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Good catch Hawk!  in my lifetime have never heard of this happening at Yellowstone!  (yogi, boo-boo and ranger smith better bail!) 

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Yellowstone Closure! Pictures From July 9... Geyser Basins Unbelievable!
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWZR7p5kVzo
 
Higher Truth Channel
 
 
Published on Jul 11, 2014

Associated Press

HTC Obtained Just Released Pictures From Firehole Lake and Geyser Basins. Road Closure Due To Asphalt Melting! Yes, it's true!

 

Tx Reddwolf

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Thanks Guys.  I am taking the multiple number of earthquakes as a good sign - as this would allow the built up pressure to slowly release instead of releasing all at once which would be devastating as we all know.  The pressure has to come out somehow so slowly and over time is a good thing I think.  Be safe everyone.

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Yellowstone Volcano: Supervolcano Eruption Would Last for ‘Many Months,’ Possible Even ‘Years’ (+Map, Effects)

By Zachary Stieber

July 14, 2014

 

"An eruption of the Yellowstone National Park supervolcano could last for over a year.

The park sits on top of the world’s largest active volcano, which erupted around 640,000 years ago and sent ash across most of North America.

The two other recorded eruptions are 1.3 million and 2.1 million years ago.

While discussing the effects of an eruption, supervolcano scientist Bob Smith told NBC that an eruption could last for a long time.

 

“These giant eruptions in Yellowstone – the supervolcano, if you wish — probably last many, many months, maybe even years,” Smith said.

The story also discussed news that is actually six months old–that Smith and other scientists discovered that the magma pool underneath the volcano is about 2.5 times larger than previously thought."

 

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This map from the U.S. Geological Service shows the range of the volcanic ash that was deposited after the biggest of the Yellowstone National Park eruptions around 2.1 million years ago. “These eruptions left behind huge volcanic depressions called “calderas” and spread volcanic ash over large parts of North America,” it said. “If another large caldera-forming eruption were to occur at Yellowstone, its effects would be worldwide. Thick ash deposits would bury vast areas of the United States, and injection of huge volumes of volcanic gases into the atmosphere could drastically affect global climate.”

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http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/801679-yellowstone-volcano-eruption-would-last-for-many-months-possible-even-years-map-effects/

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A video from July 7, 2014 purporting to show a huge plume of gas rising from Yellowstone at a  distance
 
Gagare1952
Published July 8, 2014
 
YELLOWSTONE SUPERVOLCANO ERUPTION IMMINENT 2014

 

tx Reddwolf

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Great vid, thanks Breezy. Tho I had to mute the awful soundtrack , lol.  

 

Betchya that's one 'end' of a hyper-dimensional electro-magnetic filament connecting to the sun. or something.  

Hopefully it's balancing the pressure and not infusing it!

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If This Supervolcano Erupts, Two-Thirds of America Will Be Screwed

July 25, 2014

Matt Lemas

 

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This simulation of the supervolcano eruption in Yellowstone National Park is just a digital snap shot of its potential impact. (Photo: CBC)

 

"Deep in America’s northwest, there lies a supervolcano that, if erupted, has the potential to wipe out the majority of the United States.

What is a supervolcano exactly?

I think the name says it all, but officially, scientists define it as a volcano capable of an eruption thousands of times greater than any ordinary volcanic explosion.

These supervolcanoes burst when a growing pressure of molten rock, or magma, rises up from the Earth’s mantle.

When the crust can’t contain the buildup anymore — boom.

In historic times, we luckily haven’t experienced a supervolcano explosion. The most recent eruption occurred 27,000 years ago in New Zealand.

But, mankind isn’t out of the woods yet. Deep below Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming lies a supervolcano that is very much alive."

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It’s immediate effects would be deadly enough, with some estimates saying that 87,000 people would be killed instantly.

A 10-foot layer of ash would spread up to 1,000 miles away, leaving two-thirds of the country completely uninhabitable.
 
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This simulation from First Science shows the immediate effects of an explosion at Yellowstone National Park. (Youtube/ FirstScience.tv)

 

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A Discovery Channel simulation of a Yellowstone supervolcano explosion. ( Youtube/Discovery)

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http://www.ryot.org/supervolcano-yellowstone-volcano-will-it-erupt/765673

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Here is something positive and good that is happening in Yellowstone ...... 

 

Shock horror its not Doom and Gloom ........ sorry its nice to see some balance being restored god forbid PROGRESS

 

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Yellowstone Volcano: 98 Earthquakes Revealed In Latest Report By USGS 

Nov. 4, 2014

 

 

 

 

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"In the latest update of the Yellowstone volcano by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), October registered 98 total earthquakes in the Yellowstone National Park region. This seismic activity shows 21 more earthquakes than those reported in September. Although there was more activity in October, the highest magnitude was lower than the one reported in September.
The volcano's current alert level is "normal" and current aviation color  code is "green".  This indicates that no massive eruption of the super volcano is imminent.

