The fossil forests of Yellowstone National Park are both fascinating and puzzling. How did multiple layers of vertical petrified trees form? Harold Coffin spent years studying this question and arrived at a remarkable theory, but it would not be shown to be reasonable and probably true until the eruption of Mt. St. Helens.
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|Ariel Roth has dedicated his life to understanding Earth history. This documentary – with spectacular videography of the Grand Canyon and also featuring material from his time under water in the Hydrolab investigating coral growth – explores some of the conclusions drawn from Dr. Roth’s lifetime of experience.|