Decoding the Ice Age Floods

Graham Hancock interviews Randall Carlson

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Raw, spontaneous video of Catastrophist geological researcher Randall Carlson and best-selling author Graham Hancock overlooking Washington state’s Wallula Gap on the Columbia River, near the Oregon border. This mile-wide bottleneck restrained the waters of the Ice Age Floods 13,000 years ago. Hancock interviews Carlson on the details of the events that scoured the Channeled Scablands and the interview explores the idea of a comet striking the ice sheet over Canada. First in a series – Please subscribe and share! Additional photos and maps here: http://geocosmicrex.com/gallery/wallu...


Randall Carlson at Mt. St. Helens

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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.


Soap Lake - Graham Hancock Interviews Randall Carlson

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Spontaneous on-site recording of Catastrophist geological researcher Randall Carlson and best-selling author Graham Hancock during their discovery expedition (Sept 2014) across the Pacific Northwest. Shielded from the rain in a gazebo at the mouth of Washington State's Grand Coulee (50 miles long, 900 feet deep, and a mile+ wide), the two mavericks envision powerful floods redistributing eroded debris and question the popular theory that an ice dam could retain water 2100 feet deep across a 7-mile wide valley.


Lenore Lake - Graham Hancock Interviews Randall Carlson

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Another spontaneous on-site recording of Catastrophist geological researcher Randall Carlson and best-selling author Graham Hancock during their discovery expedition (Sept 2014) across the Pacific Northwest in preparation for Hancock's new book. At the blustery sportsman’s access alongside Lenore Lake within Washington State's Grand Coulee, the two mavericks envision powerful floods redistributing eroded debris up the walls of the coulee and all the way through and out the mouth the Columbia Gorge on which the city of Portland is now built, multiple flood-flows combining into an 1100 feet-deep lake behind Wallula Gap, horseshoe-shaped ‘cataract’ falls receding back up the length of the coulee, and lobes of the Cordilleran ice sheet directing supra-glacial flows directly into the head of Grand Coulee.

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Sun Lakes Overlook - Graham Hancock Interviews Randall Carlson

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Unstaged, spontaneous on-site recording of Catastrophist geological researcher Randall Carlson and best-selling author Graham Hancock during their discovery expedition (Sept 2014) across the US Pacific Northwest: Looking south over Sun Lakes State Park within Washington’s (Lower) Grand Coulee, the two mavericks envision horseshoe-shaped ‘cataract’ erosional forms migrating back the length of the coulee to chisel out the tremendous gorge, consider the capability of Wallula Gap to effectively funnel the volume of flood-water released from the ice-dam-impounded lake, and question the discrepancies in flow-velocities measured near the Purcell Trench’s glacial lobes.


Dry Falls - Graham Hancock Interviews Randall Carlson

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Our fifth episode featuring spontaneous on-site recordings of Catastrophist geological researcher Randall Carlson and best-selling author Graham Hancock during their discovery expedition (Sept 2014) across the US Pacific Northwest: Overlooking and within the enormous Dry Falls Cataracts at the northern extreme of Washington’s Lower Grand Coulee, the two mavericks envision 20 miles of recessional erosion excavating the gorge along the Coulee Monocline, peer into the unique formations from the Visitor Center's 'catwalk', question the idea that an outburst flood from Montana could create the Grand and Moses Coulees, and study topographic maps that detail the massive destruction...


World's Largest Erratic - Randall Carlson on Catastrophic Meltdown

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On-site at the world's largest glacial erratic: Okotoks, the "Big Rock" during Research Expedition (REX) BC 2015 based out of Calgary, Alberta, where the team met up with Grimerica podcast hosts Graham and Darren, who joined us as we struck out for Prince George in British Columbia. With our first stop at the world's largest glacial erratic (actually listed in the "Guinness Book of World Records") we climbed up and over it, and then let Randall spill more knowledge about the catastrophic events that deposited the monolith here, after it rode an iceberg across the continental divide and floated almost 200 miles.

Listen to the Grimerica podcasts (# 129 and 131) that were recorded at the beginning and end of the expedition here: http://www.grimerica.ca/129/ http://www.grimerica.ca/131/


Ice Dam Problems

lecture only -- no support graphics] THIS EXCERPT NOW INCLUDED WITH COSMOGRAPHY101-15.1 CLASS VIDEO, ENHANCED WITH GRAPHICS HERE: https://youtu.be/6sAMOcNg3SY The proposed ‘ice dam’ in western Montana’s Clark Fork River Valley, an extension of the Purcell Trench Lobe of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, that has been accepted for decades to have repeatedly impounded a 550 cubic mile pro-glacial Lake Missoula, just doesn’t hold water. Read a description of C. Warren Hunt’s perspective in “Magician of the Gods” by Graham Hancock. Randall introduced him to the work of the Canadian geologist, who was a consultant to engineered dam projects, and published an article about its impossibility in an obscure journal in 1977. (Journal of Canadian Petroleum Geology)

During the lecture, Randall:

- questions the anthropogenic influence on climate compared to other natural factors - points out that scaling-up modern ice-dammed lakes by three orders of magnitude is necessary to allow for Lake Missoula -asks how, without an ice dam burst, does one explain one billion cubic-feet-per-second flood-flows -points out that modern Icelandic lakes can drain thru 30 miles of glacier in 30 days -explains that modern concrete reinforced dams are diminutive in comparison to the proposed ice dam -notes that everywhere else the glaciers are melting/retreating, but in this valley the ice keeps expanding and sealing against the growing lake -compares the complexity of the current flood model to the ousted Ptolemaic Model of the solar system -explains how the great floods were finally accepted because the ice dam allowed a ‘Uniformitarian’ explanation -proposes to demolish the impossible theory

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Ice Age Floods Paradigm Shift?

This was the first online video featuring Randall Carlson, originally posted in 2007, from REXpedition '03, which was our fifth trip into the Channeled Scablands. We are on the trail of the Lenore Ice Caves in Lower Grand Coulee, overlooking Lenore Lake to the west. Sporting his Cosmographic Research t-shirt with logo displaying a comet targeting the North American ice sheets, he talks about the transition of paradigms in science as new evidence mounts and requires modifications to past ideas. (high-quality digital video at that time was 640x480)