FVN Talks With Volcanologist About Hawaii, Mt. St. Helens, Baker And Rainer (Interview)

Wyoming/Fraser Valley – FVN spoke with Dr. Peter Ward, who has in his 27 year career, released many findings to the US government (US Geological Service) as well as NASA on volcanoes and activity from them that can lead to global warming.

In 1972, Dr. Ward personally placed the first seismographs on Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainer, and Mt. St. Helens.

There are major differences in how the Hawaii volcano is, to what happened at St. Helens. How Mt. Baker could be set for a big boom. The Paris and Montreal Climate Accords and how science is under attack.

Mt. St. Helen’s erupted with the infamous major blast on May 18, 1980, 38 years ago, although the mountain had a “burp” July 10, 2008.

Dr. Ward’s website can be found here.

Dr. Peter Ward

 

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