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NASA’s Crazy Plan to Save the World From the Supervolcano Under Yellowstone

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A Yellowstone supervolcano eruption is becoming more and more likely. Luckily for us, NASA has a plan to stop it.

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NASA Has a $3.5bn Plan to Save The Planet From The Yellowstone Supervolcano
http://www.sciencealert.com/nasa-has-a-3-5bn-plan-to-save-the-planet-from-the-yellowstone-supervolcano
“NASA has been working on a plan to counter this potentially far off but ultimately inevitable circumstance, which could be graver than even the nightmare scenario of a planet-devastating asteroid strike.”

The Future of Electric Vehicles May Lie Below Ancient Supervolcanoes
https://www.seeker.com/earth/energy/the-future-of-electric-vehicles-may-lie-below-ancient-supervolcanoes
“In a paper published in Nature Communications, the researchers explained how these massive volcanoes — 10,000 times more powerful than most active volcanoes today — created the perfect thermodynamic conditions to produce thick deposits of lithium-rich clays.”

Yellowstone Supervolcano Much Bigger Than Thought
https://www.seeker.com/yellowstone-supervolcano-much-bigger-than-thought-1769766669.html”A giant reservoir of magma and hot rock beneath the Yellowstone supervolcano has been found and imaged. The newly found reservoir lies 12-28 miles below the surface, and is four-and-a-half times larger than the shallower, hot melted rock zone that powers current Yellowstone geysers and caused the caldera's last eruption some 70,000 years ago.”

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