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When Yellowstone blows and other super
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When Yellowstone blows and other super
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the sheeple women and men will be carrying the same bags

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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
We don't deserve any mercy when the SHTF

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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
The more they manipulate and suppress data

truth is the ultimate wake up call to The Powers that are no more

no hope, you did it to humanity and your families



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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
Yellowstone is hardly going to blow in our lifetime.

What are the chances of Yellowstone erupting in our lifetime?

According to scientists at the United States Geological Survey, Yellowstone's history puts the yearly probability of another caldera-forming eruption as one in 730,000, or 0.00014 percent — odds that are, they note, roughly similar to that of a large (1 kilometer) asteroid hitting the Earth.

Oct 12, 2017
What Are the Chances Yellowstone's Supervolcano Will Erupt ...
https://www.inverse.com/article/37379-ye...ption-odds
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
seasnake  Wrote: (04-17-2019 07:46 PM)
Yellowstone is hardly going to blow in our lifetime.

What are the chances of Yellowstone erupting in our lifetime?

According to scientists at the United States Geological Survey, Yellowstone's history puts the yearly probability of another caldera-forming eruption as one in 730,000, or 0.00014 percent — odds that are, they note, roughly similar to that of a large (1 kilometer) asteroid hitting the Earth.

Oct 12, 2017
What Are the Chances Yellowstone's Supervolcano Will Erupt ...
https://www.inverse.com/article/37379-ye...ption-odds

USGS ... would not want to be them if things get bad soon
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
Something is not okay

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/

just change the settings to 7 days all mag

just saying
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
seasnake  Wrote: (04-17-2019 07:46 PM)
Yellowstone is hardly going to blow in our lifetime.

What are the chances of Yellowstone erupting in our lifetime?

According to scientists at the United States Geological Survey, Yellowstone's history puts the yearly probability of another caldera-forming eruption as one in 730,000, or 0.00014 percent — odds that are, they note, roughly similar to that of a large (1 kilometer) asteroid hitting the Earth.

Oct 12, 2017
What Are the Chances Yellowstone's Supervolcano Will Erupt ...
https://www.inverse.com/article/37379-ye...ption-odds

If only that were true. There have been 80 known lesser eruptions in between the last supereruption some larger than Pinatubo.

The nuclear testing on the continental United States plus other factors which I mention in a link copied from another thread have been fracturing the ground which allows magma to rise.

The one more likely to erupt is Long Valley (are they still fracking in the caldera?)

I think we will see an eruption at Yellowstone and/or Long Valley hopefully not super but even the lesser ones can be bad. All helped along by human activity mostly before these structures were recognised for what they are.

tethys  Wrote: (04-14-2019 10:42 PM)
We may not have that long because of various activities such as mining and old mine collapses, reservoir construction and nuclear testing an eruption could be triggered at a supervolcano such as Long Valley or Yellowstone. This is because fracturing the rocks allows magma to rise.

Could North Korea's Nuclear Testing Cause a Volcanic Eruption?

North Korea's nuclear test is not just testing international relations, it could be seriously threatening regional geology. Further testing could even cause a volcanic eruption.

https://interestingengineering.com/could...c-eruption

Large Earthquakes Trigger A Surge In Volcanic Eruptions

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20...084653.htm

If you look at the Yellowstone hotspot you can see that there has been a supereruption every time the hotspot has passed the rim of the previous caldera bar the penultimate time. It may be that the impact on Greenland which would have resulted in very large earthquakes triggered that penultimate eruption.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowstone_hotspot
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowston...te2013.JPG

Greenland ice sheet hides huge 'impact crater'

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-46181450

The M 7.2 - Hebgen Lake, Wyoming Earthquake occurred a couple of years after nuclear testing ceased on the mainland of the US -

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/.../executive

Reservoir Triggered Earthquakes

https://www.src.com.au/earthquakes/seism...rthquakes/

Add to this collapse of old mine workings, the fracking at Long Valley Caldera must be considered a sign of insanity -

Non-double-couple microearthquakes at Long Valley Caldera, California, provide evidence for hydraulic fracturing

https://www.researchgate.net/publication...fracturing



http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-122050-...pid2158684
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
tethys  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:09 PM)
seasnake  Wrote: (04-17-2019 07:46 PM)
Yellowstone is hardly going to blow in our lifetime.

