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Mount St. Helens by Steve Austin

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Uploaded on Jul 5, 2008

Geologist Steve Austin, Ph.D. shares the exciting results of his explorations on Mount St. Helens and its adjacent Spirit Lake. You will view spectacular and unique photography of the volcano and its after-effects. Along with thousands of other scientists and educated professionals, Dr. Austin is convinced that the Biblical Flood is reliable and is vital to a true understanding of history, its purpose, and destiny.

Relive the 1980 eruption. -See the canyons and rock layers that were formed rapidly.

Apply what is seen to understand the origins of other geologic features (Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, coal deposits, etc.).

Contemplate the significance of the volcano to our views of Earth, Noah's Flood, man and God.

About the speaker: Dr. Steven Austin has earned a Ph.D. in geology from Pennsylvania State University. A full-time scientist with the Institute for Creation Research, he has participated in professional, peer-reviewed studies at Mount St. Helens and the Grand Canyon. In 1999 he published research in the prestigious International Geology Review. Currently Dr. Austin is researching: mass kill of nautiloids within the Redwall limestone of Grand Canyon, radioisotopes of Grand Canyon rocks, and earthquake destruction of archaeological sites in Jordan. Nautiloids - Evidence for a Catatrophic Occurance - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RoUeW...

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The Channeled Scablands; Scientific Bias Against Catastrophism. "In the end, the truth of catastrophism did win, but it took more than 50 years to see the project through. And this was despite the fact that the event in question was relatively easy to document through field observations." E. K. Peters, No Stone Unturned: Reasoning About Rocks and Fossils, 1991, pp. 78 and 84. http://nwcreation.net/scablands.html

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