From the December 2003 Idaho Observer

26.01.2004

26.01.2004


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Scientists closely monitoring Yellowstone

Recent eruptions, 200 degree ground temperatures, bulging magma and 84 degree water temperatures prompt heightened srutiny of park's geothermal activity

BILLINGS, Mont. —

Yellowstone National Park happens to be on top of one of the largest "super volcanoes" in the world. Geologists claim the Yellowstone Park area has been on a regular eruption cycle of 600,000 years. The last eruption was 640,000 years ago making the next one long overdue. This next eruption could be 2,500 times the size of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption. Volcanologists have been tracking the movement of magma under the park and have calculated that, in parts of Yellowstone, the ground has risen over seventy centimeters this century.

In July, 2003, Yellowstone Park rangers closed the entire Norris Geyser Basin because of deformation of the land and excessive high ground temperatures. There is an area that is 28 miles long by 7 miles wide that has bulged upward over five inches since 1996, and this year the ground temperature on that bulge has reached over 200 degrees (measured one inch below ground level).

There was no choice but to close off the entire area. Everything in this area is dying: The trees, flowers, grass and shrubs. A dead zone is developing and spreading outward. The animals are literally migrating out of the park.

Then during the last part of July one of the Park geologists discovered a huge bulge at the bottom of Yellowstone Lake. The bulge has already risen over 100 feet from the bottom of the lake and the water temperature at the surface of the bulge has reached 88 degrees and is still rising.

Keep in mind that Yellowstone Lake is a high mountain lake with very cold water temperatures. The Lake is now closed to the public. It is filled with dead fish floating everywhere. The same is true of the Yellowstone river and most of the other streams in the Park. Dead and dying fish are filling the water everywhere.

Many of the picnic areas in the Park have been closed and people visiting the Park usually stay but a few hours before leaving since the stench of sulfur is so strong they literally can't stand the smell.

The irony of all this is the silence by the news media and our government. Very little information is available from Yellowstone personnel or publications. What mainstream newsstories do appear underscore the likelihood of a massive volcanic eruption. Though geologists publicly admit Yellowstone is "overdue," they have been quoted as stating another massive magma release may not occur for 100,000 or 2 million years. Others close to the story are convinced that a massive eruption is imminent. A source that has demonstrated first-hand knowledge of the park's history and recent geothermal events stated the following: "The American people are not being told that the explosion of this 'super volcano' could happen at any moment. When Yellowstone does blow, some geologists predict that every living thing within six hundred miles is likely to die. The movement of magma has been detected just three-tenths of a mile below the bulging surface of the ground in Yellowstone raising concerns that this super volcano may erupt soon. "

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This report was taken from a series of articles, emails and official information


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Scientists are closely monitoring Yellowstone

Recent eruptions, 200 C temperature at the bottom of the earth, bulging magma and 84 ° C water temperature immediately increased geothermal activity park.

The billing, Mont. — Yellowstone 
National Park, was, 
on top of one of the largest "super volcanoes" in the world. Geologists call that  Yellowstone Park area has been on a regular eruption cycle of 600,000 years. The last eruption was 640,000 years ago, which says nothing of the past due date of the eruption. This is the next eruption could be 2,500 times the size of Mount 1980 C-. Helens eruption. Volcanologists have traced the movement of magma under the park and have calculated that in parts of Yellowstone, ground (earth) has risen over seventy centimeters this century.

In July, 2003, Yellowstone Parks rangers closed the pool full of Norris Geyser ground deformation due to high temperatures and excessive ground (earth). There is an area that is 28 miles long width of 7 miles, which bulged upward over five inches since 1996, and this year the temperature of the substrate (ground) on the convexity of the stretched 200 degrees (degrees) (measured one inch below ground level).

There was no choice but to fully enclose the area. Everything in this area is dying: trees, flowers, grass and bushes. The Dead Zone develops and spreads outward. Animals are literally migrate out of the park.

Then during the last (last) part of July, one of the Park geologists discovered a huge bulge on the bottom of Yellowstone Lake. The bulge has already increased by more than 100 feet (ft) from the bottom of the lake and the water temperature at the surface of the bulge reached 88 degrees (degrees) and still rising.

Keep in mind that Yellowstone Lake — high mountain lake with very cold water temperatures. The lake is now closed to the public. It's filled with dead fish floating everywhere. The same is true of the Yellowstone River and most other streams in the Park. Dead and dying fish fills the water everywhere.

Many of the picnic areas in the Park have been closed, and the people visiting the park are usually left, but a few hours before leaving (leaving), as the stench of sulfur is so strong they literally can not stand the smell.

The irony of all this is — silence the media and our government. Very little information is available from Yellowstone personnel or publications. What mainstream newsstories appears emphasize the probability of a massive volcanic eruption. Although geologists publicly admit (admit) that the Yellowstone "overdue", they indicated (quoted) statement as another massive release magma, can not take place within 100,000 or 2 million years. Others close to the stories are convinced that a massive eruption is imminent. A source who has demonstrated knowledge of the history of the park itself and recent geothermal events, said: "The American people do not shew that the explosion of the 'super volcano' could happen at any moment. When Yellowstone blows, some geologists predict that every living creature within six hundred miles, probably  die. Movement of magma was found with only three of the dozens of miles below the protruding surface of the ground (earth) in the Yellowstone rise enterprises (anxiety) that this super volcano may erupt soon. "

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