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Comment: Yellowstone National Park? (Score 1) 381

by Alexis Boulva (#14373690) Attached to: Mount St. Helens Eruption Baffles Scientists
A few years ago I saw a fairly long report on the presence of a massive supervolcano under Yellowstone national park, which had erupted something like 60K years ago and which seems to erupt at regular intervals, the next eruptino being a few years late right now. This is probably a wild guess, but does anyone else think that perhaps lava from the present bassins under Yellowstone might be tunneled to Mt St-Helens?

Here's a bit of searching I made on Google Maps

It may be kind of far for lava to travel, but you never know, considering what I remember hearing about the imensity of the supervolcano potentially involved.

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