Swarm of earthquakes in Yellowstone Park

Yellowstone Supervolcano

Seismographs have picked up a swarm of earthquakes in the northwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park, including dozens early Tuesday.

The University of Utah Seismograph Station reported five small earthquakes including those with magnitudes of 3.4, 2.7 and 3.2 in a 20-minute period starting at 3:33 a.m. in an area 16 to 18 miles south of Gardiner.

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2 thoughts on “Swarm of earthquakes in Yellowstone Park”

  1. Something is happening because we are seeing geological activity all over the planet where there should not be anywhere near this much going on.
    I suggest that the Democrats are going to try to blame it all on global warming or some such foolishness. Then by executive order, the EPA will put all the coal burning generators out of business making the way for a much more expensive process that does not really work.
    Meantime, back in Yellowstone, a super volcano is likely to occur if the geologists are right.
    Unfortunately, you can buy any scientist out there for grant money. So just tell them what you want to hear and they will put it in scientific jargon and run with it. The question is are they bought or are they right?

    The explosive growth of the EPA should worry people a lot more than it does. The manipulation of agencies of government for private gain should send alarm bells off all over the place. Neither seems to be the case with the American Public and they all go blissfully on their way.
    It is only a matter of time before the entire thing collapses like a house of cards that has gotten too tall.

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