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Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...

 
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Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Rained down on my car yesterday

I live in the U.K and I got to thinking
about collecting vials of dust that come down
with the rainfall.

I reckon I should have a good collection of different volcanoes by the end of the year...

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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
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06/29/2011 03:06 PM
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Yes most likely you would.

Most geologist labs could, for a fee, analyze and tell you which volcano spewed this weeks ash layer.
Sinkhole list:
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Yes most likely you would.

Most geologist labs could, for a fee, analyze and tell you which volcano spewed this weeks ash layer.
 Quoting: Dr. House


With all this radiation floating about it might be
better not knowing exactly what was floating about!!!

Just which volcano was blowing in our general
direction lol...
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Yes most likely you would.

Most geologist labs could, for a fee, analyze and tell you which volcano spewed this weeks ash layer.
 Quoting: Dr. House


With all this radiation floating about it might be
better not knowing exactly what was floating about!!!

Just which volcano was blowing in our general
direction lol...
 Quoting: prodlikegod


It doesn't work that way.

A Take a square-foot on the earth anywhere, and cut an imaginary pillar to the end of the atmosphere - there are many layers, each moving at different speeds and in many cases in different directions up the length of that pillar.

That ash could be from 1000 feet up to 10 miles up. Traveling from near or far, hitting the right condition for that layer to 'dump' it content on you.

The only real way to test at distance from volcanoes, is to test the sample.
Sinkhole list:
Thread: Sinkholes Updated 28 Dec 2010
find a sinkhole, add it to this thread, please.

"Whoever hates his brother is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding in him." (1 John 3:15, NKJV).
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06/29/2011 11:58 PM
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Silica dust from space.

damned
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06/30/2011 05:20 AM
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
could, but narrr....
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Re: Can anyone tell me what volcanic dust ...
Yes most likely you would.

Most geologist labs could, for a fee, analyze and tell you which volcano spewed this weeks ash layer.
 Quoting: Dr. House


With all this radiation floating about it might be
better not knowing exactly what was floating about!!!

Just which volcano was blowing in our general
direction lol...
 Quoting: prodlikegod


It doesn't work that way.

A Take a square-foot on the earth anywhere, and cut an imaginary pillar to the end of the atmosphere - there are many layers, each moving at different speeds and in many cases in different directions up the length of that pillar.

That ash could be from 1000 feet up to 10 miles up. Traveling from near or far, hitting the right condition for that layer to 'dump' it content on you.

The only real way to test at distance from volcanoes, is to test the sample.
 Quoting: Dr. House


Thanks very interesting

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