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Yellowstone Alerta: Cuenta atrás para el Apocalipsis se dedica

Cette photo de la fin de 2012,nous montre  le dégré élevé de la température sur le site./ This photo of the end of 2012, shows the high degree of temperature on the site. / Esta foto de la final de 2012, muestra el alto grado de temperatura en el sitio. /

Esta foto de la final de 2012, muestra el alto grado de temperatura en el sitio. /

 

En este punto, el sótano de Parque Nacional de Yellowstone se encuentra a un ritmo récord. De hecho, equivale a una tasa de alrededor de tres pulgadas por año. La razón por la que está tan preocupado de que el parque se encuentra en la súpervolcán Yellowstone- el volcán más grande de América del Norte. Los científicos nos dicen que es inevitable que vuelvan a estallar algún día, y cuando eso ocurre la devastación es casi inimaginable. Una erupción completa de Yellowstone enviar una gruesa capa de ceniza volcánica de hasta 1000 kilómetros de distancia, y que tendría mucho de los Estados Unidos inhabitable. Cuando la mayoría de los estadounidenses piensan de Yellowstone, tienden a evocar imágenes de El oso Yogi y « Old Faithful », pero la verdad es que dormir debajo de Yellowstone bestia volcánica que podría destruir nuestra nación en un solo día, y ahora la bestia comienza a despertar.

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El volcán de Yellowstone es tan grande que es difícil de resumir en unas pocas palabras. De acuerdo con el Daily Mail, el bolsillo de magma debajo de Yellowstone está a unos 300 kilómetros de ancho

La caldera de Yellowstone es uno de los más impresionantes creaciones de la naturaleza y se sienta encima del campo volcánico más grande de América del Norte.

Su nombre significa « olla » y « hervidor de agua » y se formó cuando la tierra se derrumbó después de una explosión volcánica.

En Yellowstone, a unos 400 kilómetros por debajo de la superficie de la Tierra es un « punto caliente » de magma que se eleva 30 kilómetros bajo tierra antes de extenderse sobre un área de 300 kilómetros a través de las capas geológicas.

En la parte superior, pero siempre bajo la superficie, es el volcán inactivo.

Délimitation géographique de la caldéra./ Geographic  limit of the caldera./ Delimitacion geografica de la cadera.

Delimitacion geografica de la cadera.

 

Cuando la mayoría de los estadounidenses piensan de las erupciones volcánicas de los Estados Unidos, se acuerdan de la catastrófica erupción del Monte St. Helens erupción en 1980. Pero esto ni siquiera vale la pena en comparación con una erupción en toda regla de Yellowstone supervolcán.

Y ahora, el área alrededor de Yellowstone es más sísmicamente activa. De hecho, el Dr. Bob Smith dijo que nunca ha visto nada como esto en los 53 años que veía Yellowstone

Hasta hace poco, Bob Smith nunca había sido testigo de dos sucesiones de terremotos simultáneos en sus 53 años de seguimiento de la actividad sísmica en y alrededor de la caldera de Yellowstone.

Ahora Smith, profesor de geofísica en la Universidad de Utah, vio a tres fincas de ambos terremotos.

La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce  fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation./ The thrust of the largest lava lake in the caldera announcement likely death of our civilization./ El empuje del mayor lago de lava en el anuncio caldera muerte probable de nuestra civilización.
La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation./
The thrust of the largest lava lake in the caldera announcement likely death of our civilization./
El empuje del mayor lago de lava en el anuncio caldera muerte probable de nuestra civilización.

 

En septiembre de 2013, 130 terremotos golpean Yellowstone durante una sola semana. Esto ha hecho que muchos observadores extremadamente preocupados por Yellowstone

Últimas fincas terremotos en Yellowstone comenzó el 10 de septiembre y temblaron hasta las 11:30 16 de septiembre

« Un total de 130 sismos de magnitud 0,6 a 3,6 se han producido en estas tres áreas, sin embargo, la mayoría estaban en la cuenca inferior del géiser« , dijo un investigador de la Universidad de Utah. « En particular, mucha de la actividad sísmica en Yellowstone es como enjambres. « 

 

Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira./ The extreme limits of the great  caldera.
Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira./
The extreme limits of the great caldera.

Entonces, ¿cuál es el peor de los casos?

Bueno, de acuerdo con el Daily Mail, una erupción completa de Yellowstone podría dejar dos terceras partes de los EE.UU. completamente inhabitable

Si tuviéramos que explotó, lo haría con una fuerza mil veces más potente que el Monte St. Helens en 1980.

Mientras que arroga su lava lejos en el cielo, una nube de cenizas tóxicas asesinaría a toda la vegetación en el suelo, en un rango de movimiento y todo se cubre con un ácido buena y 10 metros de profundidad cálida capa de hasta 1.000 millas el.

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Dos terceras partes de los EE.UU. podrían convertirse en inhabitables como barrido de aire tóxico a pesar de todo, en la tierra y miles de vuelos fueron cancelados y millones de personas se verían obligados a abandonar sus hogares.

¿Puedes pensar en otro desastre potencial que podría hacer lo mismo?

Es por eso que este está sucediendo en Yellowstone en este momento es tan importante, y el pueblo estadounidense merece saber la verdad. Aquí están algunos hechos más explícitas sobre Yellowstone compilé que he incluido en un artículo anterior

# 1 Una erupción a gran escala de la Yellowstone podría ser hasta 1.000 veces más potente que la erupción del Monte Santa Helena en 1980.

# 2 Una erupción a gran escala de la Yellowstone podría arrojar ceniza volcánica hasta 25 millas en el aire.

# 3 La próxima erupción de Yellowstone parece ser cada vez más estrecha con cada año que pasa. Desde el año 2004, algunas zonas del Parque Nacional de Yellowstone se incrementaron en no menos de 10 pulgadas de altura.

# 4 Hay alrededor de 3.000 terremotos en el área de Yellowstone solamente cada año.

5 En el caso de una erupción a gran escala de Yellowstone, casi todo el norteoeste de Estados Unidos será completamente destruida.

# 6 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone significaría que casi todo en un radio de 100 millas de Yellowstone matarían inmediatamente.

# 7 Una erupción a gran escala de Yellowstone podría potencialmente verter una capa de ceniza volcánica que es por lo menos 10 pies de altura de hasta 1000 kilómetros de distancia.

# 8 Una erupción ampliamente Yellowstone podría cubrir casi la totalidad de los EE.UU. Medio Oeste con la ceniza volcánica. La producción de alimentos en Estados Unidos estaría casi totalmente destruida.

# 9 A « invierno volcánico » sería causada por una erupción masiva del Yellowstone, que podría enfriar drásticamente el planeta. Algunos científicos creen que las temperaturas globales podrían caer hasta 20 grados en una escala global.

# 10 Estados Unidos nunca sería la misma después de una erupción masiva de Yellowstone. Algunos científicos creen que una gran erupción en Yellowstone haría dos terceras partes de los EE.UU. completamente inhabitable.

# 11 Los científicos nos dicen que no es una cuestión de « si » Yellowstone entrará en erupción, sino « cuándo » se producirá la próxima erupción inevitable.

