Future Mega Catastrophe Looming

Ever wonder about future earth ending catastrophes?  Well wondering is a good sign because there is a serious mega-active volcano currently overdue for eruption and nobody seems to be worried about it.  Very little is talked about on the news. Nobody has prepared, because nobody thinks it will happen in their lifetime. But if it does, what are the consequences.
Yes, you read correctly.  In the United States more specifically Wyoming, USA has an active volcano ready to erupt.  In fact the magma that could erupt from Yellowstone is collectively the size of the whole state of Wyoming.  The problem isn’t about the eruption the problem is NO ONE is talking about it or preparing!
Apparently every 600,000 years the volcano at Yellowstone erupts and when it does the entire planet will not survive.  The last eruption was over 600,000 years ago…it’s a little over due.  When the Yellowstone volcano erupts it could be a civilization ending event.  The entire sky will be full of ash for 2 or 3 years, in effect it will be total crop failure, the world will starve to death.

All though it may be a lot to take in hearing the world will starve to death upon Yellowstone’s eruption but there may be something you can do to prepare.  The first and most important thing to do is educate and bring this topic to everyone’s awareness.  But not knowing what can happen is setting yourself up for failure.  If you live on the west coast you will have 2-3 days to prepare upon eruption as the ash will wrap around the world before hitting the west coast. This group has the best chance. Everyone East of Yellowstone better have preparations, because it could be deadly if you’re not ready for it.

Don’t let this volcanic eruption scare you but it is looming and it will happen.  Maybe not tomorrow but then again we never know.  Set yourself and educate others on the subject.  Lastly, having an ample supply of canned food stashed away can be the difference between surviving and dying.

4 thoughts on “Future Mega Catastrophe Looming

  1. Avoiding this eruption in Yellowstone is very unlikely I heard. They claim to have a scientist laboratory next to Yellowstone surveying the magma chamber consistently and looking for any signs of a possible eruption. Nobody knows if a small trigger like a earthquake near the mountain can cause the magma to explode up. Certainly being on the west coast is a prime spot to be because the ash will wrap around the whole earth before it hits SF or LA. Keeping a survival kit near your place of residence can be vital in any emergency situation. But then again lets think for a minute, this whole event can happen in 200 years from now, so we really don’t need to worry too much about it. I believe definitely letting the majority public know about this phenomenon is important and could be the difference between some fatalities.

    1. I’ve heard stuff about people triggering the volcano’s eruption to slowly release some of the energy built up, but who knows, if they do that, they just may trigger something far greater than anyone can handle. Thanks for your comment.

  2. That’s crazy to think about the entire magma chamber for the volcano erupting is under the whole state of Wyoming. I really don’t think the residents of Wyoming really care about Yellowstone erupting or else they wouldn’t be living there, right? Yellowstone is a famous national park people visit every day but don’t really seem to care much about the pending catastrophe. I don’t blame the people that think like this because honestly who cares about this event because there is very little to be done to protect yourself.

    Wyoming really is a beautiful state with a gorgeous national park and I don’t think people are going to be too concerned with the after effects of the potential explosion and crop failure. Of course the agricultural societies will be destroyed but there’s not much to be done or be concerned about if you live in New York City or Boston.

    1. Well, Wyoming is one of the least populated states in the US, wonder if it has anything at all to do with Yellowstone. Sure is interesting!

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