by Garrett O’Brien, originally published 2017-20-November-2017
Lots of conversations happening about Yellowstone.
Two things about volcanoes from our history…
You either know for certain days ahead of time… or…
It is a total surprise.
Before a super-volcano erupts, 3 conditions have to be met and all 3 have to be happening at the same time…
- increased seismic activity
- sudden deformation of the ground formation
- hydrothermal systems (most common with, but not limited to, super-volcanoes) are thrown out of balance
So far, only one of the 3 has occurred (increased seismic activity).
Does that mean all 3 won’t happen in the near future?
No one knows – the last eruption in Yellowstone was 640,000 years ago and no one recorded it (heck, were we even walking around the earth in that area then?)
Here’s more from YouTube Channel Geographics (duration 24m16s)…
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Garrett is the owner of DecisiveLiberty.News. Formerly a Liberal then a Republican, Garrett has seen political parties by default look out for themselves and not the people. Garrett now focuses specifically on our Constitution as it is written. He uses Decisive Liberty as a platform to provide a voice to those that believe neither political party are protecting our Constitution nor our Rights to their fullest as our Founding Fathers wrote them in the First 10 Amendments. For the moment, Garrett resides in Brazil with his wife.