 

La surface recouverte par  plusieurs mètres  de cèdres lors des éruptions passées./ La superficie cubierta por varios metros de cedro durante las erupciones pasadas.
La surface recouverte par plusieurs mètres de cèdres lors des éruptions passées./
La superficie cubierta por varios metros de cedro durante las erupciones pasadas.

 Lo que hace que todo esto aún más alarmante es que un número de otros volcanes prominentes en el mundo están regresando en este momento también.

Por ejemplo, un artículo de inquisiter en julio de 2013 describió cómo « el volcán más peligroso de México » empieza a ser muy activa y amenazante!

« El volcán Popocatepetl en erupción de nuevo. El volcán activo cerca de México estalló de nuevo esta mañana, arrojando ceniza en el cielo. « 

El volcán se encuentra actualmente en medio de una fase muy activa. Según el International Business Times, el volcán ha registrado 39 exhalaciones en las últimas 24 horas.

Una erupción a principios de este mes provocó varias cancelaciones de vuelos dentro y fuera de la Ciudad de México.

La BBC señala que las autoridades han levantado la alerta amarilla nivel de alerta tras la erupción del Popocatépetl sábado por la mañana. El amarillo es el nivel de precaución al tercer lugar a través de siete pasos de la ciudad.

Y NBC News artículo de agosto 2013 señaló que uno de los volcanes más peligrosos de Japón entró 500 veces en erupción ahora en este año 2013!

Ceniza flotaba tan alto como 3 millas por encima del volcán Sakurajima en la sureña ciudad de Kagoshima, en la tarde del domingo, formando su más alto penacho desde que la Agencia Meteorológica de Japón comenzó a llevar registros en 2006. Lavado se hundió un poco más de media milla de la grieta, y varios enormes rocas volcánicas se desplomaron por la montaña.

Aunque la erupción fue más masiva de lo habitual, los habitantes de la ciudad de cerca de 600.000 personas están acostumbradas a escuchar los cambios de humor de su vecino a 3664 pies. Funcionarios Kagoshima dijeron en un comunicado que esta erupción fue el Sakurajima 500a en este año solamente.

¿Qué significa todo esto?

Ahora estamos entrando en un período en que los volcanes se volverán mucho más común en el mundo?

¿Podríamos ser más rápido? Al acercarse el día en que una erupción volcánica absolutamente devastador paralizará gran parte de América del Norte?

Espero que no, ya que esto podría significar fácilmente el final de la raza humana en un partido fuerte, por lo menos.

 

Artículo original en Inglésendoftheamericandream.com

Otros artículos sobre el mismo tema:

Vidéo: http://michelduchaine.com/2014/11/21/videole-supervolcan-de-yellowstone/

http://michelduchaine.com/2013/12/02/eruption-imminente-du-supervolcan-de-yellowstone/

http://michelduchaine.com/2013/11/21/notes-et-recherches-sur-le-supervolcan-de-yellowstone/

 

 

 

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Yellowstone Alert: Countdown to apocalypse is engaged

 

 

At this point, the basement of Yellowstone National Park stands at a record pace. In fact, it amounts to a rate of about three inches per year. The reason it is so concerned that the park is in the super-volcano Yellowstone- the largest North American volcano. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that from erupting again someday, and when that happens the devastation is almost unimaginable. A complete eruption of Yellowstone send a thick layer of volcanic ash up to 1000 miles away, and it would make much of the United States uninhabitable. When most Americans think of Yellowstone, they tend to conjure up images of Yogi Bear and « Old Faithful », but the truth is that sleeping under Yellowstone volcanic beast that could destroy our nation in one day, and now the beast begins to awaken.

Cette photo de la fin de 2012,nous montre  le dégré élevé de la température sur le site./ This photo of the end of 2012, shows the high degree of temperature on the site. / Esta foto de la final de 2012, muestra el alto grado de temperatura en el sitio. /
Cette photo de la fin de 2012,nous montre le dégré élevé de la température sur le site./
This photo of the end of 2012, shows the high degree of temperature on the site. /
Esta foto de la final de 2012, muestra el alto grado de temperatura en el sitio. /

At this point, the basement of Yellowstone National Park stands at a record pace. In fact, it amounts to a rate of about three inches per year. The reason it is so concerned that the park is in the super-volcano Yellowstone- the largest North American volcano. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that from erupting again someday, and when that happens the devastation is almost unimaginable. A complete eruption of Yellowstone send a thick layer of volcanic ash up to 1000 miles away, and it would make much of the United States uninhabitable. When most Americans think of Yellowstone, they tend to conjure up images of Yogi Bear and « Old Faithful », but the truth is that sleeping under Yellowstone volcanic beast that could destroy our nation in one day, and now the beast begins to awaken.

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The Yellowstone volcano is so vast that it is difficult to summarize in a few words. According to the Daily Mail, the pocket of magma beneath Yellowstone is about 300 miles wide

The Yellowstone caldera is one of the most impressive creations of nature and sits atop the largest volcanic field in North America.

Its name means « pot » and « kettle » and was formed when the land collapsed following a volcanic explosion.

In Yellowstone, some 400 miles below the surface of the Earth is a « hot spot » of magma that rises to 30 miles underground before spreading over an area of 300 miles through the geological layers.

At the top, but always under the surface, is the dormant volcano.

Délimitation géographique de la caldéra./ Geographic  limit of the caldera./ Delimitacion geografica de la cadera.
Délimitation géographique de la caldéra./
Geographic limit of the caldera./
Delimitacion geografica de la cadera.

 

When most Americans think of volcanic eruptions United States, they remember the catastrophic eruption of Mount St. Helens eruption in 1980. But this would not even be worth comparing to a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano.

And now, the area around Yellowstone is more seismically active. In fact, Dr. Bob Smith said he has never seen anything like this in the 53 years he watched Yellowstone

Until recently, Bob Smith had never witnessed two successions of simultaneous earthquakes in its 53 years of monitoring seismic activity in and around the Yellowstone caldera.

Now Smith, a professor of geophysics at the University of Utah, saw three estates of both earthquakes.

La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce  fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation./ The thrust of the largest lava lake in the caldera announcement likely death of our civilization./ El empuje del mayor lago de lava en el anuncio caldera muerte probable de nuestra civilización.
La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation./
The thrust of the largest lava lake in the caldera announcement likely death of our civilization./
El empuje del mayor lago de lava en el anuncio caldera muerte probable de nuestra civilización.

 

In September 2013, 130 earthquakes hit Yellowstone during a single week. This has made many observers extremely concerned about Yellowstone

Latest estates earthquakes in Yellowstone began Sept. 10 and trembled until about 11:30 September 16

« A total of 130 earthquakes of magnitude 0.6 to 3.6 have occurred in these three areas, however, most were in the lower Geyser Basin, » said a researcher from the University of Utah. « In particular, much of the seismicity in Yellowstone is as swarms. « 

 

Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira./ The extreme limits of the great  caldera.
Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira./
The extreme limits of the great caldera.

So what’s the worst scenario?

