the bureau of Indian affairs but no one was calling her back she did tell me you know this spans five states and three reservations my hands are tied and I said no my night hello everyone this is my niece solicited exactly the thing her family didn't want her to do she open Facebook and wrote Charlie yellow bird has been missing and I want to know any and all info related to her disappearance before I take this to the next level people in the broader native community no less a the work she does when she put something on Facebook people respond giver leads they might be more cautious about giving police she started getting calls right away and she learned Carlo was last seen driving around with two men on the spirit lake Indian reservation and they just describe it was an older car was smaller they had two different kinds of pain maybe a replacement front quarter panel.

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SD House Committee Rejects Resolution To Rescind Dakota Removal Act. MAX stabbings inspire issue of Oregon Historical Quarterly that examines white supremacy. Maine considers whether to revise its legal relationship with tribes

Native America Calling

03:47 min | 5 months ago

SD House Committee Rejects Resolution To Rescind Dakota Removal Act. MAX stabbings inspire issue of Oregon Historical Quarterly that examines white supremacy. Maine considers whether to revise its legal relationship with tribes

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a Republican led committee in the South Dakota houses rejecting a resolution that urges Congress to resend the Sioux Dakota Removal Act of eighteen sixty three they pointed to division between Dakota tribes as the reason to oppose a resolution supported by the state tribal relations committee least driven reports the resolution urges Congress to repeal the Federal Law. Still on the books. Despite it being obsolete the resolution calls the axe presents a continuing offense it was brought by Democratic Representative Sean Bordeaux of mission. He's Dakota and LAKOTA. He says tensions and Minnesota and the eighteen sixties led to the forced removal of the Dakota from their homeland. That's how you got the santee of Nebraska. That's how you got Crow Creek. That's how you got spirit. Lake up in North Dakota sister tennis well so the tribes were kind of forced out of Minnesota and left to basically start over in a new area and People who have been fishers. Are you know people who survived? Offer the great water resources that are in Minnesota all of a sudden on planes however not all Dakota tribal members were on board Republican Representative Tampa. Saint John Is Dakota. An enrolled member of the tribe. She says not all Dakota tribal members were consulted on this resolution as Dakota people. You know you're hearing things about division and this juggle you know. That isn't the way that we do things. That isn't the way that we address this in twenty twelve and that's not how we would do it again. It's really my belief that if we were bringing this forward in the right way they would all be here. There was enough to convince most Republican lawmakers to table the bill indefinitely Bordeaux indicated he may bring the resolution again for National Native News. I'm Lee stupider. Npr in Oregon White supremacist activity has been making headlines from rallies to a murder trial in Portland as Brian Bowl of KFC reports a new publication shows. It's not new. The Oregon historical quarterlies. Latest Issue Examines Racist Attitudes and policies used against native Americans African Americans immigrants and other underrepresented groups. Well before it became a state in eighteen fifty nine allies. I can't Jones is the Journal's editor. Obviously the founding of Oregon comes with an invasion of indigenous land and indigenous communities and what many people refer to as the theft of that land the real disregard for indigenous sovereignty is a big part of the white supremacy. That was part of Oregon's founding sports mascots have also been a contentious issue between tribes and local schools. Can't he Jones says many deals have been worked out between these groups and past years to allow their continued use for National Native News? I'm Brian Bowl in Eugene. Main is considering whether to revise its legal relationship with tribes at which are treated as municipalities rather than sovereign nations. The legislature is voting on amending a decades old Indian claims settlement act bill sponsors recommending changes granting tribal nations more autonomy in taxation at development natural resources and in other areas a public hearing. Wednesday included testimony on gaming and Criminal Justice. The act was made into law Congress in nineteen eighty to settle a legal dispute between tribes and the state of Maine it also limits. How federal legislation can benefit tribes in the state? The legislature has tried to amend the law numerous times. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The spirit lake tribe the standing rock, Sioux tribe, and the three affiliated tribes and forgive me if I get the pronunciation wrong here, it's the mundane, hit data and our carnation they say, we stand United against North Dakota's suppressive voter, ID law together with tribal advocates, the native American rights fund four directions, western native voice in native vote. We are fighting back. We believe the requirement of a physical residential property with the street address wasn't tended to disenfranchise native American voters to combat the disenfranchisement of our members. We intend to ensure our members that lack residential street addresses can obtain them so they may exercise their right to vote. Tribes are now able to issue tribal documents that contain the voters, name birthdate and current residential street address in North Dakota. We intend to issue. These documents at polling locations within the bounds of our reservations on election day, we encourage all tribal people to come out to vote on November. Sixth, even if you do not have a qualifying ID, we will not be silenced by the blatant attempts to rob people of our voice. So I think this is exclusive night where breaking this news tonight. We just got this statement from the tribes. But what this means is that the native American tribal governments in North Dakota, which very well could be the difference between a Republican held Senate or a democratic held Senate, right and everything that that entails. It could absolutely be the difference in terms of what happens with that crucial Senate race in North Dakota. And that's why Republicans made this change tonight. In the statement, the native American tribes in North Dakota are saying what the Republicans are trying to demand of them with these ID's. The tribes are not doing it. They intend to vote with documents that they will provide to their own people at polling locations on the reservations on voting day, they will provide tribal voting letters and as tribes as sovereign nations, they will say that that is the kind of idea you need to vote. They will do it right then and there. We have been trying all day and into the evening to get an answer from the Republican secretary of state's office in North Dakota as to whether or not the state is actually going to count these votes whether or not they are going to let members of native American tribes North Dakota vote in this way. So far the answer they have given us and that they are sticking by I kid you not so far. Their answer is probably..

