Yellowstone volcano eruption OVERDUE: What will happen if Yellowstone BLOWS?

This is despite the pessimistic estimates the supervolcano is thousands of years overdue.

Michael Poland, geophysicist at the Cascades Volcano Observatory, said: “We see interesting things all the time, but we have not seen anything leading us to believe that the sort of magmatic event described by the researchers is happening.”

When Yellowstone last erupted 630,000 years ago, the super volcano spewed an incredible 240 cubic miles worth of ash and rock.

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