Well, according to the Daily Mail, a full eruption of Yellowstone could leave two-thirds of the United States completely uninhabitable

If we had it exploded, it would with a force more powerful than the Mount St Helens in 1980 thousand times.

While spewing its lava far into the sky, a cloud of toxic ash assassinate all the vegetation on the ground, in a movement range and everything would be covered by a good 10 feet in hot acid and layer depth of up to 1,000 miles from  there.

 

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Two thirds of the US could become uninhabitable as toxic air sweep through it all, on land and thousands of flights were canceled and millions of people would be forced to leave their homes.

Can you think of another potential disaster that could do the same thing?

That is why what is happening in Yellowstone right now is so important, and the American people deserve to know the truth. Here are some more explicit facts about Yellowstone that I compiled that I included in a previous article …

# 1 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could be up to 1,000 times more powerful than the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.

# 2 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could spit volcanic ash up to 25 miles into the air.

# 3 The next eruption of Yellowstone seems to be getting closer with each passing year. Since 2004, some areas of Yellowstone National Park increased by not less than 10 inches in height.

# 4 There are about 3,000 earthquakes in the Yellowstone region each year only.

5 In the case of a large-scale eruption of Yellowstone, almost all northwest of the United States will be completely destroyed.

# 6 A massive eruption of Yellowstone would mean that almost everything in a 100 mile radius of Yellowstone would be killed immediately.

# 7 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could potentially dump a layer of volcanic ash that is at least 10 feet in height up to 1000 miles away.

# 8 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could cover almost all of the Midwestern United States with volcanic ash. Food production in America would be almost completely destroyed.

# 9 A « volcanic winter » would be caused by a massive eruption of Yellowstone, which could drastically cool the planet. Some scientists believe that global temperatures could drop to 20 degrees on a global scale.

# 10 America would never be the same after a massive eruption of Yellowstone. Some scientists believe that a major eruption of Yellowstone would make two-thirds of the United States completely uninhabitable.

# 11 Scientists tell us that this is not a question of « if » Yellowstone will erupt, but rather « when » the next inevitable eruption will take place.

 

La surface recouverte par  plusieurs mètres  de cèdres lors des éruptions passées.
La surface recouverte par plusieurs mètres de cèdres lors des éruptions passées./ The area covered by several meters of ash eruptions during the past surface. / El área cubierta por varios metros de erupciones de ceniza durante la superficie pasado.

 

What makes all this even more alarming is that a number of other prominent volcanoes in the world are to go right now as well.

For example, an article of inquisiter in July 2013 describes how starting to become very active and threatening « the most dangerous volcano in Mexico! »

« The Popocatepetl volcano is erupting again. The active volcano near Mexico City have broken out again this morning, spewing ash into the sky. « 

The volcano is currently in the midst of an extremely active phase. According to the International Business Times, the volcano has registered 39 exhalations in the past 24 hours.

An eruption earlier this month caused several cancellations of flights in and out of Mexico City.

The BBC notes that officials have raised the alert yellow alert level after the eruption of Popocateptl Saturday morning. Yellow is the level of caution to third in the seven-step scale of the city.

And an NBC News article from August 2013 noted that one of the most dangerous volcanoes in Japan came erupting 500 times so far this year in 2013!

Ash floated as high as 3 miles above the volcano Sakurajima in the southern city of Kagoshima, on Sunday afternoon, forming its highest since the plume Japan Meteorological Agency began keeping records in 2006. Dish sank just over half a mile of the crack, and several huge volcanic rocks tumbled down the mountain.

Although the eruption was more massive than usual, the inhabitants of the city of about 600,000 inhabitants are accustomed to hearing the mood swings of their neighbor of 3,664 feet. Kagoshima officials said in a statement that the eruption was the 500th of Sakurajima in this year alone.

So what does all this mean?

We are now entering a period where volcanic eruptions become much more common in the world?

Could we be fast? Approaching the day when absolutely devastating volcanic eruption will cripple a large part of North America?

I hope not, because it could easily spell the end of the human race a strong part, at least.

Original Article: endoftheamericandream.com

Other articles on the same subject:

http://michelduchaine.com/2013/11/21/notes-et-recherches-sur-le-supervolcan-de-yellowstone/

http://michelduchaine.com/2013/12/02/eruption-imminente-du-supervolcan-de-yellowstone/

 

 

 

 

Yellowstone Alert: asphalt road is melting… many closed sites

Le sol commence à surchauffer dans la grande caldéra.Le pire est à craindre./ The ground begins to overheat in the large caldera.  The worst is feared.

The ground begins to overheat in the large caldera.
The worst is feared.

 

 

 

 

 

Plus on s'approche,plus le constat de danger est grave./ The closer you get, the more serious finding of danger. /
Plus on s’approche,plus le constat de danger est grave./
The closer you get, the more serious finding of danger. /

 

 

La fonte de l'asphalte est très visible sur cette photo./ Melting the asphalt is very visible in this picture.

Melting the asphalt is very visible in this picture.

 

CHEYENNE, Wyoming (AP) – The geology heat evolving from Yellowstone National Park has created a hot spot that melts a paved road and gated access to popular attractions and the height of the tourist season geysers, indicated officials Thursday, July 10, 2014.

As they examined all possible solutions, park officials have warned visitors not to go hiking in the affected area, where the danger of walking through the solid ground, like watching boiling water was high.

 

Depuis plusieurs jours,tout commencait à aller au ralenti./ For several days, everything was starting to go slow. /

For several days, everything was starting to go slow. /

 

 

 

« There are many other places to see excellent thermal features in the park, » said spokesman Al Nash Yellowstone. « I do not want to risk injury during this temporary closure. »
Plus on s'approche,plus le constat de danger est grave./ The closer you get, the more serious finding of danger. /

The closer you get, the more serious finding of danger. /

 

 

« Naturally, » say officials, changes in current thermal characteristics will often damage roads and sidewalks Yellowstone. The steaming potholes in asphalt roads and parking defined by traffic cones – are fairly common sights.
Voici l'aspect de Firehole Lake en 2005./ There is Firehole Lake in 2005.

There is Firehole Lake in 2005.

 

 

 

...et voici l'aspect  qu'il a maintenant...Tout s'aggrave./ ...and now ,there is  his actual aspect.

…and now ,there is his actual aspect.

 

However, damage to Firehole Lake Drive are particularly serious and may take several days to fix everything. 3.3 mile loop six miles north of Old Faithful, is the road that takes visitors to see the Great Fountain Geyser, White Dome Geyser and Firehole lake.

The weather is unseasonably warm for Yellowstone – with high in the mid-80s temperatures has helped transform the road in a warm, sticky mess.

« We have some ideas. We’ll try. Our maintenance staff really looked at the issue, » said Nash which clearly seeks to reassure us.

OTHER SONS OF BELL

The road was badly damaged by the extreme heat in Yellowstone National Park, forcing park officials to close access.
The Firehole Lake Drive area looks like this: a fusion of heat.

Park officials said in a press release that the extreme heat of the surrounding temperature zones caused as a thick oil bubbles rising to the surface, damaging the bitumen and creating dangerous driving conditions on the popular and picturesque road near the Grand Loop road halfway between Old Faithful and Madison Junction in lower Geyser Basin park.

