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Originally posted by Three_moons
And as already mentioned, the University of Utah lists 3 Yellowstone earthquakes from today here.
Having said all that, I think the OP asked a reasonable question if "anyone recalled a stretch like this with no seismic activity" and the answer appears to be yes. It's happened before and there's been activity there today.
Does a calm happen before an eruption? Yellowstone blowing is one thing I don't want to happen in my life time. I don't want temperatures to drop! I am a heat man! Also, the devastation...
(emphasis added by me)
The Yellowstone area is one of the most seismically active parts of the United States, but the frequency of earthquakes varies dramatically and is related to other events in this active volcanic system
There are often 1 to 20 earthquakes recorded in Yellowstone National Park every day.
So you want gay people to be wiped out, aren't you the nice stand up person.
Originally posted by dragnet53
reply to post by badgrammaman
Get rid of most of the TPTB and the fruits and nuts of California in one swipe....
Originally posted by Yissachar1
Where's puterman when you need him???