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Although the odds are low for a major eruption happening anytime soon, a new study is once again raising fears over the Yellowstone supervolcano. A paper in the “Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems” journal lays out the suffering the would undergo in a worst-case scenario disaster, predicting most major cities in the being covered in layers of potentially deadly volcanic ash. RT’s Lindsayance takes a look at the study and breaks down its findings.

Although the odds are low for a major eruption happening anytime soon, a new study is once again raising fears over the Yellowstone supervolcano. A paper in the “Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems” journal lays out the suffering the would undergo in a worst-case scenario disaster, predicting most major cities in the being covered in layers of potentially deadly volcanic ash. RT’s Lindsayance takes a look at the study and breaks down its findings.

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Apocalyptic: Will The Yellowstone Supervolcano Erupt In Our Lifetime? As with many things in nature, it helps to understand the past when trying to predict the future. Ilya Bindeman, an associate professor of geological sciences at the University of Oregon, believes this is true of the Yellowstone supervolcano and the likelihood that it will produce an apocalyptic eruption as it has three times over the last the last 2 million years. “Yellowstone is one of the biggest supervolcanos in the world,” he says. “Sometimes it erupts quietly with lava flow, but once or twice every million years, it erupts very violently, forming large calderas,” which are very large craters measuring tens of kilometers in diameter. If it happens again, and he says most scientists think that it will, he predicts such an eruption will obliterate the surroundings within a radius of hundreds of kilometers, and cover the rest of the United States and Canada with multiple inches of ash. This, effectively, would shut down agriculture and cause global climate cooling for as long as a decade, or more, he says. A volcanic event of such magnitude “hasn’t happened in modern civilization,” he says. Image: Yellowstone sits on top of four overlapping calderas. (US NPS) More

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Is This Our Extinction Level Event? By The Sleuth Journal Forget Fukushima and the ecological and climatic damage caused by the Gulf Oil Explosion. These events are child’s play compared to what is coming from Yellowstone super volcano. The problem is that it is impossible to predict when the massive explosion will occur. This event will end life as we know it, but will it happen next week or in 10,000 years? Nobody knows, and for certain, nobody can do anything about it. I have been ignoring the hysteria and hype surrounding the claims that Yellowstone is a massive super volcano ready to blow its enormous top. Sensationalist journalists have been claiming for years that if there is a volcanic explosion at Yellowstone, it could constitute an extinction level event (ELE). Yeah right! At least, that is what I believed until last week. Last week Roger Landry, the Director of the Liberty Beacon Project, called me and reported that there was renewed discussion regarding Yellowstone related to the fact that we could be looking at a massive eruption which, at minimum, would destroy the United States and the resulting ash cloud could threaten all of humanity. More

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The Spirit of Halloween Despite our species' abiding fascination with dividing ourselves up by skin color, ethnicity, origin, language, politics and religion, every human alive now and over the last several thousand years shares one abiding truth:  we are and have been all remarkably genetically alike.  Given nature's love of diversity, how do we account for this global lack of human genetic diversity? Sifting the pieces of our present and of earth's history, scientists across several fields point to a curious event that happened about 73,000 year ago.  The Toba super eruption. Today's Lake Toba in Sumatra, Indonesia, is the remnant of the planet's last super volcanic eruption, 73,000 years before present plus or minus 4,000 years.  Toba's super explosive eruption is reckoned to have blanketed Southeast Asia in ash fall, spewing enough ash and gas into the planet's atmosphere to cause a worldwide drop in temperatures.  At least years of ecological disaster followed, if not decades, in the wake of the volcanic winter.  The last ice age, already underway, was not caused by the eruption, but it surely got a nice boost. Meanwhile, study of genetics reveals that today's entire human population might have derived from about 1,000 to 10,000 breeding pairs of humans who lived 50,000 to 100,000 years ago.  The narrowest estimate puts our genetic Adams and Eves at about 70,000 years ago, right around the time of the Toba event.  Any period where a species' numbers drastically decline, reducing possible genetic diversity, is called a genetic bottleneck. Scientists who place the facts together theorize that the super volcanic eruption of Toba stressed the planet's life, including human life, to the point where a handful of survivors were left to repopulate the world after the thousand-year effects of Toba.  If so, imagine those survivors.  They would have been a hard and determined people.  The only members of our family to survive the latest worst ecological disaster in life's history. It is cool to consider that at the time of the Toba eruption our species was still not the only members of the genus Homo on the planet.  Neanderthal humans still shared our world with us, and it looks like Homo floresiensis managed to cling on for some time on the island of Flores.  Our ancestors, following Toba, began to migrate out of Africa.  We know that our ancestors and Neanderthals lived among each other for a very long time.  For whatever reason (many theories are out there), by 20,000 years ago our ancestors were the only human species left on the planet.  All others had joined the long list of Earth's extinctions. From that genetic bottleneck of a small number of humans, our ancestors spread across the globe.  By 10,000 years ago humans had started to plant crops, selecting grains and grasses for abundance and yield, kicking off the Agricultural Revolution, the single greatest social and biological development in our species' history. Our ancestors also began domesticating animals, beginning with dogs, and then sheep, goats, cattle, chickens and pigs.  By 4,500 years ago our ancestors had built cities, created writing, and began to develop complex political and legal systems and mythlogies to domesticate humans out of a hunter/gatherer psychology and morphology and into today's 9 to 5, coffee-clutching human. Out of a dark and hostile distant past, Homo sapiens sapiens has claimed the planet.  We domesticated its resources, and in turn domesticated ourselves.  We are not those struggling, shivering, starving few who led to us. Out there, right now, is the potential for another Toba-like event.  It is not a question of it it will happen.  Only when it will happen.  Our planet's clock moves on a geological time scale, not on our 9 to 5 one.  But, the planet's clock never stops.  Not for our ancestors, and not for us. Enjoy the loveliness of today.  The abundance around you.  Appreciate it and realize this:  we are all related, after all.  Given what our own planet has done and will again do to us, perhaps our domesticated fears and desires seem a bit silly in comparison? Happy Halloween.

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