Published on Feb 20, 2014

Releasing 1000 More Times Of Helium Steam Than Anticipated

February 19, 2014 — (TRN) — Some worrying developments are taking place at the Super Volcano located beneath Yellowstone National Park; the kind of developments that were seen shortly before other volcanoes erupted. Not only was there a sudden rise in the elevation of the ground, and development of new cracks, but a gas called Helium-4, a very rare type of Helium, has begun coming out of the surface. It is the presence of this gas that has scientists quite concerned. If the Yellowstone Super Volcano were to erupt, it would be 2,000 times bigger than the eruption of Mount St. Helens in the 1980′s.

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NOTES: Most times I use a narrator to read the article if it is rather long as I have problems with my vision and I get really bad headaches from reading so much.

via ▶ More Unusual “Activity” at Yellowstone Super Volcano! Quakes & Solar Flares – YouTube.