According to the USGS, their information comes from the University of Utah Seismograph Stations and is responsible for the operation and analysis of the Yellowstone Seismic Network.

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http://www.inquisitr.com/1584958/yellowstone-volcano-98-earthquakes-revealed-in-latest-report-by-usgs/



 

 

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Yellowstone Volcano Link: Northwest Nevada Earthquakes Today

Nov 6, 2014

 

"The current Nevada earthquake swarm is happening right where the Yellowstone Super Volcano’s Caldera was over 20 million years ago.  What is happening?

An earthquake swarm in Northwest Nevada has prompted concerns as to what is causing it.  The Yellowstone Super Volcano is far from the site, but 20 million years ago this hotspot was in Northwest Nevada, right at the epicenter of the recent earthquakes."

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http://www.apocalypticreview.com/2014/11/06/yellowstone-volcano-link-northwest-nevada-earthquakes-today/

 

Tx Reddwolf

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Will the Yellowstone Volcano Erupt?

 

The last major volcanic eruption on U-S soil was Mt.Saint Helens in Washington State in May of 1980, which destroyed 230 square miles of mostly wilderness but some buildings too.

What a lot of people don't know is that there is a large volcano underneath Yellowstone National Park. This volcano is active and it is being watched 24 hours a day.

Nature is in control at Yellowstone.
Bison roam free. Crystal clear water flows freely.
On the surface, it's tranquil.
It's what's happening beneath the ground that brought us here.

"We are on top of the volcano, we are here sensing the moods and personality changes of the volcano." Hank Heasler has been a Yellowstone National Park Geologist since 2002.
Five years ago, the U-S Park Service asked him to move his home into a residential area inside Yellowstone, following a series of intense earthquakes. "It was proceeding in an unusual way so we went to an incident command system and talked about ways to get park staff out."
No evacuations were needed, but it was a wake up call. "All the heat that's coming out is due to the fact that we have molten rock, partially molten rock, within a few miles of the surface." The molten rock, created by the volcano, is the force behind Yellowstone's series of hot water geysers.
There are 900 worldwide.
500 of them are here. "That's all tied to the heart of Yellowstone, which is the underlying volcano."

 

http://www.ksfy.com/home/headlines/Will-the-Yellowstone-Volcano-Erupt-290287661.html?device=phone&c=y

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1/30/2015 -- Yellowstone Geologist says Eruption in 2 weeks or less? Strange cryptic interview
 

1/30/2015 -- Yellowstone Geologist says Eruption in 2 weeks or less? Strange cryptic interview

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoSEnnF6G1w

 

 dutchsinse

tx waiting/reddwolf


 

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Many volcano's are active at the moment Breezy as they are all interconnected with releasing the inner pressure.  However, if Yellowstone does erupt in 2 weeks or the short term it will be an eruption, not a super eruption.

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had a very odd shake in and around Fox Creek Alberta , last time i remember dishes rattling was in the early 1960s  and that was from  the one in Alaska !!! very unusual to have shake in Alberta!!!

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Magma Expanse Under Yellowstone Supervolcano More Vast Than Thought

April 24, 2015

Ben Brumfield

 

 

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Yellowstone National Parks Grand Prismatic Spring, the park's largest hot spring, makes for a stunning photo in this aerial shot.

 

"CNN)As tourists stroll between Yellowstone's 300 active geysers, taking selfies in front of thousands of bubbling, boiling mud pots and hissing steam vents, they are treading on one of the planet's greatest time bombs.

The park is a supervolcano so enormous, it has puzzled geophysicists for decades, but now a research group, using seismic technology to scan its depths, have made a bombshell discovery.

Yellowstone's magma reserves are many magnitudes greater than previously thought, say scientists from the University of Utah.

Underneath the national park's attractions and walking paths is enough hot rock to fill the Grand Canyon nearly 14 times over. Most of it is in a newly discovered magma reservoir, which the scientists featured in a studypublished on Thursday in the journal Science."

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http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/24/us/yellowstone-supervolcano-magma-reservoir-discovery/?iid=ob_article_topstories_pool&iref=obinsite

 

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Going to add a couple videos regarding Yellowstone.  Take from them what you will, and discard the rest.
 
 

Yellowstone Supervolcano Report World Rocking


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocjNC5Y2hv4&feature=youtu.be

Mary Greeley May 7, 2015
 
 
 

Super Eruption Coming around the world says Volcanic Expert


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maaVRTeq-n8


Kim Caldwell March 23, 2015
 
 
 Then this one

Leaked Email: U.S.G.S Yellowstone Supervolcano

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QIzx0aCMfk

Tom Lupshu <<< Not to sure about this guy, actually, but listened anyway.  \

 

In the one video (Alex Jones), it was said that USGS has told people who know that under penalties of arrest and imprisonment, they were not to tell anyone what's really going on at Yellowstone.  Non Disclosure agreements had to be signed.  Ok then, do we also recall all the preparations and supplies moved into FEMA region 3 last year? Also in that video, they show a line going diagonally across the US from Mt.St.Helens to the NE part of Florida. That fault line is not mentioned by many, but I had read about it, once in the last couple years, and have never read another thing about it, until watching that video, and there it is shown, but I did not hear either Alex or Stan actually tell what it was, and don't think I missed it. Those of us who watch the EQ maps are very aware that eq's are removed from time to time, and the wrong size dot is placed in an eq's location, many times.  IOW a dot the size of a 1 will be placed where a 5 actually took place. Many of us have wondered why this is done, if not to alert those who watch for bigger ones? They are really good at doing so, when it's close to Japan.  

