We are hearing about a road melting in Yellowstone Park. Remember several weeks ago herds of buffalo were running out of the park? Is there a connection? It’s hard to say for sure although a 4.8 quake did happen shortly after the buffalo exodus this last spring.
If the ground temperature is getting hot enough to melt roads, should we be concerned about “The Big One” a volcano eruption that has been forecast for sometime in the future?
“That is why what is going on at Yellowstone right now is so important, and the American people deserve the truth.
Right now, the ground underneath Yellowstone National Park is rising at a record rate. In fact, it is rising at the rate of about three inches per year. The reason why this is such a concern is because underneath the park sits the Yellowstone supervolcano — the largest volcano in North America. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that it will erupt again one day, and when it does the devastation will be almost unimaginable. A full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would dump a 10 foot deep layer of volcanic ash up to 1,000 miles away, and it would render much of the United States uninhabitable”
One of the main roads through Yellowstone National Park has been closed temporarily because the ground under it got too hot, and melted the asphalt. People are also being warned not to walk around too much because they may sink into underground hot water pools.
I know one thing for sure. I will be watching for even greater herds of animals fleeing from the park. They seem to know what’s going on before we do.
Your friend, Harley