posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 10:43 AM
I was talking to a friend of mine the other day about the Yellowstone problem. As I am sure has been mentioned here, Yellowstone is showing signs of
Here is a question I was considering. Don't animals behave strangely before a serious geological event? For instance, I wonder if the movement of
the birds, particularly in that area can be tracked as a sort of early-warning system.
Of course this brings up the whole question of where would be safe from that disaster? Some here have had questions about a bulge in the lake, but he
was saying that one side of Yellowstone lake has dropped by about a foot which made the other side seem like a bulge. Evidently the caldera is right
below that lake, and the fact that it is sinking, especially THAT much is very bad. It isn't supposed to sink more than 1/4th of an inch per
Also, is there already a thread dedicated to people who are watching the area (seismically and otherwise)? If not I wonder if one should be