3.3 mile loop usually takes visitors to Great Fountain Geyser (Great Faithfull), White Dome Geyser and Firehole Lake.

A date for the reopening of the road has not been announced.

The report helped the renewed rumors that the Yellowstone caldera, known as Volcano Yellowstone supervolcano or, soon burst ignition.

Tom Lupshu, a well-known blogger conspiracy that runs the Bunker report just posted a new video claiming that the volcano could explode soon. This report and the report on the road KTVQ press release has been highlighted by the site of the conspiracy before it’s news. « Update! Melts road to Yellowstone National Park, causing the closure » He said in his usual sensationalist style.

However, the video also focuses on Lupshu scientists say they have discovered. caldera is 2.5 times larger than previously thought news broke in December 2013 Watch the video on this link. video

Renewed speculation following a cycle that exploded in March, after a video was posted showing animals fled to the park as a « warning » that the volcano was about to erupt.

The last major eruption is thought to have occurred about 640,000 years ago and sent ash across North America.

Bob Smith of the University of Utah said researchers do not know when the supervolcano could erupt again. Two further eruptions occurred, there is a 2.1 million years, and there are 1.3 million more years, Smith said. One theory is that the eruptions occur there every 700,000 years, but Smith said that more data are needed to safeguard this theory until further notice!

AUTHORITIES ARE MADE REASSURING

La zone de mort autour de Yellowstone./ The death zone ...around Yellowstone.

The death zone …around Yellowstone.

 

 

 

Une éruption du volcan de Yellowstone serait  possible en 2014 ,selon certains chercheurs  à la façon dont les animaux ont été repérés fuyant le parc national ces derniers mois.

 

Dans un rapport connexe par Le Inquisitor , il est affirmé que les récents tremblements de terre de Yellowstone ne déclencheront pas une éruption  volcanique  , mais les scientifiques ont reconnu que si un volcan de Yellowstone devait éclater  le supervolcan résultant pourrait tuer tout le monde aux États-Unis:

« L’éruption du volcan de Yellowstone pourrait libérer suffisamment de magma et de cendres pour  enterrer des villes entières sous des  kilomètres de cendres. Les bonnes nouvelles sont que le supervolcan à Yellowstone n’est pas en danger d’explosion de sitôt. La dernière fois que cela s’est produit,c’ était avant l’aube de la civilisation. S’ils  croient  qu’arrêter une éruption est impossible, les scientifiques disent qu’ils devraient être en mesure de prédire une éruption en surveillant la pression du magma souterrain « .

Les tremblements de terre récents qui viennent de faire les nouvelles, mais l’ensemble de la zone  gronde depuis le début de l’année 2014. Les graphiques de l’USGS montrent que les tremblements de terre supérieurs à 3.0 ampleur se sont produits loin et dessus pendant plusieurs jours et tous sont venus de la région de la chambre magmatique de Yellowstone, qui, selon un radar à pénétration de sol, s’étend à l’ouest jusqu’au la ligne d’état de l’Orégon.

Malheureusement, disent  les défenseurs de la science officielle :certains théoriciens de la conspiration revendiquent que l’USGS essait de cacher la possibilité d’une éruption du volcan de Yellowstone se produisant actuellement,dans notre vie. Pour preuve qu’ils utilisent des vidéos comme celles-ci qui montrent prétendument …des buffles « courir pour sauver leur vie » loin du parc national de Yellowstone:

 

 

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EVEN SCIENTISTS HAVE LAUNCHED RUSSENT AN ALERT ON A MAJOR EVENT MAGNETIC

 

Carte de l'étude des savants russes
Map of the study of Russian scientists: a large magnetic anomaly on the American West Coast (orange yellow).

 

 

A grim report prepared by the Commander in Chief of the Russian Air Force, Lieutenant-General Viktor Bondarev on scientific mission which had just completed over North America mission carried out by four Tupolev Tu-95, strategic airlift and 2 Ilyushin Il-78 tankers that « by electronic scanning » for « magnetic anomalies » from Alaska to California, warns that a « catastrophic event » can be almost for this region.

U.S. officials, it should be noted, described the mission as a purely scientific « bombing run » that came within 50 miles of California, but their air forces were able to push with the launch of the F-15 combat.

However, the report indicates that the scientific mission was necessitated by a « serious mysterious magnetic anomaly » detected by the satellite Kosmos 2473 June 3, 2014, occurring in the Yellowstone region, west of the United States which led what is called a « swarm of earthquakes. « 

The most important thing to note about the 3 June 2014, Yellowstone is this « magnetic anomaly », the report continues that satellite measurements show that it is precipitated by the swarm of earthquakes that mysterious hit the Brooks mountain Range, Alaska, and seismologists are still looking for explanations.

Information on the binding of these two « events » in this report have also been verified by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) maps and data on the magnetic anomalies for North America showing a field magnetic « perturbation / undulation » strange from Brooks Range and ending on June 3 Yellowstone.Le these two areas, it is important to note that Brooks Range is part of the Rocky Mountains that extend more than 4830 km (3000 miles ) in the northern part of British Columbia, in western Canada, to New Mexico in the southwestern United States.

« These are serious concerns for the Russian military authorities on these » events « , says General Bondarev‘s report, it was the » catastrophic effect « they had on advanced systems » magnetoception « of inertial navigation used by many US-NATO-Russian war planes that use these sophisticated devices in flight.

Une perturbation magnétique majeure serait en cours.
An important magnetic perturbation is on the road.

Although no Russian military aircraft was near the « magnetic disturbed area » from our Yellowstone, June 3, 2014, in this report, two U.S. military aircraft were within their « frontier » in the southern region California, June 4, while this « event » was still « active », making plant floor, both.

The two American fighter planes crashed June 4, 2014, the report said. Aircraft have been identified as a U.S. Navy FA-183 crashed while attempting to land aboard the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson, a jet and U.S. Marine AV-8B Harrier crashed in a residential area in Imperial, to the approximately 90 miles east of San Diego, the two accidents in the same hours.

The report notes that no civilian aircraft have been hit by this « magnetic anomaly » that the most advanced military aircraft using these systems coordinated flight « geomagnetic planet » that allow them to « kiss the ground » is not without remember magnetic systems used by birds and insects to navigate.

Concerns regarding Russia « magnetic anomalies », it is important to note, are related to the magnetic north pole is moving rapidly since 2005 which was moved at a speed of 40 kilometers (25 miles) per year in the Canadian Arctic to Siberia.

A scary independent research last year (2013) also warns that this change is accelerating, and yet according to this researcher is expected to Siberia at least 2 years.

One effect of the magnetic north pole is moving quickly noticed most is the report notes: systems airport runway are disturbed because of this, and we can read as an example of 2011 that took place in the States USA:

« Tampa International Airport was forced to readjust its runways Thursday to account for the movement of magnetic fields of the Earth, information that pilots use to navigate planes. From the fluctuations of the force, the airport closed its primary runway until Jan. 13 to change taxiway signs to account for evolution, says the Federal Aviation Administration.

