Mount St. Helens Rocks Secular Geology -by David Rives

How did the eruption of Mount St. Helens rock secular geology? Watch the video below with David Rives to learn more.

Did you know that there is a 1/40 scale Grand Canyon near Mount St. Helens? Secular scientists said it would take a long period of time for any ecological regrowth in the area, yet less than 50 years later we see tremendous regrowth. Over 1 million trees were uprooted and dragged when the waters from Spirit Lake flowed back and resulted in creating multiple examples of polystrate trees (trees that are standing upright surrounded by sediment). Watch this video as David Rives talks about this and other catastrophic effects of this eruption that happened on May 18, 1980.