What are the chances of Yellowstone erupting in our lifetime?

According to scientists at the United States Geological Survey, Yellowstone's history puts the yearly probability of another caldera-forming eruption as one in 730,000, or 0.00014 percent — odds that are, they note, roughly similar to that of a large (1 kilometer) asteroid hitting the Earth.

Oct 12, 2017
What Are the Chances Yellowstone's Supervolcano Will Erupt ...
https://www.inverse.com/article/37379-ye...ption-odds

If only that were true. There have been 80 known lesser eruptions in between the last supereruption some larger than Pinatubo.

The nuclear testing on the continental United States plus other factors which I mention in a link copied from another thread have been fracturing the ground which allows magma to rise.

The one more likely to erupt is Long Valley (are they still fracking in the caldera?)

I think we will see an eruption at Yellowstone and/or Long Valley hopefully not super but even the lesser ones can be bad. All helped along by human activity mostly before these structures were recognised for what they are.

tethys  Wrote: (04-14-2019 10:42 PM)
We may not have that long because of various activities such as mining and old mine collapses, reservoir construction and nuclear testing an eruption could be triggered at a supervolcano such as Long Valley or Yellowstone. This is because fracturing the rocks allows magma to rise.

Could North Korea's Nuclear Testing Cause a Volcanic Eruption?

North Korea's nuclear test is not just testing international relations, it could be seriously threatening regional geology. Further testing could even cause a volcanic eruption.

https://interestingengineering.com/could...c-eruption

Large Earthquakes Trigger A Surge In Volcanic Eruptions

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20...084653.htm

If you look at the Yellowstone hotspot you can see that there has been a supereruption every time the hotspot has passed the rim of the previous caldera bar the penultimate time. It may be that the impact on Greenland which would have resulted in very large earthquakes triggered that penultimate eruption.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowstone_hotspot
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowston...te2013.JPG

Greenland ice sheet hides huge 'impact crater'

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-46181450

The M 7.2 - Hebgen Lake, Wyoming Earthquake occurred a couple of years after nuclear testing ceased on the mainland of the US -

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/.../executive

Reservoir Triggered Earthquakes

https://www.src.com.au/earthquakes/seism...rthquakes/

Add to this collapse of old mine workings, the fracking at Long Valley Caldera must be considered a sign of insanity -

Non-double-couple microearthquakes at Long Valley Caldera, California, provide evidence for hydraulic fracturing

https://www.researchgate.net/publication...fracturing



http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-122050-...pid2158684

Do you have any links backing up your statement that nuclear testing has caused a single volcanic eruption to have occurred cause the very notion sounds very farfetched when we can't even dig very far into the Earth.
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
Ash Cloud will Stretch 1/2 Way across the USA.
Sulfur and brimstone will rain all the way down to Texas.
When and If SHTF, The Planet will have some real CLIMATE CHANGE!
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04-17-2019 10:22 PM

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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:13 PM)
Ash Cloud will Stretch 1/2 Way across the USA.
Sulfur and brimstone will rain all the way down to Texas.
When and If SHTF, The Planet will have some real CLIMATE CHANGE!
chuckle

My plan to handle to situation is to grow massive fields of marijuana all over Yellowstone so that if a big eruption day ever comes everyone will be mellow and without so much fear about it.
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04-17-2019 10:26 PM

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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
seasnake  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:13 PM)
tethys  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:09 PM)
If only that were true. There have been 80 known lesser eruptions in between the last supereruption some larger than Pinatubo.

