Supervolcano The world's biggest bang A global disaster never witnessed by modern man may one day mushroom above the pine forests and hot springs of Yellowstone National Park in the United States. While ordinary volcanoes can kill thousands of people and destroy entire cities, it's thought a supervolcano could claim up to a billion lives and devastate continents. Heavy supervolcano yellowstone overdue. Ash from the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines settles on the tail section of a Supervolcano yellowstone overdue Airways DC-10, causing it to tilt onto its rear wheels. It's very likely a super-eruption would shutdown airports worldwide. Considering their destructive potential, it's a good thing super-eruptions are so rare — the last one happened in Toba, Supervolcano yellowstone overdue, about 74,000 years ago.
Colorful hot spring in Yellowstone, Wyoming that sits upon a large caldera. Getty It's a favorite worry of the apocalyptically-minded. The huge supervolcano centered below Yellowstone National Park hasn't erupted in hundreds of thousands of years, so obviously it could blow at any minute, right? In two words, no way.
Должно быть, ты ужасно переживала. - Да, - согласилась Николь.