Sitting on a powder keg and giving off sparks!
Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming – We think of Yellowstone National Park as 3,500 square miles of family fun and adventure.
With all its amazing canyons, rivers, forests, and hot springs, it’s a favorite destination for many group outings.
Besides seeing Old Faithful, you will often encounter antelope, bears, bison, elk, moose, and wolves.
Unfortunately, this wilderness recreation area sits on top of a gigantic volcanic hot spot that’s about to explode.
New scientific imaging techniques show that underneath Yellowstone is a newly-formed, deeper magma reservoir of molten rock miles beneath the Yellowstone Supervolcano. This recent discovery is four (4) times larger than the shallower, previously-known magma chamber.
It is calculated that if the Yellowstone Supervolcano erupts, the power of the blast could send its animal residents flying to the moon…and beyond.
Respected magmalogist Dr. Umoto Hishomataka believes “When this Yellowstone Supervolcano decides to blow, it will make Hiroshima look like buttered popcorn.”
The Federal Government, with its infinite wisdom, is proactively trying to save all of these beautiful animals by setting up an Emergency Animal Adoption Program.
If you would like to adopt an antelope, a bear, a bison, an elk, a moose, or a wolf, please contact your Senator or Representative and indicate your preference(s).
If we all care a little bit, we can collectively care a lot.
Wear a yellow ribbon to show you care more than your neighbor.
If anyone asks what the yellow ribbon is for, ask them if they were born yesterday.