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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
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"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
"mediterranean europe" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mediterranean europe" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council
"mediterranean europe" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mediterranean europe" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So we talk about these kind of extinction events. It's usually because the species is already under pressure in the Andrew falls were struggling against the the home of sapiens. It's presumed, you know, there's some evidence that they conflicted and also interbred have, but this particular eruption was large enough. They had evidence of, so this is the northern part of Italy. They have evidence of ask that went all the way across the Mediterranean Europe, all the way to Russia veggie, huge amounts of vegetation. Wiped out temperatures dropped by several degrees for at least a year if not two. And yeah, it seems like that probably took the NFL's out. All of humanity was very nearly wiped out by a super volcano on seventy five thousand years ago, which was one of the largest super volcano eruptions. We've ever determined called the toba a Russian which the actual call Dera is in Sumatra, which part of Indonesia, right. And the guests is that. Three hundred. Three thousand cubic kilometers of material was thrown up. That was what? Seventy five thousand years ago, seventy five thousand years ago. And that's why they the the estimate from paleontologists that the human population may have dropped onto maybe ten thousand people total. That is incredible that these it was a close call is what it was. So you think we're more likely to be wiped out as a species by an asteroid or volcano. Well, in his issue should bring that up because one of the reasons to rate this particular show is that there is a NASA group called the advisory council on planetary defense, and you typically think of them as focused on asteroids and comet impacts at sounds like a superhero coalition. Doesn't it? It does. Actually, it is only scientists not Robert Downey, junior. But they apparently have put together a paper with his show that the Yellowstone call Dera Representative substantial threat to humanity. Wow. So curiously of the seven active super volcano Caldera. Three of them are in the US jeez, the Vallis Calderas in New Mexico. There's the long relic out there in California. And the big Walker of course is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone lava creek is that the one of the Huckleberry ridge I'm looking at Chartres we'll Huckleberry ridge was was one of the eruption. So the Ellison seems to be going off roughly every six hundred thousand years give or take one hundred thousand year. Okay. So there's been three, super Russians the past two point, one million years. So if you do the math, you'll figure out that we're about six hundred thousand years since the last one. The called era, obviously, massive. If you talk about the Huckleberry ridge Tufiq eruption. This is the first one that was found by geologists where they sorta figured out. This isn't eruption actually from Yellowstone in it covered, lay down a circle of Ashe from Manitoba, in Canada, down into Mexico and from California to Illinois. She's so two thirds of continental US covered in ask. But it was a couple of million years ago, right? This was a couple million years ago, right? So if you talk about the Moore on detectors, we've used size monitors so forth. They have mapped the Yellowstone called Erin great detail. What if things they've realizes that Yellowstone moves up and down on a routine basis, different parts of the Caldera area raise and lower by more than a foot. Yeah. In a year while it's not that unusual that that magma chamber is quite active. Although curiously because they have maddening retail, there are two magma chambers. They call them the upper and the lower. So isn't the complex structure. And the best man. The best analysis they have so far is that in order to have an eruption, you have to have a certain amount of liquid magma in the chamber. Remember that is the magma moves from the inner parts of the planet out to the outer parts of the planet. It tends to harden and it needs surges of heat to soften. And so the current understanding is that magma chambers needs to be mostly liquid magma more than fifty percent. And depending on whose Matthew looking at right now, that chamber is between ten and twenty percent. Although in two thousand three, it may have bumped up quite a bit higher. That was a time when the steamboat geyser, which is a guys erupts every dozen years or so arrived at three times in a month. Wow..

Huckleberry ridge Tufiq erupti Yellowstone US Yellowstone lava creek Huckleberry ridge California Mediterranean Europe Andrew falls Italy Dera Representative steamboat geyser NASA Russia Indonesia Sumatra NFL Vallis Calderas Robert Downey New Mexico advisory council