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Yellowstone Eruption In 2016? Shocking New Video Shows What Is Really Going On At Yellowstone

by Michael Snyder, End of the American Dream:

Over the past week, our planet has been hit by large earthquake after large earthquake, and according to Volcano Discovery there are 38 volcanoes around the world that are erupting right now.  We have seen a dramatic spike in global seismic activity that is unlike anything that we have seen in ages, and that is why what is going on at Yellowstone is so incredibly alarming.  Geologists tell us that a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would have up to 2,000 times the power of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980, and approximately two-thirds of the country would immediately become uninhabitable.  As you will see below, there are signs that something big is getting ready to happen at Yellowstone, and if it does erupt all of our lives will be permanently changed forever.

I want to share with you some footage from Yellowstone that was recorded on Thursday night.  In this video, it appears to be as bright as day even though it is the middle of the night, you can see a whole host of geysers steaming violently, and Old Faithful just keeps going off over and over…

This stunning footage was posted by a YouTube user known as Kat Martin 2016, and the following is what she had to say about the video that you just saw…

There are places s(t)eaming I have never seen steam before….and also note that the bright ground is back. There are no shadows, so it is not from above! As you know the cameras were froze up last night, so we could not see what was going ….or so we thought LOL…I found a way. Somehow (don’t ask me how), the Geyser Observation Study site was able to capture the ENTIRE night with NO freeze ups and cutting in and out….how is THAT? Anyway, I got it and slowed it down so you can see better. Old Faithful had weird seismos last night, and was going off constantly.

But it wasn’t just that one night.  The weird activity at Yellowstone has continued, and you can watch even more recent footage that Kat Martin has posted right here and right here.

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23 comments to Yellowstone Eruption In 2016? Shocking New Video Shows What Is Really Going On At Yellowstone

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Your Choice. Snooze or Sizzle.
    Is it SOUP yet?

    I think it is clear, that Yellowstone is a Pressure Cooker. It doesn’t look good. It’s a cooking, and you guys better be BOOKING (outta there).

    Even if it doesn’t blow for a 100,000 more years, it’s still better to be VERY early, instead of one day TOO late.

    Live a nice, long BORING life, or die like a POP TART on FIRE.

    Your Choice. Snooze or Sizzle.

    • Ed_B

      On the other hand, there is always something that will screw us over, no matter where we live. If that huge cliff on La Palma in the Canary Islands ever breaks loose and falls into the sea, the entire SE US and East coasts could disappear under a 200+ foot high wall of seawater when the tidal wave reaches the US. So, given this, is anyone moving to higher ground? Hey, it COULD happen. 😉

      • Eric

        Even worse…Florida could be consumed by communist social justice warriors!

      • Craig Escaped Detroit

        Yes, I was doing some more reading-researching about that Canary Island slope collapse & even a 300ft tall Tsunami hitting the east coast, possibly at the speed of a jet airliner.

        From what I’m reading, is that all the low lands are toast, but higher ground, about 10 or 20 miles inland, are considered totally safe. (But all of FLAT Florida, would probably be swept clean off the map, from Atlantic to Gulf side.

        I chose well. Direct line travel to the gulf of Mexico, is about 50 miles from my location, AND, my GPS tells me that my dirt is 297 feet above sea level.

        This geography, has the appearance of most parts of the USA that has ROLLING hills and genuine GREEN tree forests covering everything. Pines & Oaks, with a few maples and a small tree called Yapon Holly (edible that contains Theobromine-Caffeine, makes a nice TEA with a BOOST.) Oh yeah, we also have a fair number of LARGE “Sweet Bay” Magnolia-Tulip trees.

        A very few palm trees, but those are MORE common as you get at least 200 miles south of here.

        And yes you guys (Eric, Ed), there is always gonna be something that makes life harder.

        The same geological activity that is shaking things up, can very well cause the Canary Island Tsunami, AND Yellowstone to blow, and Mt. Saint Helens to blow, all in the same month.
        …… California, (at least the southern half) is predicted to slide into the sea, and the Pacific waves will eventually be hitting shores on the new coastline of Nebraska.

        NYC will be a collapsed rubble mess. Diseases & Fires will sweep over the cities as soon as the riots start happening.

        Like I always say, be ready, be safe, and try not to hesitate too long.

  • Howard Roark

    The most important question before we draw any conclusions is, what does Miles have to say on the matter?

  • KRELL427

    Don’t bury your stash in or near the park.

    • Craig Escaped Detroit

      Another VERY big concern, is that the EARTH is tilting ever more swiftly on its axis, and this puts a LOT more stress on ALL the GPS systems around the world.

      Satellites MUST be (very often) adjusted in their position over the earth. That’s why they ALL carry extra fuel, to make those Seasonal adjustments as the earth goes thru its summer-winter tilting.

      Then, when a satellite runs out of fuel, it can be OUT of sync, in as little as a day or three.

      As the government runs out of money, they will no longer be able to fund the GPS program, OR, if some earth disaster damages ground systems, tracking & computing, then all of our GPS numbers will quickly be worth NOTHING.

      Anybody with GPS buried stash or food cache, had better make a BACK UP plan on how to find all those things. Tape measure, drawings of terrain.

      A standard magnetic compass will NOT work right as the POLES shift, and they are doing it faster since the 80’s. Compass readings can be WIDELY off.

      I hope this helps some of you to make better plans. (Digital photos won’t work if your devices have no power.)

      As the POLES shift, so does the SOLAR-SUN orientation change as well.

