Enterprises TV will investigate a recent rise in ground temperature that has melted asphalt roads into soup.
Online PR News – 21-July-2014 – Enterprises TV recalls a few weeks ago the image of bison and other wild animals in Yellowstone National Park running frantically away from the park’s caldera along man-made roads. Beneath the ground at Yellowstone is a massive caldera from a super-volcano that last erupted 640, 000 years ago, but is considered by scientists to be overdue another eruption. The latest development is a dramatic rise in ground temperature in the area of Old Faithful and a lot of the bubbling mud pits and steam vents that have fascinated tourists for over a century. Coupled with the animals’ voluntary evacuation, could this latest turn of events signal something even bigger on the way? Scientists and Wyoming state officials are watching closely.
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