[Geysers] Purple Pools

Don Might don_might at nivelparts.com
Tue Feb 14 05:24:02 PST 2012

Hi Mike.


You definitely have a great collection and a lot of interest from the


Would you have any interest in hosting any of these on the GOSA site?
We currently have very few videos, and everyone would be able to view
them from there without impacting your bandwidth.


I'm the webmaster for GOSA.





From: geysers-bounces at lists.wallawalla.edu
[mailto:geysers-bounces at lists.wallawalla.edu] On Behalf Of Michael
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2012 5:16 PM
To: Geyser Observation Reports
Subject: Re: [Geysers] Purple Pools


The movies are all still there, but the URL was changed to make them
impossible for the search engine robots to find. The website is hosted
on a server that shares my limited DSL internet connection. The traffic
from robots (even with a no robots file) and the internet continued to
grow until it became unbearable. To get to the main index page, start
with the link I posted in a previous message.  Delete all the characters
after the oldgeyser/ and that is the address of the index page. You can
then navigate to all the movies by clicking on the A-Z button. Please
don't publicly post the link to the index page or the robots will be


Mike Frazier


On Feb 12, 2012, at 4:54 AM, Demetri Stoumbos wrote:

I don't personally have any movies (I don't even know if Purple Pools
have erupted since I've become a geyser gazer), but rather a website
that used to have a video of them erupting as well as tons of other rare
geysers, and a plea for whoever ran the website to put them back up.
http://www.gigagraphica.com/geyser/ (it requires the www or else it's
another website) was a treasure trove of uncommon geyser eruption
videos, but now all it reads is "I have decided to take down the Geyser
Cinema website. There is so much more available on the web now there is
really no need to have a dedicated website. Look on You Tube for lots
and lots of geyser movies."  And yes, true, there are more videos than
anybody could watch on YouTube of Old Faithful, Strokkur, and Clepsydra,
but not many of those a gazer would like to see.  So if anyone knows who
ran the site (or preferably he or she is on the listserv), I would be
obliged if you could pass on my plea to put all those videos back



Demetri Stoumbos (aka That Crazy Aurum Guy)


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