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from Dr. Lisa Morgan:
There is a identified significant bulge under the lake measuring approxly. 7 football fields long...
from Dr. Hessler (sp)
There is a potential for a hydorthermic explosions due to the uncertain volatile-ness of the Yellowstone Park area
The Yellowstone supervolcano has erupted regularly over the past 2 million years at intervals of about 600,000 years. The last time was about 640,000 years ago, making another eruption "imminent" in geological time.
Originally posted by JON
I've heard estimates of 2/3 of the US severely affected and a large portion of the world to varying degrees. Hows the EastCoast (specificaly NJ going to be affected).