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How would you survive the Yellowstone Caldera, Supervolcano eruption?


I recently watched the movie "Supervolcano" on Netflix. Realizing that if the Yellowstone Caldera does blow as predicted, that I best have a better survival plan. I live in northern Minnesota near the Canadian border. What kind of survival plans does one make for a disaster of such magnitude?

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    Stargrrl 2 years ago

    I didn't know that it would be that severe! Scary!


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    Susie Lehto (colorfulone) 2 years ago

    Thank you, Cynthia. I just read your hub, "Doomsday Prepping "Bugging in" Sustainability and Preparedness Basic Survival At Home". I will be reading more of your in-depth and researched material and recommended sites.

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    Susie Lehto (colorfulone) 2 years ago

    Rebecca, that sounds bleak for people living in Wyoming. Major concerns for all of you so close to Yellowstone. A lot will depend on the wind's direction though. I just hope it does not blow.

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    Susie Lehto (colorfulone) 2 years ago

    Laurel, wouldn't it be nice if the government was building shelters with supplies to house the masses of people in case of a supervolcano.

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    Susie Lehto (colorfulone) 2 years ago

    It sounds like it would just be a matter of time for those in the states who do survive if they do not have a clean water source. At any rate, its best to be prepared for lesser natural disasters. It is a lot to think about.