Reuters – Unusual eruptions at world’s largest active geyser in Yellowstone
“The world’s largest active geyser has erupted three times in the past six weeks at Yellowstone National Park, including once this week, in a pattern that is unusual but not at all indicative of a more destructive volcanic eruption brewing beneath Wyoming, geologists said on Saturday.”
Nothing to see here … move along…
Strange Sounds – Hot magma plume found more than 1,800 miles underneath Yellowstone Supervolcano
Some strange events in Yellowstone National Park captured on videos
“New images prove that the Yellowstone hotspot is powered by superheated magma rising up from Earth’s core. The last Yellowstone supereruption occurred roughly 640,000 years ago, creating the massive, 40-mile wide Yellowstone caldera and producing an umbrella-shaped ash cloud that blanketed areas as far away as modern-day New York with several millimeters of ash. The prospect of another cataclysmic supereruption has sent scientists on a decades-long search for the source of Yellowstone’s devastating power.” (more)
Mary Greeley reports –
LINK – https://youtu.be/AzqAxVubYfg
LINK – https://youtu.be/YDpIF4aWRzk
Note – many videos on this topic on the web this week – FC
We haven’t double checked this yet – we’ll add more in the comments if we think this is made up or supported by video of the river.
” . . . A Volcanic Vent opened beneath the Shoshone River outside the Yellowstone super volcano at the same time the US Geological Survey and Utah Seismic Center were specifically denying trouble brewing at Yellowstone as the reason for seismic data being taken offline last week.
Photos below show the fissure open underwater with such heat coming out, it caused the river to give off steam!”
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Grist – There’s worrying volcano news. But could that be good climate news?
If you, like me, have Google alerts for the terms “volcano,” “earthquake,” “end of days,” and “survivalist cult now accepting applications,” the recent news that both Mount St. Helens and Yellowstone’s supervolcano are showing signs of activity may have had you reaching for your bug-out bag. . . .
They noticed the big interest on the web on the topic.