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Update time = Thu Jan 1 19:31:44 UTC 2009
Posted by geologist Christopher C. Sanders on January 1, 2009.
"I am advising all State officials around Yellowstone National Park for a potential State of Emergency. In the last week over 300 earthquakes have been observed by the USGS. We have a 3D view on the movement of magma rising underground. We have all of the pre warning signs of a major eruption from a super volcano. - I want everyone to leave Yellowstone National Park and for 200 miles around the volcano caldera."
Originally posted by mrwupy
Ah great, and I was hoping this year would be better than the last. Give me a moment to toss the last remaining hope out the window.
This is a scary scenario. I hope it doesn't come true.
Originally posted by ATSGUY
wow, all i can say is HOLY #@^@^@
i hope it doesnt blow, and yet, i still cant help but remember that there was a person on ats who was an abductee. She said that the ets told her to remember the state Wyoming, or was it casper wyoming. i hope nothing happens because that would really put the united states in emergency!
Evacuating Yellowstone would never be easy. The park gets some three million visitors a year, mostly in the three peak months of summer. The park's roads are comparatively few and they are kept intentionally narrow, partly to slow traffic, partly to preserve an air of picturesqueness, and partly because of topographical constraints. At the height of summer, it can easily take half a day to cross the park and hours to get anywhere within it. "Whenever people see animals, they just stop, wherever they are," Doss says. "We get bear jams. We get bison jams. We get wolf jams."
Originally posted by jam321
Seems like this is only one person sounding the warning. Sounds like a false warning to me. If that thing was on the Verge of going off, I would expect a governor or the President to sound the alarm.