Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Would Doom the United States

Yellowstone Eruption

Melted roads, the strongest earthquake in more than 30 years, spiking gas emissions from hot springs, animals purportedly “fleeing” the park’s boundaries — all those events must be signs that the supervolcano lying dormant beneath Yellowstone National Park is poised for the first eruption in 70,000 years, right?

Wrong. As the head of the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, Jacob B. Lowenstern, told The Billings Gazette, there’s no “abnormal” activity going on beneath Yellowstone.

“The probability of a large … eruption within the next few thousand years is exceedingly low,” a USGS report concludes.

But say the supervolcano were to erupt today, what sort of impacts would the United States experience? Thanks to new research from the USGS we finally have some answers, and the findings are decidedly grim.

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1 thought on “Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Would Doom the United States”

  1. There is definitely something going on. But just exactly what has the liar-in-chief been hiding now?
    The trouble is that the government has been caught. They have so consistently lied about various things in the last 6 years that it is difficult to believe anything that they might say.
    Which makes them lousy liars. Good liars keep enough truth going to make people believe when they do lie.
    I suggest that if Yellowstone is waking up it has something to do with geology in another part of the world that normally would have nothing to do with us. Fukushima comes to mind.
    But one might ask, How? The only answer I can come up with is either the radiation is starting to effect the crust itself or the 3 cores of Fukushima are melting everything under them and gradually going deeper and then setting off some kind of chain reaction in the Earth itself. If that is happening then we have a whole different ball game. Such a massive heat could possibly go very deep before it is absorbed, if it is absorbed.
    It might actually lead to large portions of Japan sinking.
    Or it might be nothing at all.
    Whatever is happening it is happening along the entire ring of fire in the Pacific. So much of that ring is in areas that are not part of the modern world of communication. Places like the South Pacific Islands.
    There are enormous pressures involved here. If one area releases that pressure, then it effects everything on the planet. It is like a huge house of cards waiting to come down.
    Like the entire Western side of our nation sits on a huge earthquake zone. For years people have predicted it will set of a massive quake that might just sink part of California into the ocean.
    People have been predicting that for an incredible long time. I remember that prediction all the way back to 1953.
    California was still there the last time I checked.
    But a lot of people did not take St. Helens very seriously either. We all know how that ended.
    I suggest we need some really brilliant geologists to go over everything that has happened and let them figure it out.
    Then we get back to the business of government liars and how much they say that we can actually believe.

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