On May 18th, 1980 the eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington State caused the largest landslide in modern human history. For nine hours it released the explosive power of one atomic bomb every second, shocking the world with the eruption’s explosive power. Beyond the destruction, it also challenged the way scientists think of catastrophes like this and how they have shaped the earth.
In this episode you’ll learn how:
- observable events help us understand the catastrophic Great Flood
- they impact rapid erosion, coal formation, and a quick biologic recovery
- canyons, stratified layers, and petrified forests formed quickly
- FREE study guide included-a $3.99 value.
Interest level: Jr. High-Adult
Price: $14.99 reduced to $9.99
DVD 30 Minutes