Sep
15

Fire Mountain: The Eruption and Rebirth of Mount St. Helens

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3 Comments to “Fire Mountain: The Eruption and Rebirth of Mount St. Helens”

  • Anonymous September 15, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    Great photos and video’s during the explosion to the after … I remember this, I was in 4th grade and was fascinated w/ this Mtn. and Volcanoes afterwards. It really caught my imagination as a kid of something that powerful spewing from under the surface.. Watching this brought back memories of sitting on the shag carpeting of my parents home in front of the TV watching it on the news. That aside. I thought this was done really well. Interviews w/ people who were on the ground and in the area when it blew, interviews of folks just before it blew and…

  • Anonymous September 15, 2019 at 4:05 pm

    Certainly Worthwhile Viewing for those interested in Volcanology. As the title of the documentary itself communicates, this is a documentary on Mt. St. Helens, but what isn’t said is the professionalism with which this was made. Yes, the science is a bit dated, but not overly so, and the footage of the eruption itself, the Pyroclastic flow, and the resulting lahars are the real star of the documentary. It would have been nice to see some more up to date footage of what the mountain looks like today, but even on that front I believe the producers did a solid,…

  • Anonymous September 15, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    How silly

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