Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by onedomino, Apr 3, 2005.
how bad would it affect america?
theoretically it could be catastrophic----we've got our own caldera that scientists have been watching too!--Yellowstone.
It would be a worldwide castastrophy:
So this may happen just when 'global warming' really kicks in? A draw. I'm just kidding. I know that Mt St Helen's eruption effected weather in US and Canada for awhile and that wasn't a catastrophic eruption.
So little is NOT in the hands of man.
I wonder if there's a way to safely tap into all that energy ? You could possibly produce energy and prevent disaster if the poisonous gases could be neutralized.
Yes, Yellowstone could prove to be the biggest catastrophe short of a Hillary Clinton Presidency....
Seriously, though ..... next week on the Discovery Channel.....
"Supervolcano" April 10, 8pm ET/PT
just in case you want to get really, really depressed
Why do you only want to know how it would affect america? Does the rest of the world not count?
because that is where he lives.....are you not allowed to care about yourself and you family anymore.....
I just find revealing how the first question that comes up is: "How bad could it be for america?"
I would actually ask how bad could it be for the world but nevermind me
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