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The Yellowstone Volcano Theory That Would Change Everything

Wyoming's beautiful Yellowstone National Park is 3,500 square miles of pristine nature, featuring impressive geysers and clear springs formed over the millennia as a result of the area's highly active subterranean volcanos. These volcanoes have been home to some of the most seismic eruptions to ever take place on the surface of the Earth (via National Geographic). Yellowstone's last "supereruption" is believed by scientists to have occurred some 640,000 years ago...

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    The Yellowstone Volcano Theory That Would Change Everything

    The Yellowstone Volcano Theory That Would Change Everything

    Wyoming's beautiful Yellowstone National Park is 3,500 square miles of pristine nature, featuring impressive geysers and clear springs formed over the millennia as a result of the area's highly active subterranean volcanos. These volcanoes have been home to some of the most seismic eruptions to ever take place on the surface of the Earth...

    How Many Volcanic Eruptions Have Occurred At Yellowstone?

    How Many Volcanic Eruptions Have Occurred At Yellowstone?

    If you're looking for an impending apocalypse for your soap box doomsday sermons, you might warn of something like a super volcano in order to scare the good people on the street into believing that the end is nigh. But if you were thinking the sleeping giant beneath Yellowstone National Park would do the trick, you'll unfortunately have to keep looking...

    The Truth About Yellowstone's Zone Of Death

    The Truth About Yellowstone's Zone Of Death

    Yellowstone Park: America's gorgeous, untamed, geologically diverse, geothermically active home to elk, bison, grizzly bears, the geyser Old Faithful, and of course, Yogi Bear and Boo-Boo. What better place to bump into a sociopath while hiking or camping and possibly disappearing, as Outside Online relates has happened to 1,600 other people across multiple...

    National Park Mysteries That Will Keep You Up At Night

    National Park Mysteries That Will Keep You Up At Night

    In the United States, the National Parks System is widely regarded as a beloved national treasure that preserves the wild spaces of a country that's quickly growing more and more developed. If you live in a bustling city or a suburb where green space is largely represented by roadway medians and manicured lawns, at least there are the vast and varied...

    Most Dangerous US National Parks

    Most Dangerous US National Parks

    National parks are America's greatest treasures. Every year, more than 300 million people visit (in normal years, anyway), and every year, these people are rude to each other, leave trash everywhere, squabble over parking spots, and buy t-shirts. And the national parks are mostly okay with this, except when they randomly kill a tourist or two...

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