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The birds are singing, the grass is green and Yellowstone is gonna kill us all.
Another fine day in America
reply to post by rickymouse
Well, I know whoever is in control of it can zoom around with it.
They have a few times since I started watching it.
Kind of a cool little live cam though!
I'm starting to feel as if Mother Earth has finally had enough of our s***.
Well, back to the weather bunker! *tin foil hat mode = ON*
Sourceedit on 3-30-2014 by AnarchistoOfTheNorth because: (no reason given)
I will wait for TA to chime in before speculating further, but lets not panic anyone. Yellowstone is a live volcano with tons of activity on a regular basis. There are faults that can create this size of quake. Yes, a 4.8 quake will definitely get your heart pumping, but bigger have happened before without a serious outcome.
reply to post by Darkblade71
That camera must be mounted to a tree. I was getting seasick watching it slowly bob up and down. It reminded me of being on a boat watching shore on a wavy day.
These calderas and associated volcanic structures lie within the Jemez Volcanic Field. This volcanic field lies above the intersection of the Rio Grande Rift, which runs north-south through New Mexico, and the Jemez Lineament, which extends from southeastern Arizona northeast to western Oklahoma. The volcanic activity here is related to the tectonic movements of this intersection.