The poles are generated by movements within the inner and outer core of the Earth, although the exact process is not exactly known. They are also constantly in motion, moving a few degrees every year, but the changes are almost never of such a magnitude that runways require adjusting, said Paul Takemoto, a spokesman for the FAA. « 

The most disturbing report of the Secretary-General Bondarev on these « events » are aspects equations it uses to postulate that this is happening now in North America with the « mysterious magnetic anomalies » occur over a wide range of Rocky Mountains, and when combined with the rapidly changing magnetic north pole and more, it gives evidence of global climate change, giving a « huge credibility » to what is called « the theory of Earth expansion. « 

The expansion of the Earth or more the hypothesis of Earth expansion, says the position and the relative movement of continents is at least partially due to the volume of the Earth increasingly high and stands unlike that of plate tectonics, but new findings on « theories of the ether » and dark matter, General Bondarev summary, this means that « serious consideration » should be given under the Davis University Californie.Le cosmologist, Dr. Andreas Albrecht warned: « We have achieved some very deep problems with cosmology … all with dark matter and dark energy, which tells us that we need to rethink the physical basic and try something new. « 

Or in simple terms, this report concludes: « We can be on the verge of a catastrophic North America » event « that could change the world forever, we must be ready. »

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PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE

Graphique illustrant  les 2 importants  épicentres sismiques./ Graph showing the two major seismic epicenters.

Graph showing the two major seismic epicenters.

 

 

De la Côte Ouest Américaine  (faille de San Andreas) au Mississipi (Faille de San Madre)  et vers Yellowstone ...une grande anomalie magnétique s'est formée./ The American West Coast (San Andreas Fault) Mississippi (San Madre Fault) and to Yellowstone ... a great magnetic anomaly has occurred.

The American West Coast (San Andreas Fault) Mississippi (San Madre Fault) and to Yellowstone … a great magnetic anomaly has occurred.

 

 

Les opérations de fracking pour rechercher  le gaz de schiste auraient même une incidence. Même  le capitalisme participe à l'éruption de Yellowstone./ Operations fracking search for shale gas might even affect.  Even capitalism contributes to the eruption of Yellowstone.

/                                                                                                                                             Operations fracking search for shale gas might even affect.
                                                                                                                                              Even capitalism contributes to the eruption of Yellowstone.

Brooks Range est en haut ,à gauche./ Brooks Range is at left  at the top.

Brooks Range is at left at the top.

 

 

Le secteur de Firehole Lake vue du ciel./ View  of Firehole Lake from the sky.

View of Firehole Lake from the sky.

 

 

Noris Basin...une eau bouiionnante./ Norris Basin,a bowling water.

Norris Basin,a bowling water.

 

Les secousses sismiques du 24 mars 2014./ The earthquakes of  March 24, 2014.

The earthquakes of March 24, 2014.

 

 

Quand  le supervolcan de Yellowstone va entrer en éruptioin,ce sera la fin  de nombreuses espèces animales...sur Terre./ When the Yellowstone supervolcano will erupt, it will be the end of many animal species on Earth ...

When the Yellowstone supervolcano will erupt, it will be the end of many animal species on Earth …

 

 

Toutes mes pensées vont  vers ces superbes Bisons du Parc de Yellowstone.Je leur souhaite de vivre le plus longtemps possible./ All my thoughts are with these great Bisons Park Yellowstone.Je wants them to live as long as possible.

All my thoughts are with these great Bisons Park Yellowstone.Je wants them to live as long as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yellowstone Alert: substantial evidence of earthquakes

yellowstone geyser

 

 

** flash ** indications of severe earthquake / eruption at yellowstone national park

*** FLASH *** INDICATIONS OF SEVERE EARTHQUAKE / ERUPTION AT YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK 
Sunday, 02 February 2014 05:06 

— (TRN) — A seismometer inside a borehole at Yellowstone National Park has begun reporting staggering underground activity near the southwest corner of Yellowstone Lake, possibly signaling the beginning of an eruption of the Super Volcano at the Yellowstone National Park. TRN has obtained the image of the Seismograph report and now YOU can see it for yourself! This could be very nasty. . .

Yellowstone lake is pretty much the center of what is the Yellowstone Caldera; the mouth of a massive Super Volcano, located beneath the park.

The activity began around 12:00 Noon, Mountain Standard Time (MST) on February 1, and was detected by a seismometer in Borehole B944 then continued, non-stop, all day yesterday getting worse and worse as the hours wore on. The activity is continuing right now at 6:06 EST AM as this news article is being produced.

The map below shows the location of Borehole B944 in relation to Yellowstone Lake and the rest of the park.

The readings being reported from seismometer inside Bore Hole #B944 are literally « off-the-scale. » Is an earthquake brewing, or is this the beginning of a catastrophic eruption of the Yellowstone « Super Volcano? »

Seismographic Printout from Yellowstone National Park, Bore Hole #B944, for February 1, 2014. The time stamp goes down the left edge. Look at what starts happening from 12:00 Noon for the rest of the day. By 3:00 PM MST, things get real dicey; by 5:00, it is clear there’s real trouble happening underground. By 7:00 PM, the seismographic gear is totally overwhelmed; with all readings going utterly off the scale. This could be a sign that a massive eruption of the Yellowstone Super Volcano has begun deep underground.

CLICK IMAGE TWICE TO VIEW FULL SIZE

A second printout shows the activity continuing to this very moment, so severely that the seismometer printer is RUNNING OUT OF BLUE, BLACK AND GREEN INK!

Here is the activity from Midnight MST to 4:30 AM, MST (5:30 AM EST)

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PERSPECTIVE ON THE ENORMITY OF YELLOWSTONE

To help readers understand the implications of what is taking place, we first show the enormity of Yellowstone National «  »PARK » with stats from the US National Park Service:

•Yellowstone was the world’s first National Park
•A designated World Heritage Site and designated Biosphere Reserve
•3,472 square miles or 8,987 square km
•2,221,766 acres or 898,317 hectares
•63 air miles north to south (102 km)
•54 air miles east to west 87 km)
•96 % in Wyoming
•3 % in Montana
•1 % in Idaho
•Highest Point: 11,358 ft / 3,462 m (Eagle Peak)
•Lowest Point: 5,282 ft / 1,610 m (Reese Creek)
•Larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined
•About one-quarter the size of Switzerland and about 65% the size of Montenegro

•Approximately 5% of park is covered by water; 15% is grassland; and 80% is forest
•Precipitation ranges from 10 inches (26 cm) at the north boundary to 80 inches (205 cm) in the southwest corner
•Temperatures (average) at Mammoth: January: 9° F/-13 C in 
July: 80° F/27 C 
•Records:
High: 99°F/37 C, 2002 (Mammoth)
Low Temp: -66° F/-54 C (West Entrance, Riverside Station 1933)
Here’s a map of Yellowstone:

Here is a Topographical map showing the mouth (« Caldera ») of the Super Volcano and the scarred, treacherous terrain, created by past eruptions. (Click Image to enlarge). The park boundaries are the thin Yellow line, the Caldera of the super volcano is shown by the thin Red line. Bear in mind that seismometer B944 is just next to the area labeled ‘West Thumb » on the map, showing the western edge of Yellowstone Lake. That puts this seismic activity right smack in the active zone of the actual caldera.

