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Yellowstone revisited...

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posted on May, 30 2004 @ 01:00 PM
Although this article deals with an Alaskan earthquake having a direct effect on the hydrothermal activities in 2002, I found this part to be rather ominous:

"Could large earthquakes closer to Yellowstone trigger hydrothermal explosions?" they asked.

Thousands of years ago a steam and hot water explosion blasted out a hole that now is Mary's Bay on Yellowstone Lake.

Here is the rest of the article:

I just wish they told us who they were quoting there.

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