Is a Super volcano developing under Mount St. Helens? We know there’s one at Yellowstone, but this is not a good thing.
There have been moments in Earth’s history where volcanic activity was at a max. While I don’t think this is anywhere near what is going on, have you been paying any attention to the activity around the “ring of fire”?
“…However, since the new measurements show an apparent conduit connecting this conductive zone to Mount St Helens – which was undergoing a minor eruption of semi-molten material at the time the measurements were made – Hill and his colleagues now think the conductive material is more likely to be a semi-molten mixture. Its conductivity is not high enough for it to be pure magma, Hill says, so it is more likely to be a mixture of solid and molten rock….”