Friday, October 03, 2014

Greater Chance of Earthquakes in Yellowstone National Park

(This is the fractured cross that is explained in the prophecies of the I AM America 6-Map Scenario. - Lori)

[ABC] The U.S. Geological Survey says there's a greater chance of damaging earthquakes in Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
Millions of visitors come to Yellowstone every year to witness the power of the world's largest active volcano. The magma pool lies beneath the huge caldera that makes up most of the park's surface, including Lake Yellowstone. In July, super-volcano expert Dr. Bob Smith revealed what his studies discovered about the magma body.
"…that it's two and a half times bigger," said Smith
Now a new U.S. geological survey report reveals the Yellowstone Grand Teton area is more likely to have hazardous earthquakes than previously thought. "Yellowstone is always shaking," said Smith.
Smith's labs at the University of Utah constantly watch the park's earthquakes with seismic and satellite surveillance.
"We record three to four thousand earthquakes a year in Yellowstone," said Smith
Most of those earthquakes are small, of course. However, the updated government maps show a slightly greater risk for hazardous earthquakes in northwest Wyoming, but engineers have been reinforcing public buildings in the area for the last decade. Read More