Mt. St. Helens شراء وبيع الاسهم عن طريق الانترنت Written by on May 08, 2015 in Blog

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alpari forex youtube valuta forex no In 1980, Michael Lienau was a 20-year-old cameraman with a film crew attempting to capture the first ground level shots of the eruption’s aftermath. When a second eruption shook the ground, they narrowly escaped death as the blast rocketed over their heads. البورصة السعودية تداول الذهب طريقة التداول في الذهب “As the rescue helicopter was lifting off the ground, I felt very humbled. It was the beginning of a lesson in life I’ll never forget,” says Lienau, now 55.
Lienau’s dramatic experience fueled a life-long pursuit to understand what happened to him and other survivors. Several of these stories are featured in his seven-time award-winning documentary, “The Fire Below Us: Remembering Mount St. Helens,” which has been featured on National Geographic, PBS and international television. valuta tunisien forex

التداول اسهم المزرعه There are hundreds of active volcanoes in the United States alone. Most are located in Alaska, where eruptions occur virtually every year. Others are located throughout the west, and in Hawaii. Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, erupting almost continuously since 1983. التجارة بالذهب

inwestować na giełdzie “Documenting most of the changes at Mount St. Helens these last three and a half decades with my camera, and witnessing firsthand the sudden and total destruction in 1980, has given me a unique perspective,” said Lienau.
A whole new generation is eager to learn what happened at Mount St. Helens, while those who remember the eruption always relay to him where they were, or what they were doing when the mountain erupted. “I think people are captivated by this larger-than-life event, one of the most unforgettable natural disasters in US history,” adds Lienau.

اشتراك بيع وشراء الاسهم المباشر سوق الاسهم السعودي جميع الاسهم اليوم “Cascadia: The Hidden Fire” is his groundbreaking documentary about the process that fuels these volcanoes. The entire West Coast, from Northern California to British Columbia, could be rocked with a mega 8M or 9M+ earthquake for 3-5 minutes, releasing massive tsunamis and years of aftershocks. Similar to the March 2001 Japan earthquake and tsunami.
“It could change the way people live in the Northwest and make Mount St. Helens look puny in comparison” says Lienau. Public reaction to broadcasts of his Cascadia program prompted Lienau to produce several films on necessary steps people can take to mitigate and prepare for unexpected disasters.
He is currently producing an IMAX/giant screen 3D film on the Hawaiian volcano and how it has shaped the history and culture of the people of Hawaii since it was first discovered. “In many ways Kilauea volcano was the beginning of modern volcanology – what was learned there by scientists was transferred to Mount St. Helens in 1980 and is now credited for saving many lives around the world” says Lienau. “Hawaii Islands of Fire” will be released in time for the 100th anniversary of the US National Parks in late 2016

تداول الذهب مباشر بلس ٥٠٠ سعر الذهب بالسعوديه اليوم