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2022-12-02 4:21:03 PM  
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2022-12-02 5:26:05 PM  
Yes, it's going any day now.  Don't come out here. I can feel it pulsing from here.
 
2022-12-02 5:33:21 PM  

cryinoutloud: Yes, it's going any day now.  Don't come out here. I can feel it pulsing from here.


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2022-12-02 5:35:48 PM  
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2022-12-02 5:54:38 PM  
This was a helpful illustration

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2022-12-02 5:59:54 PM  
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2022-12-02 6:04:09 PM  
That'll do if the giant meteor doesn't show up.
 
2022-12-02 6:21:02 PM  

johnny_vegas: This was a helpful illustration

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Where's the kaboom? Where's the Earth shattering kaboom?!
 
2022-12-02 6:23:10 PM  

Nimbull: johnny_vegas: This was a helpful illustration

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Where's the kaboom? Where's the Earth shattering kaboom?!


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2022-12-02 6:32:42 PM  
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Image seems kind of prescient now, well, at least for her.
 
2022-12-02 6:35:53 PM  
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2022-12-02 7:17:28 PM  
The hazard assessment hasn't changed.  The hazard assessment will never change, since there's fark all we can do if we know it's going to erupt.
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We will continue to monitor it so we can tell the elites when it's time to bug out and leave the proles to their fate. Everything will be just fine... Trust us. We're the government.
 
2022-12-02 7:17:35 PM  

JasonOfOrillia: That'll do if the giant meteor doesn't show up.


Typical lib, outsourcing the apocalypse to some ne'er-do-well immigrant. Yellowstone is truly an American end of times.
 
2022-12-02 7:20:03 PM  
We've been watching "Epic Yellowstone" and I had to interrupt the series to watch a doc or two about the geology because sure, gorgeous shots of wildlife overcoming and succumbing to the harshest conditions is good television but those magma chambers are sexy as f*ck and the geologic remnants of the eruptions resulting from those chambers is stunning.
 
2022-12-02 7:21:20 PM  
And yeah, when it blows again America as we know it will basically cease to exist.
 
2022-12-02 7:30:12 PM  

cryinoutloud: Yes, it's going any day now.  Don't come out here. I can feel it pulsing from here.


There's a high school science teacher out there who did a segment of his show on a place in Yellowstone where you could feel the thumping of the pressure moving up through the park. Laid on the bare ground in winter and marveled at it - then filmed the pond next to him starting to boil.

What is it about volcanology that is so f*cking hot?!

/hahahaa
 
2022-12-02 9:31:43 PM  
Don't blame me. I voted for Giant Meteor.
 
2022-12-02 10:05:57 PM  
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2022-12-02 11:29:14 PM  

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2022-12-02 11:34:24 PM  
Look out...he' sgonna blow!
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2022-12-03 3:17:58 AM  
2012 (2009) - Yellowstone Erupts Scene (4/10) | Movieclips
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/When Yellowstone goes boom it will take out 1/4 of the US in the blast and lavaflow, and cover half the rest of the country with inches worth of ashes. Air travel would be nearly impossible for years to come due to insane amounts of abrasive ashes raining down from the upper atmosphere.
 
2022-12-03 7:47:10 AM  

Excelsior: [YouTube video: 2012 (2009) - Yellowstone Erupts Scene (4/10) | Movieclips]

/When Yellowstone goes boom it will take out 1/4 of the US in the blast and lavaflow, and cover half the rest of the country with inches worth of ashes. Air travel would be nearly impossible for years to come due to insane amounts of abrasive ashes raining down from the upper atmosphere.


The idea that you could outrun Yellowstone going up in an RV is so freakin' stupid.
 
2022-12-03 7:57:25 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Excelsior: [YouTube video: 2012 (2009) - Yellowstone Erupts Scene (4/10) | Movieclips]

/When Yellowstone goes boom it will take out 1/4 of the US in the blast and lavaflow, and cover half the rest of the country with inches worth of ashes. Air travel would be nearly impossible for years to come due to insane amounts of abrasive ashes raining down from the upper atmosphere.

The idea that you could outrun Yellowstone going up in an RV is so freakin' stupid.


Yeah but it was so fun to watch, I watched it a couple times.
 
2022-12-03 8:46:04 AM  

Excelsior: [YouTube video: 2012 (2009) - Yellowstone Erupts Scene (4/10) | Movieclips]

/When Yellowstone goes boom it will take out 1/4 of the US in the blast and lavaflow, and cover half the rest of the country with inches worth of ashes. Air travel would be nearly impossible for years to come due to insane amounts of abrasive ashes raining down from the upper atmosphere.


Sooo.. what's the bad news?
 
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