A recent program aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) *** THEORIZED *** what an eruption of Yellowstone would affect. Below is the *** THEORETICAL *** blast, damage and volcanic ash fallout area, which is shown in various shades of Orange.

(This image does NOT reflect an ongoing eruption — it is not real)

If this is the start of an eruption at Yellowstone, the entire northwest quadrant of the country could be affected by damage and disruption beyond human comprehension.

We will monitor this story closely.
http://www.turnerradionetwork.com/news/252-pat

 

Yellowstone Alerta: Cuenta regresiva para el Apocalipsis se dedica

Cette photo de la fin de 2012,nous montre  le dégré élevé de la température sure le site.

Esta foto de la final de 2012, muestra el alto grado de temperatura sitio seguro.

En este momento, el sótano del Parque Nacional de Yellowstone se encuentra a un ritmo récord . De hecho , lo que equivale a una tasa de alrededor de tres centímetros por año . La razón de esto está tan preocupado que el parque está bajo la super- volcán más grande volcán Yellowstone América del Norte. Los científicos nos dicen que es inevitable que entre en erupción de nuevo algún día , y cuando eso ocurre la devastación es casi inimaginable . Erupción completa de Yellowstone enviar una gruesa capa de ceniza volcánica de hasta 1.000 kilómetros de distancia, y haría la mayor parte de los Estados Unidos inhabitable . Cuando la mayoría de los estadounidenses piensan de Yellowstone , tienden a evocar imágenes de Yogi Bear y  » Old Faithful  » , pero la verdad es que duermen bajo Yellowstone volcánica bestia que podría destruir nuestra nación en un solo día , y ahora la bestia comienza a despertar .

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El volcán de Yellowstone es tan grande que es difícil de resumir en unas pocas palabras. Según el Daily Mail, el bolsillo de magma debajo de Yellowstone está a unos 300 kilómetros de ancho …

La Caldera de Yellowstone es una de las creaciones más impresionantes de la naturaleza y se sienta encima del campo volcánico más grande de América del Norte.

Su nombre significa « olla » o « bote » y se forma cuando la tierra se derrumbó después de una explosión volcánica.

En Yellowstone, a unos 400 kilómetros por debajo de la superficie de la Tierra es un « punto caliente » de magma que se eleva 30 kilómetros bajo tierra antes de extenderse sobre un área de 300 kilómetros a través de las capas geológicas.

En la parte superior, pero siempre bajo la superficie, es el volcán inactivo que.

Délimitation géographique de la caldéra

Los límites geográficos de la caldera

Cuando la mayoría de los estadounidenses piensan de las erupciones volcánicas en los Estados Unidos, se acuerdan de la catastrófica erupción del Monte St. Helens en 1980. Pero esta erupción ni siquiera vale la pena comparar a una erupción completa del súper volcán Yellowstone.

Y ahora, el área alrededor de Yellowstone es más sísmicamente activa. De hecho, el Dr. Bob Smith dice que nunca ha visto nada igual en los 53 años que observaba Yellowstone …

Hasta hace poco, Bob Smith nunca había sido testigo de dos sucesiones de terremotos simultáneamente con sus 53 años de seguimiento de la actividad sísmica en y alrededor de la caldera de Yellowstone.

Ahora Smith, profesor de geofísica en la Universidad de Utah, vio a tres fincas de ambos terremotos.

La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce  fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation.

La idea central del gran lago de lava en el anuncio caldera probable muerte de nuestra civilización.

En septiembre de 2013, 130 sismos golpean Yellowstone durante una sola semana. Esto ha hecho que muchos observadores extremadamente preocupados Yellowstone …

Los últimos terremotos de sucesión en Yellowstone se iniciaron el 10 de septiembre y temblaron hasta las 11:30 el 16 de septiembre

« Un total de 130 sismos de magnitud 0,6 a 3,6 se han producido en estas tres áreas, sin embargo, la mayoría se han producido en la cuenca inferior del géiser », dijo un investigador de la Universidad de Utah. « En particular, la mayor parte de la sismicidad en Yellowstone es como enjambres. « 

Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira.
Los limites extremos de la gran caldera.

Entonces, ¿cuál es el peor de los casos?

Bueno, de acuerdo con el Daily Mail, una erupción completa de Yellowstone podría dejar dos terceras partes de los Estados Unidos completamente inhabitable …

Si hubiera explotado, lo haría con una fuerza más poderosa que el Monte St. Helens en 1980 mil veces.

Mientras arrojando su lava lejos en el cielo, una nube de cenizas tóxicas asesinar cualquier vegetación del suelo en un rango de movimiento y todo estaría cubierto por unos buenos 10 pies de ácido caliente y profundidad de la capa de hasta 1.000 millas allí.

yellowstone-eruptions-passees

 

 

Dos tercios de los EE.UU. podrían convertirse en inhabitable como barrido de aire tóxico a pesar de todo , la tierra y miles de vuelos fueron cancelados y millones de personas se vieron obligadas a abandonar sus hogares.

¿Se te ocurre otro desastre potencial que podría hacer lo mismo ?

Es por eso que lo que está sucediendo en Yellowstone en estos momentos es tan importante, y el pueblo estadounidense merece saber la verdad . He aquí algunos datos más explícitos acerca de Yellowstone que compilé que incluí en un artículo anterior …

# 1 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone podría ser de hasta 1.000 veces más potente que la erupción del Monte Santa Helena en 1980.

# 2 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone podría escupir ceniza volcánica hasta 25 millas en el aire.

# 3 La próxima erupción de Yellowstone parece estar cada vez más cerca con cada año que pasa . Desde 2004 , algunas zonas del Parque Nacional de Yellowstone se incrementaron en no menos de 10 centímetros de altura.

# 4 Hay alrededor de 3.000 terremotos en la región de Yellowstone solamente cada año .

5 En el caso de una erupción a gran escala de Yellowstone , casi todo el norte – oeste de los Estados Unidos serán completamente destruidas .

# 6 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone significaría que casi todo en un radio de 100 millas de Yellowstone matarían inmediatamente.

# 7 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone podría potencialmente vierta una capa de ceniza volcánica que es por lo menos 10 pies de altura de hasta 1000 kilómetros de distancia.

# 8 Una erupción masiva de Yellowstone podría cubrir casi todo el medio oeste de Estados Unidos con ceniza volcánica. La producción de alimentos en América sería destruida casi por completo .

# 9 Un  » invierno volcánico  » sería causada por una erupción masiva de Yellowstone , lo que podría enfriar drásticamente el planeta . Algunos científicos creen que las temperaturas globales podrían caer hasta 20 grados en una escala global.

# 10 Estados Unidos nunca sería la misma después de una erupción masiva de Yellowstone. Algunos científicos creen que una gran erupción de Yellowstone haría que dos terceras partes de los Estados Unidos completamente inhabitable.

# 11 Los científicos nos dicen que esto no es una cuestión de  » si  » Yellowstone entrará en erupción , sino « cuándo » lo inevitable próxima erupción ocurrirá .

