Super Volcano In Yellowstone Turns Roads 'Into Soup'

Tuesday Jul 15 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WIBA-AM Madison

A road at Yellowstone National Park is melting from extreme heat due to magma underneath a supervolcano.

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The headline Super volcano in Yellowstone is misleading. All of Yellowstone is nestled in the caldera of the volcano, not the other way around. Easy to be confused, as the enormity of this pending eruption is beyond the imaginings of people who have not researched such things. When it does blow, it will make the Fukushima disaster look like a warm & stormy weekend in paradise.
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Road turned into soup?

Steadman!!! Fetch me the crackers!!!!!
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Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text> It is so real they had to stop calling it global warming because it stopped warming 17 years ago. Now if Yellowstone blows you are going to see real climate change.
Because you don't know anything about the subject that's why.

And for people like you knowledge hasn't advanced since "the earth was created 6000 or 8000 years ago."

Why don't you hire a hom skool teechur for some basic, remedial work, instead of being a purposeful nuisance with your non objection objections?
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justaguess wrote:
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Perhaps you will someday step up and actually answer a question
You don't ask questions. You're not capable of actually doing so. And the last thing you want is new, actual information about anything.

Who anywhere said that climate change is changing the temperature of the core of the earth, as you posted?

Be specific, because deranged christianists are not supposed to lie.

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Easy solution to the problem is to use thermosetting tar.

Can get as high T distillation fraction from petroleum grade crude, and tends to oxidise after setting to become a sold lump @ all temperatures. Roads done in petroleum grade crude tar tend to disintegrate into winter freeze thaw potholes (as seen in UK over last 5 years or so using North sea tar).

Other alternative is to do away with the tarmac entirely and cast concrete sheets with tar joints typical of motorways in UK & freeways in USA (which may steam slightly in Yellowstone).

Have a nice day: Ag
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St Rick Saintpornum wrote:
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Also, educated people generally don't lower themselves to inform or argue with fundie mouthbreathers about the earth being billions of years old or about birth certificates.
Is that why you're always the first one to jump in and argue?
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Is that why you're always the first one to jump in and argue?
I think fundie mouthbreathers and tee baggrz anti rationalists have been coddled for too long.

Politicians and scientists and journalists and proper college graduates should just come right out and say what morons climate science deniers are. The idea of debating such a collection of Creationists, Birthers and inbred mullahs is absurd.

I'm still waiting for the "explanation" from that other witless soul about where this idea that climate change is altering the temperature of the core of the earth came from.
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justaguess wrote:
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Well, professor...perhaps you can explain it to all the eyes here how the atmosphere has anything to do with the internal temperature of this planet..I'll wait here for that.
And where did you get the idea that any halfway sane person said anything like that?

You're so very confused about the most basic concepts of science. You actually do "believe" the earth is under 10000 years old, don't you?
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Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>because it stopped warming 17 years ago
Hey dolt, what exactly stopped warming 17 years ago, and where exactly on whatever thing you're talking (lying) about, and what is your source for your confused claim?

Be specific, tee baggrz.
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perfessor wrote:
<quoted text>probably the same way a greenhouse affects the temperature of the soil the plants are growing in.
God YOU ARE DUMB! and a sheeple,
Troll.

No one said anything like that about the core of the earth. That witless poster (who always seems female in his/her posts) just made that "claim" up out of think air.

As you know.
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back off larry wrote:
I clicked on the wrong post to reply to. Read his post 11. Troll
Your post didn't make any sense, regardless of whether you can figure out how to hit "Reply" or cannot.
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back off larry wrote:
are you a fekin tool
"Macon." Home to closet cases.

No, whatever is happening to the earth's core would not be connected to climate change.

But nice try at mocking climate science, Cletus.
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One little innocent Al Gore comment started all this?

Never would have guessed ;)~

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It's like shooting fish in a barrel..
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Instigator wrote:
One little innocent Al Gore comment started all this?
You avoided addressing the content.

It wasn't an innocent remark. It was steeped in the usual bagger ignorance.

Those mouthbreathers are actually trying to influence education policies. Terrifying.
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justaguess wrote:
It's like shooting fish in a barrel..
Don't act as though you had any clue that you made up and posted nonsense.

You thought you were voicing a genuine thought. And still do.

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Libtards...so self righteous...look at cha...still tryin' to jockey for position...

TOOL !

The joke is hilarious and ya still don't get it..
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justaguess wrote:
The joke is hilarious and ya still don't get it..
What is the joke, exactly, christardate?

There was no joke. There was you trying to debunk climate science in rube fashion.

"Core of the earth." You realize the core is the part on the inside?

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Naughtyrobot wrote:
Does it wear a cape? Supervolcano, to the rescue!
No, no, no!

Supervolcano is evil. The fiery, explosive hot temper is the clue.

This is where Aquaman's superpower come into play.

When Supervolcano spews its hot lava, Aquaman can summon a horde of fish to spit the ocean water to quench the flames.

As long as you are within 6 inches of the ocean water, you'll be saved!

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greymouser wrote:
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No, no, no!
Supervolcano is evil. The fiery, explosive hot temper is the clue.
This is where Aquaman's superpower come into play.
When Supervolcano spews its hot lava, Aquaman can summon a horde of fish to spit the ocean water to quench the flames.
As long as you are within 6 inches of the ocean water, you'll be saved!
Lol, Aquaman is by far, the worst, "super" hero ever!
More like sub-hero. Maybe Spock can drop down into the volcano and detonate a cold fusion device and save us? Sorry, mixing sci-fi again.

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