 

Tx Reddwolf 

 

I will add this link to the roads in Yellowstone, and their current conditions just in case you're planning a trip.

 

http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/parkroads.htm

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Yellowstone Supervolcano What Other Bad News Are They Going To Tell Us Later?
Mary Greeley


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YELLOWSTONE MAGMA CHAMBER EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY — SIGN OF WESTERN US PRESSURE

May 18, 2015

 

"Two volcanic earthquakes have struck Idaho , and Wyoming over the past 12 hours.   Both earthquakes related to the volcanic chambers below the famous Yellowstone Super-Volcano."

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http://dutchsinse.com/5182015-yellowstone-magma-chamber-earthquake-activity-sign-of-western-us-pressure/

tx Reddwolf

 

 
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Road in Yellowstone National Park closed to vehicles due to thermal activity

July 16, 2015

David Sherman

 

 

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Rangers at Yellowstone National Park have temporarily closed Upper Terrace Drive near Mammoth Hot Springs to vehicles due to a new thermal feature that is affecting the road. (Yellowstone National Park photo)

 

"Rangers at Yellowstone National Park have temporarily closed Upper Terrace Drive near Mammoth Hot Springs to vehicles due to a new thermal feature that is affecting the road.

A press release from the park says that the new feature became "visibly active" in May near the Upper Terrace parking lot, creating new small terraces adjacent to the drive. 

Geologists and rangers monitored the thermal feature and found temperatures up to 152 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Rangers noticed additional thermal activity this week adjacent to and under the pavement, which triggered the temporary closure.

Thermal imaging shows heat under the pavement as well.

Park geologist Dr. Hank Heasler said, “We have known this area had heat near the surface based on the fact that it does not hold snow in the winter. We drilled two holes a half-meter (20 inches) deep, both of which now have hot water bubbling at the surface or very near the surface.”

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http://www.kpax.com/story/29568325/road-in-yellowstone-national-park-closed-to-vehicles-due-to-thermal-activity

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The timebomb under Yellowstone: Experts warn of 90,000 immediate deaths and a 'nuclear winter' across the US if supervolcano erupts

August 7, 2015

By ELLIE ZOLFAGHARIFARD

 

 

"A supervolcano in the heart of America's northwest has the potential to blanket the US in a 'nuclear winter'.

If it were to erupt, the Yellowstone supervolcano would be one thousand times as powerful as the 1980 Mount St Helens eruption, experts claim.
While it has lain dormant for more than 70,000 years, scientists say that we can't rule out the possibility eruption this may some day take place - although they say the chances are extremely slim.

 

The volcano at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and Montana sits atop a huge reserve of molten rock and last erupted 640,000 years ago.

It is one of the largest active continental silicic volcanic fields in the world. Silicic is used to describe magma or igneous rock rich in silica.
Experts say there is a one in 700,000 annual chance of a volcanic eruption at the site.

 

An in-depth report by HowStuffWorks has revealed the process that would take place if the volcano were to blow.
It says that a mixture of magma, rocks, vapour, carbon dioxide and other gases would eventually push out from the ground, creating a dome shape with cracks.
The dissolved gases would them explode, releasing the magmaacross the park.

 

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This USGS graphic shows how a 'super eruption' of the molten lava under Yellowstone National Park would spread ash across the United States

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3189619/What-happen-Yellowstone-s-supervolcano-erupted-Experts-warn-90-000-immediate-deaths-nuclear-winter-US.html

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Dogs die, man severely burned at Panther Creek Hot Spring

 

A Boise family wants to help warn the community of a dangerous hot spring in north central Idaho.

Paden McCormic had to be taken by air ambulance to Seattle after suffering third-degree burns on over half his body. McCormic was burned after going into Panther Creek Hot Springs, also know as Big Creek Hot spring, on August 20th.

McCormic was hiking with his wife, Katie, and their three dogs. According to Katie's mother, Christine Brown., as they approached the hot spring one of the dogs ran and jumped into the spring. The dog began to yelp in pain and a second dog jumped in to help rescue the other animal. The second dog went under the water immediately and never resurfaced. At that point Paden McCormic went into the water to save the other dog.

 

http://www.localnews8.com/news/Dogs-die-man-severely-burned-at-Panther-Creek-Hot-Spring/34911248

 

http://dutchsinse.com/8252015-yellowstone-alert-man-dogs-burned-alive-in-challis-idaho-hot-springs-earthquake-swarm-location/

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