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Yellowstone Supervolcano - Are they trying to tell us something

 
ShillsRUs
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Yellowstone Supervolcano - Are they trying to tell us something
Things that make you go hmmmmmm.....

The currently dormant supervolcano at Yellowstone may erupt with lava flows in the future, and scientists are working to pinpoint where exactly this might happen.

Their findings may improve eruption forecasting in this vast area of volcanic unrest, the researchers said.

Supervolcanoes are capable of eruptions dwarfing anything ever recorded by humanity, spewing out thousands of times more magma and ash than even the catastrophic Krakatoa eruption of 1883.

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Re: Yellowstone Supervolcano - Are they trying to tell us something
Rumor is, it is also being constantly agitated/targeted on a low/mid level by Russia's scalar weapons, according to info given to a former park employee at the Yellowstone site.
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Re: Yellowstone Supervolcano - Are they trying to tell us something
Yep. I just find the timing of the story to be very curious - given the increased volcanic activity across the globe.

I know alot of GLPers follow Ystone very closely - any thoughts on this story?
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Re: Yellowstone Supervolcano - Are they trying to tell us something
Don't think so, no.....Yellowstone will sleep for more centuries, because super eruptions doesn't happen too often.

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