Monday, December 10, 2007

2012 : She's Gonna Blow

Repost of previous Yellowstone article.

Note that it is precisely this development - movement of an unwieldy blob of rock into the root of the caldera - that causes the catastrophic detonation of the super volcano. We're seeing geological history in the making. This is one of the most important processes driving evolution on this planet ... not asteroids or comets from outer space, but volcanic eruptions that trigger mega-extinctions down here.

Overdue by at least 40,000 years. The Solar Max that hits this planet in 2012 (see post below) should fire this cannon. A much smaller magnitude flare caused the plate movement and subsequent Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Will La Palma collapse in 2012? It's a very real possibility. We could get ten Yellowstones worldwide blowing, some of them near Australia in the Ring of Fire. Get those air filters ready for your intakes.

The whole human race has it ass-backwards and is looking in the wrong direction

I thank god every day I drank that sodium lye at 18 months old. What a blessing. Like the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, it was the most incredible thing that could ever happen to a human being. I wake up every morning and wonder if I'd be as dense as the rest of mankind if my aunt had not left that Drano in the Coca-Cola bottle. What good would my IQ be if it weren't paired with my super-Asperger's perception? Useless, likely. I'd probably be googling Paris Hilton right now in lieu of an actual brain. The lye did something to me. I wouldn't have it any other way.


Anonymous said...

2012 has been mentioned so many times on various "doomer boards" that I can only conclude that 2012 will be the most uneventful year in human history.

Something that hyped can only turn out to be a complete non-event.


Texas Arcane said...

I wouldn't be so sure this time. Even a broken clock is right once a day.

Anonymous said...

Actually, that clock is right twice a day, TA

Anonymous said...

True one of the nutters will eventually get it right. But as you said, consensus proves nothing. And there's a lot of consensus on 2012 being The Year.