 

 

La surface recouverte par  plusieurs mètres  de cèdres lors des éruptions passées.
El area cubierta por varios metros de ceniza en las erupciones pasadas superficiales.

Lo que hace que todo esto aún más alarmante es que un número de otros volcanes prominentes en el mundo van a ir ahora mismo también.

Por ejemplo , un artículo de inquisiter en julio de 2013 describe cómo empieza a ser muy activo y amenaza …  » el volcán más peligroso de México ! « 

 » El volcán Popocatepetl en erupción de nuevo. ‘ S volcán activo cerca de México se han disparado esta mañana de nuevo, arrojando ceniza en el cielo . « 

El volcán se encuentra actualmente en medio de una fase muy activa. De acuerdo con el International Business Times, el volcán registró 39 exhalaciones en las últimas 24 horas.

Una erupción a principios de este mes ha causado varias cancelaciones de vuelos dentro y fuera de la Ciudad de México .

La BBC señala que las autoridades han elevado el nivel de alerta amarilla de alerta después de la erupción del Popocatépetl la mañana del sábado . El amarillo es el nivel de precaución al tercer lugar en la escala de siete pasos de la ciudad.

Y un artículo de NBC News de agosto 2013 señaló que uno de los volcanes más peligrosos de Japón llegó en erupción 500 veces lo que va del año en el 2013 !

Ceniza flotaba tan alto como 3 millas por encima del volcán Sakurajima en la sureña ciudad de Kagoshima el domingo por la tarde , la formación de la más alta desde el penacho de la Agencia Meteorológica de Japón comenzó a llevar registros en 2006 . Lava fluyó a poco más de media milla de la grieta , y varias grandes rocas volcánicas cayó montaña abajo.

Aunque la erupción fue más masiva de lo habitual, los habitantes de la ciudad de unos 600.000 habitantes están acostumbrados a escuchar los cambios de humor de su vecino de 3.664 pies. Funcionarios Kagoshima dijeron en un comunicado que la erupción fue el número 500 Sakurajima en este año solamente.

Entonces, ¿qué significa todo esto?

Ahora estamos entrando en un período donde las erupciones volcánicas son mucho más comunes en el mundo ?

¿Podríamos ser rápido ? Al acercarse el día … erupción volcánica absolutamente devastador paralizará gran parte de América del Norte?

Espero que no, porque esto podría ser fácilmente el toque de difuntos de la raza humana … una parte fuerte , al menos.

 

Artículo original:http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/yellowstone-supervolcano-alert-the-most-dangerous-volcano-in-america-is-roaring-to-life

 

Notes and researches about the Yellowstone supervolcano

Au-début de l'hiver 2012, la webcam face au Mammouth Terrace indique 44 degrés Celsius.
October 20,2012…the webcam face to the terrace Spring Mammouth indicated 44 caelsius degres.

 

What is a super volcano?

A super volcano is the most destructive force on this planet. Only a few exist in the world and when they erupt they do so with a force tens of thousands of times greater than other eruptions. They lie dormant for hundreds of thousands of years as a vast reservoir of magma builds up inside them before finally they unleash their apocalyptic force, capable of obliterating continents. They threaten the survival of  actual mankind.

Comparaison entre diverses éruptions volcaniques.Remarquez que le mont St-Helens ressemble à un nain au côté de Yellowstone.
Many differents eruptions compared .See the Mount St-Helen’s eruption look like a dwarf.

 

 
What happened during the last eruption of a super volcano?

The last eruption of a super volcano was in Toba, Sumatra, 75,000 years ago. It had 10,000 times the explosive force of Mount St. Helens and changed life on Earth forever. Thousands of cubic kilometres of ash was thrown into the atmosphere – so much that it blocked out light from the sun all over the world. 2,500 miles away 35 centimetres of ash coated the ground. Global temperatures plummeted by 21 degrees. The rain would have been so poisoned by the gasses that it would have turned black and strongly acidic. Man was pushed to the edge of extinction, the population forced down to just a couple of thousand. Three quarters of all plants in the northern hemisphere were killed.

What causes super volcanoes?
Super volcanoes differ from normal volcanoes in many ways. The stereotypical volcano is a towering cone, but super volcanoes form in depressions in the ground called calderas. When a normal volcano erupts lava gradually builds up in the mountain before releasing it. In super volcanoes when magma nears the surface it does not reach it, instead it begins to fill massive underground reservoirs. The magma melts the nearby rock to form more extremely thick magma. The magma is so viscous that volcanic gasses that normally trigger an eruption cannot pass, so a massive amount of pressure begins to build up. This continues for hundreds of thousands of years until an eruption occurs, which blasts away a huge amount of ground, forming a new caldera.

 

Depuis 680,000 ans ,l'ensemble de la surface de la grande caldeira est en remontée.Depuis quelques années,la pression a considérablement augmentée et l'élévation s'accélère.

Since 680,000 years , the whole surface of the lift is large caldera.
In recent years, the pressure has increased considerably and the rise is accelerating.

Where are there other super volcanoes?

Not all super volcanoes have been found, but one of the largest is in Yellowstone Park, USA. Scientists searching for the caldera in the park could not see it because it was so huge – only when satellite images were taken did the scale of the caldera become apparent – the whole park, 85km by 45km, is one massive reservoir of magma. The idyll landscpae of Yellowstone (below) could soon explode with devastating consequences.

When will it next erupt?

Scientist have discovered that the ground in Yellowstone if 74cm higher than in was in 1923 – indicating a massive swelling underneath the park. The reservoir is filling with magma at an alarming rate. The volcano erupts with a near-clockwork cycle of every 600,000 years. The last eruption was more than 640,000 years ago – we are overdue for annihilation.

What would be the effect of an eruption?

Immediately before the eruption, there would be large earthquakes in the Yellowstone region. The ground would swell further with most of Yellowstone being uplifted. One earthquake would finally break the layer of rock that holds the magma in – and all the pressure the Earth can build up in 640,000 years would be unleashed in a cataclysmic event.

Magma would be flung 50 kilometres into the atmosphere. Within a thousand kilometres virtually all life would be killed by falling ash, lava flows and the sheer explosive force of the eruption. Volcanic ash would coat places as far away as Iowa and the Gulf of Mexico. One thousand cubic kilometres of lava would pour out of the volcano, enough to coat the whole of the USA with a layer 5 inches thick. The explosion would have a force 2,500 times that of Mount St. Helens. It would be the loudest noise heard by man for 75,000 years, the time of the last super volcano eruption. Within minutes of the eruption tens of thousands would be dead.

Représentation de l'éruption de Toba.
Toba eruption representation.

The long-term effects would be even more devastating. The thousands of cubic kilometres of ash that would shoot into the atmosphere could block out light from the sun, making global temperatures plummet. This is called a nuclear winter. As during the Sumatra eruption a large percentage of the world’s plant life would be killed by the ash and drop in temperature. Also, virtually the entire of the grain harvest of the Great Plains would disappear in hours, as it would be coated in ash. Similar effects around the world would cause massive food shortages. If the temperatures plummet by the 21 degrees they did after the Sumatra eruption the Yellowstone super volcano eruption could truly be an extinction level event.

