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Will Mt. St. Helens look the same?
I think Mt. St. Helens might be able to rebuild itself depending on if erupts. If it keeps on erupting it won't get a chance to rebuild. If it doesn't erupt it will take about 140.5 years to go back to it's normal state. The reason it will take so long to rebuild is because it has to rebuild 4,213 feet of rock. You are probably thinking how could Mt. St. Helens rebuild itself? It grows over 1 inch every day. That's 300 feet every 10 years. That's a lot!
Article posted October 3, 2011 at 10:31 AM •
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i thought your blog was awesome
Comment Posted on October 20, 2011 at 10:07 AM by
Brianne, your blog rocked! I love how you even threw in some facts here and there, like when you said that it grows over 1 inch every day. You really convinced me, and I think the same is true for most others who read your blog. Keep it up!
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