The nuclear testing on the continental United States plus other factors which I mention in a link copied from another thread have been fracturing the ground which allows magma to rise.

The one more likely to erupt is Long Valley (are they still fracking in the caldera?)

I think we will see an eruption at Yellowstone and/or Long Valley hopefully not super but even the lesser ones can be bad. All helped along by human activity mostly before these structures were recognised for what they are.




http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-122050-...pid2158684

Do you have any links backing up your statement that nuclear testing has caused a single volcanic eruption to have occurred cause the very notion sounds very farfetched when we can't even dig very far into the Earth.

I have given a link on earthquakes triggering a surge in volcanic eruptions and also this link on the nuclear testing in Korea an extract which reads -

North Korea's recent bomb test caused a 6.3 magnitude tremor sparking fears that surrounding ground could be destabilized. It had initially been reported by the USGS that the termor was a magnitude 5.6 at 10km depth. This was later upgraded to the now commonly quoted 6.3 magnitude at 0km depth.

https://interestingengineering.com/could...c-eruption

If the ground is fractured magma will rise.

Look at my link on the Greenland impact, I suspect when dated it will correlate with the penultimate supereruption at Yellowstone. There is a program by the major space agencies to land on comets and asteroids and it must be assumed to direct any Earth crossing ones to a safer orbit.

There is circumstantial evidence that the calderas have been stressed and close monitoring with the cessation of activities which might cause fracture would be the way to proceed.

We must also look at the high and increasing level of cosmic rays which have been shown to increase explosive volcanic eruptions.

Cosmic Rays Increasing for the 4th Year in a Row

https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2019/02/...-in-a-row/

Explosive volcanic eruptions triggered by cosmic rays

This strong association between eruption timing and the solar minimum is statistically significant to a confidence level of 96.7%.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...7X10001966

Yellowstone lava is rhyolite which is silica rich -

https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/volcanoes/yel...uence.html


Rhyolite is an igneous, volcanic rock, of felsic (silica-rich) composition.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhyolite
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RE: When Yellowstone blows and other super
tethys  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:26 PM)
seasnake  Wrote: (04-17-2019 10:13 PM)
Do you have any links backing up your statement that nuclear testing has caused a single volcanic eruption to have occurred cause the very notion sounds very farfetched when we can't even dig very far into the Earth.

I have given a link on earthquakes triggering a surge in volcanic eruptions and also this link on the nuclear testing in Korea an extract which reads -

North Korea's recent bomb test caused a 6.3 magnitude tremor sparking fears that surrounding ground could be destabilized. It had initially been reported by the USGS that the termor was a magnitude 5.6 at 10km depth. This was later upgraded to the now commonly quoted 6.3 magnitude at 0km depth.

https://interestingengineering.com/could...c-eruption

If the ground is fractured magma will rise.

Look at my link on the Greenland impact, I suspect when dated it will correlate with the penultimate supereruption at Yellowstone. There is a program by the major space agencies to land on comets and asteroids and it must be assumed to direct any Earth crossing ones to a safer orbit.

There is circumstantial evidence that the calderas have been stressed and close monitoring with the cessation of activities which might cause fracture would be the way to proceed.

We must also look at the high and increasing level of cosmic rays which have been shown to increase explosive volcanic eruptions.

Cosmic Rays Increasing for the 4th Year in a Row

https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2019/02/...-in-a-row/

Explosive volcanic eruptions triggered by cosmic rays

This strong association between eruption timing and the solar minimum is statistically significant to a confidence level of 96.7%.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...7X10001966

Yellowstone lava is rhyolite which is silica rich -

https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/volcanoes/yel...uence.html


Rhyolite is an igneous, volcanic rock, of felsic (silica-rich) composition.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhyolite

tremors and volcanic eruptions are two completely different things, but cosmic rays and actions of the sun does seem to have higher plausibility
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