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Mount St. Helens melted the glaciers,
but Arctic volcanoes don’t?
 
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3 Jul 08 - When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, it melted so much ice that a giant flood swept a slurry of water, sediment and trees, along with logging trucks, bridges and household debris down the Toutle River at speeds of up to 50 mph.

That was a tiny volcano.

How can we possibly believe that huge underwater volcanoes in the Arctic wouldn’t melt any ice?

The emissions from my lawnmower in Seattle are somehow heating the Arctic Ocean, but a bunch of underwater volcanoes on the Gakkel Ridge – a chain of underwater mountains  bigger than the Himalayas - can pump large amounts of heat into the water with no significant connection?

C’mon guys.



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