NASA Warned Of a Deadly Threat To Humanity || This is Not An Asteroid

NASA Warned Of a Deadly Threat To Humanity

National Aeronautics Specialists and Space Administration (NASA) warned of a new threat to humanity, which is considered more dangerous than the fall of the asteroid or the beginning of the Third World War. It turned out to be a possible eruption of a super volcano.

According to the research of American scientists, the eruption will not only lead to the defeat of all living things within a radius of up to 150 kilometers but will also turn into a kind of “nuclear winter”.

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The Earth will be shrouded in dust and gas, which will become a hindrance to the sun’s rays. And most importantly – a similar situation will be observed for at least several years. All this will lead to a serious drop in temperature on the planet, the loss of crops and massive famine.

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At present, there are about 20 so-called super volcanoes in the world. One of the most dangerous is the Yellowstone volcanic caldera, located in a national park in the northwest of the USA in the state of Wyoming. They say about the forthcoming super-eruption for several years already. Only in the last two months seismologists recorded about 1,500 earthquakes in this region. All this indicates that the volcano is gradually awakening from sleep.

The last eruption occurred about 640 thousand years ago. Then his “cap” failed, forming a caldera – a huge round hollow with a circumference of about 150 kilometers.

NASA has already developed a plan to prevent the eruption. Specialists intend to “cool” the volcano, driving the water through a hole in it, and then using the resulting steam to produce electricity. However, according to some of their colleagues, such procedures can only delay an imminent catastrophe.

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