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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I didn't know that it would be that severe! Scary!
I am a hoot at parties (not). I know it is not considered polite to add links to another person's item, but if you would like to see according to the USGS map http: //volcanoes .usgs. gov/ observatories /yvo / is the http address.
I'm using your answer in my new hub. Hope you don't mind. I will credit you.
In other words, it would be Doomsday?
Thank you for that link. Interesting site.
According to the geologists assigned to the Yosemite Caldera they say there is not much to worry about. According to rock evidence and other Geo patterns, I would say it is a powder keg. It could maybe not blow in our lifetime...
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.
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.
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.
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.