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Supervolcanoes
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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2017, 02:04:53 PM »
https://www.ranker.com/list/the-world_s-6-known-supervolcanoes/analise.dubner

The World's 6 Known Supervolcanoes

The Yellowstone Caldera

The Long Valley Caldera

Valles Caldera

Lake Toba

Taupo Caldera

Aira Caldera

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervolcano

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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2017, 02:54:16 PM »
https://www.ranker.com/list/the-world_s-6-known-supervolcanoes/analise.dubner

The World's 6 Known Supervolcanoes

1 The Yellowstone Caldera

Unbeknownst to most, Yellowstone National Park sits on a subterranean chamber of molten rock and gasses so vast that it is arguably one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. A magma chamber not far below the surface fuels all the volcanic attractions that Yellowstone is famous for. The last major eruption at Yellowstone, some 640,000 years ago, ejected 8,000 times the ash and lava of Mount St. Helens. It is alive and well today, and is the scientific basis for the hilarious volcanic explosion seen in the movie 2012 that blew up Woody Harrelson and, somehow, NOT John Cusack

2 The Long Valley Caldera

Second only to Yellowstone in North America is the Long Valley caldera, in east-central California. The 200-square-mile caldera is just south of Mono Lake, near the Nevada state line. The biggest eruption from Long Valley was 760,000 years ago, which unleashed 2,000 to 3,000 times as much lava and ash as Mount St. Helens, after which the caldera floor dropped about a MILE, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Some of the ash reached as far east as Nebraska. What worries geologists today was a swarm of strong earthquakes in 1980 and the 10-inch rise of about 100 square miles of caldera floor. Then, in the early 1990s, large amounts of carbon dioxide gas from magma below began seeping up through the ground and killing trees in the Mammoth Mountain part of the caldera. When these sorts of signs are present, it could mean trouble is centuries, decades, or even YEARS away, say volcanologists.

3 Valles Caldera

The 175-square-mile Valles caldera forms a large pock in the middle of northern New Mexico, west of Santa Fe. It last exploded 1.2 million and 1.6 million years ago, piling up 150 cubic miles of rock and blasting ash as far away as Iowa. As with other calderas, there are still signs of heat below: hot springs are still active around Valles. Geologists suspect the cause of Valles caldera has something to do with how the western United States' portion of the North American tectonic plate is being pulled apart

4 Lake Toba

The 1,080-square-mile Toba caldera in North Sumatra, Indonesia is the only supervolcano in existence that can be described as Yellowstone's "big" sister. About 74,000 years ago, Toba erupted and ejected several thousand times more material than erupted from Mount St. Helens in 1980. Some researchers think that Toba's ancient super eruption and the global cold spell it triggered might explain a mystery in the human genome. Our genes suggest we all come from a few thousand people just tens of thousands of years ago, instead of from a much older, bigger lineage — as the fossil evidence testifies. Both could be true if only a few small groups of humans survived the cold years following the Toba eruption.

5 Taupo Caldera

New Zealand's Taupo caldera has been filled by water, creating what many describe as one of the world's most beautiful landscapes, but the lake itself was created by a massive eruption 26,500 years ago. The caldera — the collapsed and subsided basin left after the huge eruption — became today's lake. But Taupo is not dead. The 485-square-mile caldera let loose again in the year A.D. 181, with estimates of ash and magma reaching as high as 22 cubic miles. Today, there are plenty of signs of current volcanic activity in the form of hot springs and venting.

6 Aira Caldera

One of the most recently troubling calderas in the world is the 150-square-mile Aira caldera in southern Japan, on the edge of which sits the city of Kagoshima. 22,000 years ago 14 cubic miles of material burped out of the ground and formed the Aira caldera, which is now largely Kagoshima Bay. That is equal to about 50 Mount St. Helens eruptions. The Sakura-jima volcano, which forms part of the Aira caldera, has been active on and off for the past century and still causes earthquakes today, indicating that the caldera itself is far from sleeping.

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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2018, 04:49:47 PM »
National Park Service Closes Part of Yellowstone! Ground “Breathing” up and Down, Eruption of Steam and “Rocks the Size of Bowling Balls” Snaps Boardwalk

https://beforeitsnews.com/v3/alternative/2018/3637715.html

According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), in the past week, there have been “changes” to the thermal features on Geyser Hill in Yellowstone National Park’s Upper Geyser Basin. An eight foot round area of ground is now “breathing; rising and falling 6 inches every ten minutes!

The ground has become unstable, new steaming has formed UNDER THE PEDESTRIAN BOARDWALKS, one location now has “bubbling:” under the boardwalk.

