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Old 04-05-2014, 02:15 PM   #21
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I am with the others here! If I would have seen other animals running or flying away from the area I would buy that an eruption was close at hand. But with only the Buffalo in this group I think although they would no doubt react since animals seem to have much keener senses when it comes to major disasters. That an eruption of major magnitude may not be at hand for now. Although with Yellowstone I think it is not a matter of if it is a matter of when! But certainly enjoyed the thread showing the herd moving to another location.
And you could tell they were real American Buffalo! They were on the correct side of the road while traveling!

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Each time I have visited Yellowstone, it HAS BEEN erupting. Quite small and distributed, but I have seen it. I have smelled it. I have taken pictures of it.

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Yup, Bison Burgers for all, she's gonna blow and it will be something to behold (From my vantage point a couple thousand miles away). I would rather be west of it than east but glad were at least way north. Paradise is more often than not worthy of a vacation but not a place to live, too many possible Oh Crap moments living near places describes as unmeasurable and powerful natural beauty! Anyplace that spews boiling acid water 100' in the air regularly probably isnt a great place to raise kids! Volcano equals danger just like sink holes that swallow towns, giant rivers or toilet-bowl towns (New Orleans)!

Ya Gotta be picky when your picking a homeland, The only thing I have to worry about where I live is Big Snow, Big Government and big Taxes, none of which has been proven to kill nearly as quickly as building your home on a giant pile of mud, blowholes filled with liquid rock or beach front property that is one wave from becoming the deep blue sea!

Better yet, those who make the unfortunate choice to live beside a giant pile of fused and lit of Dynamite will be seeking the rest of the nations mercy and benevolence to try to save them from their own choices after the game of Russian roulette produces dead and dying citizens.

I do think we will start seeing a population shift based on these elephants in the room.
You have another potential problem and that's the cold. If Yellowstone goes then it could be winter for a couple of years and the further north you are the worse it will be.
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Be sure and tell everybody you know what a dangerous place rhis is. Only a fool would move to Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah or Colorado. This is a terrible place to raise kids!
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[wonders if the recreational pot will keep everyone from worrying]
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Buffalo are lead by the herd matriarch, when she decides to run everyone runs.
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Yellowstone is definitely going to blow but no one knows when or how big. The video shows bison running down a road but it does not show where they are running to. I have seen bison on the road in Yellowstone and it was no big deal. When it does blow the damage and destruction will a lot more extensive than most people think. It will affect the whole world. Animals do sense when something is about to happen. I lived in Eastern Washington at the time ST Helen blew. I had animals that were acting weird and would not come out of their shed until it blew. I heard the sound from over 200 miles away. I still have a picture of the ash cloud that went over my house. Comparing St Helen to Yellowstone is like comparing a hand grenade to a nuclear bomb. That alone is a good reason to have a good stock of food on hand.
I wouldn't mind seeing that picture...
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The buffalo are not going to run away from Yellowstone. Animals will migrate away from the volcano weeks before the eruption. The buffalo will die just the same. They will walk away from the volcano but they will migrate back to the ash expecting summer grazing.
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Let me ask my magic horse.....................🐎 neighhhhh neighhhhh tis not going to blow. Ppppppp
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Shew. I was worried for a little while.
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