 

Autre comparaison  entre plusieurs éruptions.
Other comparaisons  inter many eruptions.

 

Other articles on the same subject:

 

http://michelduchaine.com/2013/11/19/yellowstone-alert-countdown-to-the-apocalypse-is-engaged/

 

Yellowstone Alert: Countdown to the Apocalypse is engaged

Cette photo de la fin de 2012,nous montre  le dégré élevé de la température sure le site.

This photo of the end of 2012, shows the high degree of temperature safe site.

 

At this time, the basement of the Yellowstone National Park stands at a record pace. In fact, it amounts to a rate of about three centimeters per year. The reason this is so concerned that the park is under the Yellowstone super- volcano – largest North American volcano. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that between erupt again someday, and when that happens the devastation is almost unimaginable. Complete eruption of Yellowstone send a thick layer of volcanic ash up to 1,000 miles away, and it would make much of the United States uninhabitable. When most Americans think of Yellowstone, they tend to conjure up images of Yogi Bear and  » Old Faithful  » , but the truth is that sleeping under Yellowstone volcanic beast that could destroy our nation into a single day, and now the beast begins to awaken .

 

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The Yellowstone volcano is so vast that it is difficult to summarize in a few words. According to the Daily Mail, the pocket of magma beneath Yellowstone is about 300 miles wide …

The Yellowstone Caldera is one of the most impressive creations of nature and sits atop the largest volcanic field in North America.

Its name means « pot »  and it is formed when the earth collapsed following a volcanic explosion.

In Yellowstone, some 400 miles beneath the surface of the Earth is a « hot spot » of magma that rises to 30 miles underground before spreading over an area of ​​300 miles through the geological layers.

At the top, but always under the surface, is the dormant volcano that.

Délimitation géographique de la caldéra
Geographical limits of the caldeira.

 

When most Americans think of volcanic eruptions in the United States, they remember the catastrophic eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. But this eruption would not even worth comparing to a full eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano.

And now, the area around Yellowstone is more seismically active. In fact, Dr. Bob Smith says he has never seen anything like it in the 53 years he watched Yellowstone …

Until recently, Bob Smith had never witnessed two successions of earthquakes simultaneously with its 53 years of monitoring seismic activity in and around the Yellowstone caldera.

Now Smith, a professor of geophysics at the University of Utah, saw three estates of both earthquakes.

 

La poussée du grand lac de lave sous la caldeira annonce  fort probablement la mort de notre civilisation.

The thrust of the large lava lake in the caldera announcement likely death of our civilization.

 

In September 2013, 130 earthquakes hit Yellowstone during a single week. This has made many observers extremely concerned about Yellowstone …

The last succession earthquakes in Yellowstone began on September 10 and trembled until about 11:30 on September 16

« A total of 130 earthquakes of magnitude 0.6 to 3.6 have occurred in these three areas, however, most have occurred in the lower Geyser Basin, » said a researcher from the University of Utah. « In particular much of the seismicity in Yellowstone is as swarms. « 

 

Les limites extrèmes de la grande caldeira.
The extreme limits of the Great caldeira.

 

 

So what’s the worst case scenario?

Well, according to the Daily Mail, a full eruption of Yellowstone could leave two-thirds of the United States completely uninhabitable …

If it had exploded, it would with a force more powerful than the Mount St Helens in 1980 thousand times.

While spewing its lava far into the sky, a cloud of toxic ash assassinate all the vegetation on the ground, in a movement range and everything would be covered by a good 10 feet in hot acid and layer depth of up to 1,000 miles there.

 

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Two-thirds of the U.S. could become uninhabitable as toxic air sweep through it all , land and thousands of flights were canceled and millions of people were forced to leave their homes.

Can you think of another potential disaster that could do the same thing ?

That is why what is happening in Yellowstone right now is so important, and the American people deserve to know the truth. Here are some more explicit facts about Yellowstone that I compiled that I included in a previous article …

# 1 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could be up to 1000 times more powerful than the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.

# 2 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could spewing volcanic ash up to 25 miles in the air.

# 3 The next eruption of Yellowstone seems to be getting closer with each passing year. Since 2004 , some areas of Yellowstone National Park increased by not less than 10 inches in height.

# 4 There are about 3,000 earthquakes in the Yellowstone region each year only.

5 In the case of a large-scale eruption of Yellowstone, almost all north -west of the United States will be completely destroyed.

# 6 A massive eruption of Yellowstone would mean that almost everything in a 100 mile radius of Yellowstone would be killed immediately.

# 7 A large-scale eruption of Yellowstone could potentially pour a layer of volcanic ash that is at least 10 feet in height up to 1000 miles away.

# 8 A full-scale eruption of Yellowstone could cover almost all of the Midwestern United States with volcanic ash. Food production in America is almost completely destroyed.

# 9 A  » volcanic winter  » would be caused by a massive eruption of Yellowstone , which could drastically cool the planet . Some scientists believe that global temperatures could drop to 20 degrees on a global scale .

# 10 America would never be the same after a massive eruption of Yellowstone. Some scientists believe a major eruption of Yellowstone would make two-thirds of the United States completely uninhabitable .

# 11 Scientists tell us that this is not a question of « if » Yellowstone will erupt , but « when » the next inevitable eruption will occur.

 

La surface recouverte par  plusieurs mètres  de cèdres lors des éruptions passées.
From the  eruptions of the pas,this complete surface was recover by many meters of ashes.

 

What makes all this even more alarming is that a number of other prominent volcanoes in the world are to go right now as well .

For example, an article of inquisiter in July 2013 describes how starting to become very active … and threatening  » the most dangerous volcano in Mexico ! »

 » The Popocatepetl volcano is erupting again . ‘s Active volcano near Mexico City to burst this morning again, spewing ash into the sky . « 

The volcano is currently in the midst of an extremely active phase. According to the International Business Times , the volcano recorded 39 exhalations in the past 24 hours.

An eruption earlier this month has caused several cancellations of flights in and out of Mexico City .

The BBC notes that officials have raised the alert yellow alert level after the eruption of Popocateptl Saturday morning. Yellow is the level of warning for third at seven-step scale of the city.

And an article by NBC News from August 2013 noted that one of the most dangerous volcanoes in Japan came erupting 500 times so far in this year 2013!

Ash floated as high as 3 miles above the volcano Sakurajima in the southern city of Kagoshima on Sunday afternoon , forming its highest since the plume Japan Meteorological Agency began keeping records in 2006. Lava flowed just over half a mile of the crack , and several huge volcanic rocks tumbled down the mountain.

Although the eruption was more massive than usual, the inhabitants of the city of about 600,000 inhabitants are accustomed to hearing the mood swings of their neighbor to 3,664 feet. Kagoshima officials said in a statement that the eruption was the 500th of Sakurajima in this year alone.
So what does all this mean?

We are now entering a period where volcanic eruptions become much more common in the world?

Could we be fast? Approaching the day … absolutely devastating volcanic eruption will cripple much of North America?

I hope not, because it could easily spell the end of the human race … a strong part , at least .

 

Michel Duchaine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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