"Decoding the Ice Age Floods at Lenore Lake" Graham Hancock Interviews Randall Carlson (#4)

Link Below 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... read more

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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.

Hancock's new book "Magicians of the Gods" is available now: www.grahamhancock.com/magicians/

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