In one area, ground temperature has increased to 206 Degrees Fahrenheit!

MORE: Ear Spring “erupted” hurling rocks the size of bowling balls, in all directions, and sending steam and water 20-30 feet into the air!

These changes have forced the National Park Service (NPS) to CLOSE the Upper Geyser Basin of the Norris Junction to tourists.

Ear Spring, pictured above, a normally docile hot pool, had a water eruption that reached 20 to 30 feet high on Saturday, September 15, 2018.

The eruption ejected not only rocks, but also material that had fallen or been thrown into the geyser in years past, like coins, old cans, and other human debris.

The last known similar-sized eruption of the spring was in 1957, although smaller eruptions occurred as recently as 2004. As a result of these changes, Yellowstone National Park has closed portions of the boardwalk.

Yellowstone National Park sits atop what’s called a “supervolcano.”   There are only 14 supervolcanoes on planet earth, and Yellowstone is the ONLY one on land not covered by ocean.

This is the first time since 1957 that this type of steam eruption took place at Ear Spring.

The fact that USGS and the NPS chose to CLOSE this area to Tourists demonstrates the danger of these developments.

If an actual eruption of the Yellowstone  super-volcano took place, it would wipe out all life within five hundred miles within one hour.  It would spew hot, flaming ash several FEET deep, for over 1,000 miles in all directions, burning and destroying everything it comes in contact with.  It would then spew thinner layers of ash more than TWO THOUSAND MILES, ruining crops, killing livestock and altering the weather of the entire planet for years, as volcanic ash blocked-out portions of sunlight.

It would be an indescribable cataclysm- wiping out the western two-thirds of the continental United States!
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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2019, 07:00:43 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8V5v7Bpu4E

This You-Tuber explains that something strange happened to Yellowstone earlier this weekend, as documented on seismographs. 

A caller on Marfoogle News who studies sub-atomic particles speculates that it might have been a neutrino that escaped from one of the Fermi particle accelerators in the U.S. or elsewhere.  She had to sign a non-disclosure agreement in her work, but cautiously stated that she believes PTB are pulling out all the big tricks to distract us from something larger about to happen. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8V5v7Bpu4E @ around 1:33:00


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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2019, 10:26:51 PM »
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it might have been a neutrino that escaped

A neutrino?  Mistake somewhere, surely.

Neutrino - Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino

Neutrinos, in contrast, can travel even greater distances barely attenuated. The galactic core of the Milky Way is fully obscured by dense gas and numerous bright objects. Neutrinos produced in the galactic core might be measurable by Earth-based neutrino telescopes.

What is a neutrino? - Scientific American
www.scientificamerican.com/.../what-is-a-neutrino

A neutrino is a subatomic particle that is very similar to an electron, but has no electrical charge and a very small mass, which might even be zero. Neutrinos are one of the most abundant ...

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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #7 on: January 14, 2019, 04:45:10 AM »
Hi Jim, The quote came directly from a person who claims to be currently working with atomic particles.

What are you own thoughts?

Am inferring from the Wiki quote that you feel neutrinos are commonplace and should not create an effect upon Yellowstone, correct?

I wonder then if there is something about this particular particle that she suspects might be unnatural or unusual. 

Here's an example:
https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/06/weird-neutrino-excess-wont-go-away-hints-at-new-physics/

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Weird neutrino excess won’t go away, hints at new physics.
One possible explanation is a fourth type of neutrino.

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There are several indications that our current understanding of the particles and forces that govern normal matter is wrong. Many of these areas seem to involve neutrinos, and that's in part because these particles rarely interact with normal matter, making them incredibly difficult to detect.

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But we've gradually gotten better at building detectors, which has allowed us to discover that neutrinos have mass (something unaccounted for in the Standard Model) and shift among different identities as they travel (meaning they can become something else entirely).

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There are even some indications that neutrinos and antineutrinos are the same particles, differing only in terms of the orientation of their spin.

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an unstable particle called a pion. A pion is charged and can be steered into a beam. When a pion decays, it will produce a neutrino that travels in roughly the same direction (positively charged pions produce neutrinos when they decay; negatively charged ones produce antineutrinos). These can be sent to detectors that are hundreds of kilometers away, since the beam will travel through the Earth without many of its neutrinos interacting with anything. At long distances, the neutrinos have enough time to shift to a new identity

The article's conclusion leaves one with the distinct impression that particle physicists are not at all certain what they're playing with while seeking novel matter, some of which may come from another universe even, if I understand where they're sourcing their antimatter from.

