Jun 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
A rough estimate based on geologic records indicates there's a 1-in-10,000 chance of a "supereruption" at Yellowstone during our lifetimes.
La Courtine, France
The answer to the title of the article can be another question: "What if the Yellowstone supervolcano does not erupt?" There is currently absolutely no sign of an impending eruption. Anyway, we - volcanologists - are not yet able to predict a volcanic eruption. My only piece of advice to the readers of the article would be to go and visit Yellowstone National Park without worrying about a possible eruption!!
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