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Smith describes why the Yellowstone hot spot is here. He describes how the hot spot used to be in Idaho and is now in the northwest corner of Wyoming. He says no one knows why there are plumes all over the earth. This relates to the origin of the planet. He says NASA keeps up with his work. Smith describes how and why Basalt and Ryolites come up in Yellowstone. He says Yellowstone is a youthful system. He says there have been 150 eruptions from the plume that feuls Yellowstone's super volcano. HE SAYS YELLOWSTONES VOLCANO IS MUCH LARGER...BECAUSE THE RYOLITES BUILD UP MORE EXPLOSIVE PRESSURE...CREATING A SUPERVOLCANO. Mt. St. Helens was a tiny eruption compared to Yellowstone's Supervolcano. SAYS YELLOWSTONES ERUPTION WAS ENOUGH TO FILL THE GRAND CANYON TWO OR THREE TIMES. .00014% PROBABILITY OF ERUPTION A YEAR.

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