Steamboat geyser smashing records + Mary Greeley reports huge magma intrusion

The Watchers (7-2)
Yellowstone’s Steamboat geyser continues smashing records, annual eruptions record expected to fall this summer

“During the month, 7 water eruptions occurred, on June 1, 7, 12, 15, 19, 23, and 28, bringing the total number of eruptions for the year to 25, the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory reports.
At this rate, the annual record for eruptions – 32, set last year – will fall this summer! June also saw the shortest interval between eruptions that has ever been recorded – slightly over 3 days.”

These reports are from BEFORE the big California quake swarm

LINK – https://youtu.be/nkmVPnAAzG0

LINK – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCsitLEwnTg

YS experts a little jumpy

The Big Wobble
Pacific Ring Of Fire, Southern California and Yellowstone all have experts a little jumpy this month as “swarmageddon” hits downtown Los Angeles

“To some, the “swarmageddon” 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles brought fear that a bigger threat was coming.”

The CA seismic activity LIVE DATA map page is here:
http://ncedc.org/seisMapLeaflet/index.html?org=cisn

DANGER! YS Geysers Become More Active

Zero Hedge – Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Fears Rise As Geysers Become More Active

“Some of Yellowstone’s geysers have been more active lately reigniting fears that the massive supervolcano will erupt. The sudden bursts of steaming hot water highlight the dramatic nature of Yellowstone while reminding us we are all at the caldera’s mercy.” . . . (more)

UPDATE

As Yellowstone Awakens, Dr. Michio Kaku Warns That It Could “Literally Tear The Guts Out Of The USA”

“Dr Kaku told Fox News: “Forget the image of Yogi Bear representing Yellowstone.

“We’re talking about a sleeping Godzilla underneath Yellowstone, that if it erupts in a maximum eruption called Category 8, it can literally tear the guts out of the United States of America.

“Instead of having 50 states of the Union, we would have 30 states of the Union.“”

Will Yellowstone Volcano Erupt Before Mount St. Helens? Take Our POLL!

On our parent blog, we are covering new rumblings at Mount St. Helens.

And there have been recent quakes off the Oregon Coast at the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

The San Andreas Fault hasn’t been sleeping well and Hawaii’s volcano is uneasy.

Nuke-Pro has been covering Hawaii. 

If Yellowstone Blows

Team Hack Life –
Where Is It Safe If Yellowstone Supervolcano Erupts? You Should Know!

“The big question on peoples mind is where is it safe if Yellowstone Supervolcano erupts? During the eruption, people would need to evacuate the western part of the United States and head towards the eastern seaboard to ensure their safety.”

Yellowstone volcano: Researcher’s ‘head east’ eruption warning REVEALED

USGS – Volcanic Hazards at Yellowstone

“Over the past 2.1 million years Yellowstone volcano has had three immense explosive volcanic eruptions that blanketed parts of the North American continent with ash and debris. “

…. useless graphic in the undated article:

But that “not in a million years” pep talk on the USGS page differs from what they tell Washington.

Look at this 2014 paper from the USGS’s Yellowstone Volcano Observatory –

Protocols for Geologic Hazards Response by the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory  PDF

(from page 7:)
“As needed, YVO will be an advisor within the National Incident Management System. The YVO Branch within the Plans Section of the Incident Command will consist of two prescribed groups (Monitoring and Information). The two groups and their subsidiary teams form a scalable system to respond to a variety of scenarios of geologic and volcanic unrest. The YVO response will be led by the YVO Branch Chief (also known as the Scientist-in-Charge) with the assistance of group supervisors and team leaders.

Formal alerts and information statements will be issued by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in conjunction with
YVO member agencies and through standard telephone and Internet “calldown” lists. External communications will
be coordinated by the public information team leader, in association with any Joint Information Center set up through the Incident Command. Internal communications will be handled through a computerized log system that can be used as an archive for public and non-public documents, and to provide a forum for discussion by observatory personnel and collaborators.”

See how they separate information into “public and non-public” groups? Like they’re going to tell the public the truth about the volcano that’s been a bucking bronco this week. (opinion) – FC

In 2006 USGS came up with a color coded Alert-Notification System [PDF] – it may or may not be upgraded to include a cell phone robo-call Alert.

Yellowstone Officials: There “Could be a Supervolcano Eruption Imminently” (VIDEO)

“An eruption would have 2,500 times the force of Mt. Saint Helens in 1980.”

LINK – https://youtu.be/YbHwPzYmRs4

2014 article by Zachary Stieber –
If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts then millions of U.S. citizens could end up in Brazil, Australia, or Argentina.

“That’s according to the South African news website Praag, which said that the African National Congress was offered $10 billion a year for 10 years if it would build temporary housing for Americans in case of an eruption.”

Too close for comfort? Boulder lies more than 400 miles from Yellowstone. Would we actually be affected by such an eruption?  By Terri Cook

2018 – The Mercury News The supervolcano under Yellowstone should make you worried

“. . . it was only in the 1960s that scientists realized the scale of the volcano – it’s 44 miles across – and not until the 1980s did they grasp that this thing is fully alive and still threatens to erupt catastrophically.

 

In NONE of these planning papers we read from FEMA and emergency planners do they ever take into account traffic jams which render evacuation IMPOSSIBLE. The US western states are sparsely populated and roads cannot handle millions of cars all headed east at the same time.

How Hurricane Rita anxiety led to the worst gridlock in Houston history

“In the Houston area, the muddled flight from the city killed almost as many people as Rita did. an estimated 2.5 million people hit the road ahead of the storm’s arrival, creating some of the most insane gridlock in U.S. history. More than 100 evacuees died in the exodus.

Idiotic hand out from FEMA     |     Another one

Brock Long’s Strategic Plan – so useful in the California fire swarms this year.

What do these “planners” think will happen to people in cars stuck in remote countryside and farmlands do when rocks are raining down and the sky is darkened by billowing ash clouds? Does it cross their minds there might be raving mad panic in a traffic jam of millions?  If an eruption entails earthquakes will there even be electricity to power gas station pumps to enable people to flee? In Rita the gas stations were out of commission.

 

 

USGS has increased the Yellowstone supervolcano threat to HIGH

Zero Hedge USGS: Yellowstone Super Volcano Threat Set To “High”

“The United States Geological Survey has increased the Yellowstone supervolcano threat to “high.” This is the first time that the USGS has updated its volcano threat assessments list since 2006.”

” . . . Despite the recent gradual uptick in thermal activity in the caldera directly below the supervolcano, the new USGS threat assessment is showing Yellowstone as stable, but dangerous when it does happen to erupt in the future. . . “


MORE

April 20 – Washington PostThe Yellowstone supervolcano is a disaster waiting to happen

“Yellowstone is capable of eruptions thousands of times more violent than the Mount St. Helens eruption of 1980.”

2017 – NASA wants to prevent the Yellowstone super volcano from destroying the US

2015 – The Jet Propulsion Laboratory – DEFENDING HUMAN CIVILIZATION FROM SUPERVOLCANIC ERUPTIONS [PDF]

P. 20  – “While Yellowstone is the greatest supervolcano threat to the U.S. (and perhaps also to all of human civilization), there are two other supervolcanoes within the contiguous 48 states.  These are the Long Valley Caldera near Mammoth Lakes CA, and the Valles Caldera near
Los Alamos, NM”