Decoding the Ice Age Floods: Catastrophic Meltdown (With Randall Carlson at Mount St. Helens)


Raw recording as Randall Carlson spills catastrophic knowledge spontaneously to visitors on the trail at Johnston Ridge, overlooking Mount St. Helens in southwestern Washington. He questions the entrenched theories regarding the Ice Age Floods that roared across the state 13,000 years ago, connecting their source instead to melt-water from an extra-terrestrial object’s direct impact into the ice sheet covering British Columbia to the north, citing the ‘Black Mat’ and other evidence.

The controversial “Younger-Dryas Impact Hypothesis” is undergoing fierce scrutiny, but Carlson has been independently pursuing that avenue of research since the early 90’s, and is now prepared to instigate more vigorous debate.


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