Have you ever wondered what will happen if the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts? Think about it. What would you do? Where would you go? Is your family prepared? What about your pets?
A new mini-documentary film posted to the Team Life Hack Youtube channel on Sunday titled Yellowstone Volcano Eruption – Where to Find Safety? reveals the brash reality of just how unprepared Americans really are for such an event. Keep in mind, if Yellowstone were to erupt the massive explosion would mark its fourth major eruption throughout earth’s history. Scientists believe the last eruption took place about 640,000 years ago which goes to show how the caldera is somewhat overdue for another.
As I have reported in the past, contracts between the U.S. government and other world governments to house a displaced citizenry already exist and total tens of billions of dollars. After all, why would the U.S. government solicit and pay other countries tens of billions of dollars per year for an entire decade to house displaced U.S. citizens specifically between the years 2014 and 2024 unless officials know for sure that some type of major disaster or possibly even an extinction level event was going to occur within that specific ten-year timeframe? Do you see? Thus within itself shows how officials likely know more then they are telling the general public at this time and so the question remains: Would the U.S. government warn the general public in advance? If so, how many months, weeks, days, hours, or minutes in advance would the citizenry receive such a warning? Would a warning even work or would a warning just cause more chaos?
If the eruption were to occur an unbelievable amount of ashfall would consume the land which would likely cause a nuclear winter-type scenario and make it extremely hard if not impossible for crops to grow and would ultimately cause loss of both human and animal life. The stock market would crash and money would become worthless. Hundreds of thousands of people would likely die as forecast by the Deagel Report.
“In less than ten minutes after the eruption the states of Montana, Idaho, as well as Wyoming” would be “literally wiped off the map,” the film’s narrator explains. “The inevitable explosion would be about ten times larger than the explosion of Mt. St. Hellens an explosion equivalent to fifteen-hundred Hiroshima nuclear detonations.”
A thousand-mile swath of the United States would be covered in ten feet of ash which would make 70% of the country uninhabitable and turn the air unbreathable. Planes would remain grounded and most internal combustion engines wouldn’t operate.
Although the video recommends that Americans head “east” if the supervolcano were to explode heading south into Mexico or possibly north into Canada may be a better option to increase your chances of survival as most of the ash will just blow downwind from ground zero. The question is: If and when the time comes will Mexico and Canada leave their doors open to Americans?
The following image illustrates how fallout from the caldera would blanket the U.S.
If a major eruption were to take place, anything living inside zones 1, 2, 3 will likely die quickly. Fallout in zone 4 will make it tough for humans and animals to survive. People and animals in zones 5 and 6 may have a fighting chance if they act quickly before their lungs turn to cement from taking in to much ash.