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Yellowstone volcano: USGS head reveals ‘swarm’ of earthquakes hit area over eruption fears

Yellowstone volcano: USGS head reveals ‘swarm’ of earthquakes hit area over eruption fears 1

The USGS scientist’s news about the movement of the Yellowstone caldera and changes in the region coincides with continuing speculation another supereruption is imminent.

Yellowstone volcano erupted 2.1 million years ago, 1.3 million years ago, and 640,000 years ago, inflicting apocalyptic devastation on a global scale.

This is based on dubious estimates, as the interval between the devastating events is approximately 600,000 years, meaning a volcanic catastrophe is overdue.

However, these claims have been universally dismissed by experts.

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