All of which hearkens back to the post about the Fermi particle lab near Chicago firing particles at a receptor in the middle of Native American territory a short distance away from Yellowstone:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6920.msg107747.html#msg107747

And this post about toying with antimatter (such as antineutrinos):
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6920.msg107837.html#msg107837

And what about this, which was en route several weeks ago and might have arrived bringing both known and unknown particles:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7074.msg108062.html#msg108062

One final thought: Since natural particles such as ordinary neutrinos are so commonplace, it would stand to reason that particle accelerators, for all their trouble and expense, were never designed to study the ordinary.  The driving force which keeps these atomic physicists engaged is seeking novelty.  And a possible other driving force funding the payroll may be applications of these strange particles with usages which may or may not be in earth's best interests, but in the interests of someone or something with an agenda all their own.

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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2019, 12:10:17 PM »
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Hi Jim, The quote came directly from a person who claims to be currently working with atomic particles.

What are you own thoughts?

Am inferring from the Wiki quote that you feel neutrinos are commonplace and should not create an effect upon Yellowstone, correct?

My guess:  editing mistake, words missing.  Perhaps should be "neutrino stream".

Answer:  Yes, but thanks for the updates.

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« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2019, 03:20:25 PM »
Magma Under The Yellowstone Supervolcano Is “Rising”, And Scientists Warn That An Eruption Would Devastate The Entire Planet!!

All over the world seismic activity has been increasing in recent years, and this process seems to have accelerated during the early days of 2019

https://www.infowars.com/magma-under-the-yellowstone-supervolcano-is-rising-and-scientists-warn-that-an-eruption-would-devastate-the-entire-planet/

Could it be possible that a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano is not too far away?

All over the world seismic activity has been increasing in recent years, and this process seems to have accelerated during the early days of 2019. In particular, quite a few once dormant volcanoes are springing to life again, and this has many concerned about what could potentially happen at Yellowstone.

 Of course Yellowstone has never been “dormant”, but there have been new signs of life over the past six months.  Entirely new geysers have sprung out of the ground, Steamboat Geyser has been the most active that it has been in decades, and some geysers have even been shooting “debris and rocks” into the sky.  And now we are being told that “a 465-mile-long piece of molten rock” is “rising” directly under Yellowstone…

If Yellowstone were to erupt today, none of our lives would ever be the same again from that moment on.

We are talking about a disaster that is on a scale that most of us couldn’t even imagine, and it would instantly render most of the country completely uninhabitable.  The following is an extended excerpt from one of my previous articles about Yellowstone…

I would like to try to describe for you what a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would mean for this country.

Hundreds of cubic miles of ash, rock and lava would be blasted into the atmosphere, and this would likely plunge much of the northern hemisphere into several days of complete darkness. Virtually everything within 100 miles of Yellowstone would be immediately killed, but a much more cruel fate would befall those that live in major cities outside of the immediate blast zone such as Salt Lake City and Denver.

Hot volcanic ash, rock and dust would rain down on those cities literally for weeks. In the end, it would be extremely difficult for anyone living in those communities to survive. In fact, it has been estimated that 90 percent of all people living within 600 miles of Yellowstone would be killed.

Experts project that such an eruption would dump a layer of volcanic ash that is at least 10 feet deep up to 1,000 miles away, and approximately two-thirds of the United States would suddenly become uninhabitable. The volcanic ash would severely contaminate most of our water supplies, and growing food in the middle of the country would become next to impossible.

In other words, it would be the end of our country as we know it today.

The rest of the planet, and this would especially be true for the northern hemisphere, would experience what is known as a “nuclear winter”. An extreme period of “global cooling” would take place, and temperatures around the world would fall by up to 20 degrees. Crops would fail all over the planet, and severe famine would sweep the globe.

In the end, billions could die.

Scientists are constantly monitoring Yellowstone for potential signs of an eruption, but the truth is that a major disaster of this magnitude would probably come with little or no warning.

It is undeniable that in recent months there have been signs of increased activity at Yellowstone.  That doesn’t mean that an eruption is imminent, but without a doubt it should be a cause for concern.

And this is especially true considering all of the shaking that we are seeing elsewhere around the globe.  Just within the past few days we have seen a magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit California and a magnitude 5.1 earthquake near Anchorage, Alaska.  The latter one definitely shook a lot of people up…

    Residents took to earthquake monitoring site EMSC to share their experiences. One said: “Long and big. Significant anxiety spike!

    Another added: “That was scary. Hard quake.”

We are not even to the middle of January, and there have already been more than 100 significant earthquakes in Alaska so far this year.

That is not normal.

