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    Extinction-Level Super Volcano Growing In The Pacific, Unfortunately

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    Extinction-Level Super Volcano Growing In The Pacific, Unfortunately

    Post by Admin on Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:33 am



    Bad news, everyone - you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to.

    Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth.

    (In 100 million years.)

    Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean.

    He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions - both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species.

    One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us.

    The problem is that two enormous "thermochemical piles" of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth's mantle.

    The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static.

    But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they're in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face.

    "What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth," said Thorne.

    Luckily the process is slow - it shouldn't happen for another 100 million years or so.

    And anyway, there are other super volcanoes to worry about first.

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