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spirit lake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so this is where you get into more cone based or dome based volcanoes. So. When we talk about sort of famous famous cone, volcano of North America, we talk about mount Saint Helen's chur. So that was the largest eruption in modern times in North America and the southern part of the state of Washington erupted in may of nineteen eighty. We were kids, we were kids and I remember the ash falling on our car in Connecticut. Wow. I didn't hear that. We certainly being in Vancouver we heard the explosion and the acted make it up here because we're sort of due north and even slightly west of it. But you know, he covered lot and it also speaks a lot to how we understand volcanoes today that the the Saint Helen's was a classic with the compass. It volcano or strata velcro in the sensitive erupted over years, hundreds of thousands of years before and it would use these de. Answer it had this denser Laver involved in its magma chamber that would create explosions. That would create very fine volcanic ash, which is really kind of very sharp glass that's been puffed with these gases and then layers of lab over and over again to build these big cones. So is kind of layered. Is that what you mean by composite has lava and ashes and lava Nash? Exactly. So there was lava at the site that flowed down, but but ask sort of spewed up in the air. Right, right. Well, the we talk about the specifics of the nineteen eighty eruption. I'm lab of that form the the volcano in the first place they've ever see pictures of Saint Helen's from before that eruption, it was quite a pretty volcano snow on the top big dome. It was beautiful. Yeah, it's not so pretty anymore. Yeah. The top just blew right off at a blue, the whole side of the mountain out. And so but vol we scientists had figured out the divall Keno is getting ready to Rupp because they're able to measure the chain. Changes in shape. So as the magma had been pressing against the the volcano, it had built up a lavish dome. Literally a growing bulge on the eastern side of Saint Helen's. Now, when it finally erupted blew apart and sense, this huge clouds of Aasheim into the atmosphere as well as destroying spirit lake and blowing down miles and miles and miles of trees and and killing number of people. Even though it was a well known eruption, how big was the bulge was measured? It was it's absolutely measurable, measurable and feet, not hundreds of feet, but one of the reasons that we're getting better and better predicting volcanoes these days is that we've now got satellites that map the surface of the earth, close enough detail that can literally see just a few inches of movement at so cool. And so that's sort of your indicator that the magma is pressing and building pressure. But it does not actually mean interruption eve. Either so. But I think it's important understand that is stink Sion's between these lab as that ultimately lead to the kinds of eruptions you're going to have. Right. And let's hold it right there while we hear this important.

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Heartland Aclu, Goldman Clinic and Cedar Bridge discussed on Heroes of the 500

Heroes of the 500

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Heartland Aclu, Goldman Clinic and Cedar Bridge discussed on Heroes of the 500

"The controversial fetal heartbeat abortion bill is being put on hold as the case works its way through the iowa legal system friday morning judge granted a temporary injunction preventing the bill from being enforced until the courts make a ruling the suit was brought by planned parenthood of the heartland aclu and the goldman clinic the thirteen convicted of setting fire to the cedar bridge last year was given a suspended jail sentence and placed on probation for five years alex hof pleaded guilty earlier this year to arson and criminal mischief the seventeen year old still faces arson charge in west des moines he's accused of setting his vehicle on fire a month before the bridge fire was set our top national story the off again on again summit is back on president trump is planning to meet with kim jong un later this month in singapore at some point hopefully a deal for the good of millions of people a deal will be poor president trump even soften language he's been using about sanctions telling reporters he doesn't want to use the term maximum pressure anymore that's jared halpern reporting a man from spirit lake in dickinson county was killed around eleven fifteen friday night when his motorcycle hit.

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