Our planet appears to be going through some major changes, and many believe that all of this seismic activity is an indication that things are about to become quite apocalyptic.  I am personally of the opinion that we are going to continue to see a rise in the number of earthquakes and that we are going to continue to see a rise in the number of volcanic eruptions.

As I have said before, the shell of our planet is cracked, and we are just floating on the pieces.  Now those pieces appear to be getting increasingly unstable, and that is going to affect us in ways that most people cannot even imagine right now.

We are talking about a disaster that is on a scale that most of us couldn’t even imagine, and it would instantly render most of the country completely uninhabitable. The following is an extended excerpt from one of my previous articles about Yellowstone…

I would like to try to describe for you what a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would mean for this country.

Hundreds of cubic miles of ash, rock and lava would be blasted into the atmosphere, and this would likely plunge much of the northern hemisphere into several days of complete darkness. Virtually everything within 100 miles of Yellowstone would be immediately killed, but a much more cruel fate would befall those that live in major cities outside of the immediate blast zone such as Salt Lake City and Denver.

Hot volcanic ash, rock and dust would rain down on those cities literally for weeks. In the end, it would be extremely difficult for anyone living in those communities to survive. In fact, it has been estimated that 90 percent of all people living within 600 miles of Yellowstone would be killed.

Experts project that such an eruption would dump a layer of volcanic ash that is at least 10 feet deep up to 1,000 miles away, and approximately two-thirds of the United States would suddenly become uninhabitable. The volcanic ash would severely contaminate most of our water supplies, and growing food in the middle of the country would become next to impossible.

In other words, it would be the end of our country as we know it today.

The rest of the planet, and this would especially be true for the northern hemisphere, would experience what is known as a “nuclear winter”. An extreme period of “global cooling” would take place, and temperatures around the world would fall by up to 20 degrees. Crops would fail all over the planet, and severe famine would sweep the globe.

In the end, billions could die.

Scientists are constantly monitoring Yellowstone for potential signs of an eruption, but the truth is that a major disaster of this magnitude would probably come with little or no warning.

It is undeniable that in recent months there have been signs of increased activity at Yellowstone.  That doesn’t mean that an eruption is imminent, but without a doubt it should be a cause for concern.

And this is especially true considering all of the shaking that we are seeing elsewhere around the globe.  Just within the past few days we have seen a magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit California and a magnitude 5.1 earthquake near Anchorage, Alaska.  The latter one definitely shook a lot of people up…
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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2019, 08:18:17 PM »
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Magma Under The Yellowstone Supervolcano Is “Rising”, And Scientists Warn That An Eruption Would Devastate The Entire Planet!!

Zetatalk.com  has stated that Yellowstone will flow, not blow.

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« Reply #11 on: January 15, 2019, 07:36:54 AM »
I've read the same thing essentially:

Since Yellowstone has already blown its cone in ages past, all that's left for it to do is basically what happened in Hawaii: seep magma upward.

Of course, that could be very destructive in certain areas, considering that the magma channels extend all the way to Mexico.  Don't know whether that would manifest itself in a strung-out pattern or in a concentrated manner.

However, in fairness to the opposite point of view, we have seen volcanoes re-form their cones spontaneously...

Has anyone noticed the on-going Yellowstone seismographs lately with the very low-frequency signatures, and if so, any thoughts?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjM0dpeh8aQ

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Re: Supervolcanoes
« Reply #13 on: January 25, 2019, 03:42:05 PM »
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it might have been a neutrino that escaped

A neutrino?  Mistake somewhere, surely.

Neutrino - Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino

Neutrinos, in contrast, can travel even greater distances barely attenuated. The galactic core of the Milky Way is fully obscured by dense gas and numerous bright objects. Neutrinos produced in the galactic core might be measurable by Earth-based neutrino telescopes.

What is a neutrino? - Scientific American
www.scientificamerican.com/.../what-is-a-neutrino

A neutrino is a subatomic particle that is very similar to an electron, but has no electrical charge and a very small mass, which might even be zero. Neutrinos are one of the most abundant ...

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The page you were looking for could not be found.

Jim I googled it and found the link here is one, unbroken:

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-is-a-neutrino/

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« Reply #14 on: January 25, 2019, 03:45:28 PM »
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Magma Under The Yellowstone Supervolcano Is “Rising”, And Scientists Warn That An Eruption Would Devastate The Entire Planet!!

Zetatalk.com  has stated that Yellowstone will flow, not blow.

I hope this is True:  Per the Zetas, a supervolcanic eruption will not occur during the passage of PX:

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx352.htm 

 

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