Mount St. Helens and Other Blasts

Blasts From Our Past

Good morning USA. Let’s all begin our morning with a blast from our past. On May 18, 1980, a major volcanic eruption occurred at Mount St. Helens, a volcano located in the state of Washington, United States. On May 7, 2016 it is reported there are earthquake rumblings down under the mountain. This does not bode well. Stay tuned. 

For some the eruption of Mt. St. Helens is something that evokes a sense of nostalgia. Not like bumping into an old high school sweetheart in the grocery store might be a blast of memories from the past.

Anyone born around May 18, 1980, that would make them over 35 years old, so let’s say anyone over 30 years old may have memories of the Mt. Saint Helen eruption.

On September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda . . . that would give many humans, older than 12, to have strong memories of 9/11.

His inaguration speech inspires me to this day.

Shortly after noon on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas. By the fall of 1963, President John F. Kennedy and his political advisers were preparing for the next presidential campaign.

Mt. St. Helens, May 18, 1980

Let’s review. It was Edgar Cayce talked about a “ring of fire” around the edges of the Pacific Plate giving rise to plate vibrations, volcanoes, increased heat in ocean currents along the plate edges giving rise to rainfall, global warming, and similar phenomena. Earthquakes are one thing. Volcanoes are something else because they put ash into the air which leads to global cooling.
We are releasing the element carbon into the earth’s atmosphere. CO2 rises after global warming occurs. We have been coming out of the mini ice age of the 1400’s. Get enough volcanoes spewing dust into the atmosphere and pretty soon the human species has survival problems.
This is an excellent documentary.

The first link that prompted this page.

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