      • Eric

        I hope we don’t fall over. Never had a GPS. Spent lots of time studying and making various maps however.

        • KRELL427

          I will stick to Sad Hill Cemetery,don’t tell Tuco the name of the grave.

          • Craig Escaped Detroit

            The name of the grave=Unknown.

            When you have to shoot, SHOOT, (don’t talk).

            • KRELL427

              What a movie,Tuco dug that grave and it was empty.I even have a audiophile viynl album of the soundtrack.You can’t beat analogue.

              • Craig Escaped Detroit

                I have some decent turntables (and cartridge) in the past, but I always regret NOT buying, (when it came out), an “inline” turntable that used NO needle, but had a LASER beam that beamed down into the groove to track all the waves & wiggles, and was sent thru the system (not as digital, but it was an analog sensor & pre-amp etc), but it had such a clever “focus” and “translation” system, that it IGNORED dust and scratches in the vinyl to give you a totally clean experience AND because it made NO PHYSICAL contact with the vinyl, it could NEVER degrade the surface.

                I wonder if any company makes that type of unit? And never need to buy another needle either.

                • Craig Escaped Detroit

                  That was pretty FUNNY. (rare 1st pressing, etc). Yep, the negro invention of “scratching” vinyl records.

                  Now they’ve got (probably for about 20 years now), digital mixing/sampling machines that do amazing things. Really big in the “techno” world, etc.

                  Trivia Time.

                  For a short time, I owned (and traded for something I wanted), a WIRE RECORDER. Those were created before magnetic TAPE machines, and used a “ferrous” wire instead of mylar tape with magnetic coating.

                  The guy who bought it, knew all about them, but had never held one before. It’s like a metal wire version of a Reel to Reel tape machine. Medium rarity.

                  Most rare thing I ever held, was a 10 carat Alexandrite (or it MAY have been a sapphire with Alexandrite color change properties). Was owned by an old WW2 army vet who purchased it in Italy after Mussolini’s treasure train vanished, he said he paid $100 for it.

                  I was a budding rock collector/enthusiast at the time, even had some experience faceting gem stones and doing some basic I.D. work. But did not have the stuff to ID which gem it was.

                  If it was the Sapphire w/Alexandrite color change, today’s value of that beauty, would be ONLY about $50k…..but if it was really an Alexandrite, it would be somewhere north of $10-50 million bucks. Those are considered the MOST valuable gem stones, even above PINK or Red Diamonds (which is far above Blue Diamonds.)

                  The world’s largest gemstone that is faceted, is a big TOPAZ at the Smithsonian, it’s as big as a Cantaloupe melon.

                  They also have some green emerald crystal (uncut, still stuck in part of the base rock), about as big as a large green stripe watermelon.

                  Back in the 80’s, a man bought some rocks at a yard sale for about $5….(found wild in Montana), and one stone, turned out to be a Potato sized Star Sapphire (lavendar color), HUGE. 1 gram = 5 carats. So 1 ounce = about 140 carats. I think that big sapphire probably weighed about 2 pounds (would make it about 3000 carats.)

                • KRELL427

                  Craig,I think you are talking about laserdisc.I still have one hooked into my system because I have a lot of classic movies and concert discs that have not been transferred to DVD or blu-ray.The player reads in analogue and to get ac-3 surround sound depending if it is encoded on the disc you have to run the Rf out through a rf demodulator. They sound good but to me the viynl is still the best. Some of the SACD and DVD-Audio discs are very close. The down side to viynl is breaking an expensive stylus off when your partying with your buddies.

                • Craig Escaped Detroit

                  The Video “Laser Disc” sounds very similar to, and must be an evolution to the laser tracking turntables I told you about, or perhaps the laser turntable came out AFTER the laser discs, but you can be sure that I am not getting them confused.

                  The “Laser stylus” turntable was marketed as an ultimate player of vinyl records without damaging the grooves, as well as filtering out all the dust & scratch pops because those defects are at a different “focus level” than the actual groove.

                  Never heard of any Laser disc machine that could play a 33 LP or a 45.

                  That old laser-video tech, goes back pretty far. At the time, it was really advanced stuff. Probably a bit of a collectors item today. Just like the old Comodore 64, Atari 2600 game console, & Apple 2 computers. I’m not a hoarder or collector, but I am a silver stacker & food packer.

                • Eric

                  Hey Craig, I made my fortune with those digital samplers. My first was an Akai S5000. A helluva machine. I wish I still had it. Had a DR-550 that was fun too. It was a lot harder working with tape and SCSI and weird things that were supposed to work but never did.

                  Now anyone with an iMac can do it. Amazing watching how quickly it advanced.

    • Rdawg

      I was a kid camping with another family near St Helens when it erupted back in ’80. We were right in the plume path. Day turned to night as the ash started to fall. Visibility was nil. I remember packing up the gear and driving out at about 10 mph. It’s a wonder the ash didn’t seem to clog the van’s air filter. I remember stopping at a rest area. We kids ran from the van to the restrooms with our shirts over our mouth and nose. I was barefoot, and remember that the ash was warm and the consistency of flour. At the time it seemed like great fun, but I am sure the adults were scared shitless.

  • d

    Will the ‘blow-off top’ mirror the stock market…or vice versa…at any rate…no one leaves this earth alive anyway….so let the ,good times roll on,….. and one could only hope that this administration and all of congress will be vacationing in Yellowstone this summer…this will be added to my daily prayer for ‘peace on earth’…amen

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