Mt. St. Helens and the Testimony
of Coal
"Little Grand Canyon" . about 1/40 scale of the Grand
Canyon, produced by multiple, pulsing steam blasts,
it is theorized- produced in days and weeks
Onlookers view the floating logs, most of which had been
toppled during the original eruption steam blast, and then
carried into the Lake by the 800 - 900 foot wave or waves
created by the eruption landslide in 1980.
Pre-1980 eruption photo of Mt. St. Helens, and its image reflected from the
nearby and pristine Spirit Lake. But then.............
A view of the south face of Mt. St. Helens
during the 1980 eruption.
A view of the north face of Mt. St. Helens after
the 1980 eruption.
"Plucking" phenomenon accomplished by mud flows carve
canyons out of solid rock canyons in days and weeks, not
thousands and millions of years.
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