Defending Human Civilization From Supervolcanic Eruptions, Leaked White Paper, Jpl, Uc, Yellowstone

Defending Human Civilization From Supervolcanic Eruptions, Leaked White Paper, Jpl, Uc, Yellowstone

March 11, 2019 0 By Leak Project

Defending human civilization from super volcanic eruptions read all about it this is from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology you can see the names right here in front of you and I want to thank everybody for being here this podcast we’re gonna talk about Yellowstone and how JPL is presenting a plan with the California Institute of.

Technology to divert doom and give people thousands of years of energy now if you look here you’ll see this is a magma graph showing you comparisons of Yellowstone during different.

Time lines the Long Valley California see a couple places in Indonesia Alaska Mount Saint Helens in Washington and there was ash that made it to the other side of the world and you can see how small that is in comparison I would like to let you know real quick.

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Let’s go back to the podcast this shows you this is directly from a GU and this was presented in 2014 data to show possibilities of a explosion with a month-long eruption of three hundred and thirty square kilometers using 2001 wind fields you can see that right there so what’s interesting is when you read the data let me share this with.

You real quick this is from NASA’s ambitious plan to save Earth from a supervolcano.

Necessarily NASA’s plan but that’s how BBC had titled that that’s the title from BBC News its.

JPL and University of California so following an article that BBC published in reference to the threat of a Yellowstone supervolcano eruption late 2017 a group of NASA researchers gotten touched to share report previously unseen outside the space agency about the threat of super volcanoes and also what could be done to prevent a catastrophe this is.

A quote I was a member of the NASA Advisory Council on planetary defense which studied ways for NASA to defend the planet from asteroids and comets explains Brian Wilcox.

Of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology I came to the conclusion during that study that the supervolcano threat is a substantially greater is substantially greater than the asteroid or comet threat interesting now I wonder if these mass extinctions in the past are linked to the volcanoes and its volcanoes erupting or linked to Sun cycles so NASA scientists came to consider the problem and they found.

The most logical solution could simply be to cool down a supervolcano now obviously one the size of Yellowstone a gigantic heat generator is equivalent to approximately six industrial power plants and according to the article Yellowstone currently leaks about 60 to 70.

Percent of the heat that comes up from below into the atmosphere via water which seeps into the magma chamber through cracks and then the remainder of it builds up inside of the.

Magma which enables it to dissolve more and more volatile gases and surrounding rocks once the heat reaches a specific threshold then the explosion takes place I came to the conclusion that the supervolcano threat is substantially greater than the asteroid or comet threat Brian Wilcox JPL but if more.

Of the heat could be extracted than the supervolcano would never erupt in theory NASA estimates that if a 35% increase in heat transfer could be achieved from its magma.

Chamber Yellowstone would not pose a threat now the question is how what kind of resources they’re estimating it could cost almost three and a half billion dollars almost three and a.

Half billion dollars and also the amount of materials and water required now let me share.

With you an article from future as futurism nananananana com nASA has a three point four six billion dollar plan to ensure the Yellowstone supervolcano doesn’t erupt this is based off that same white paper but you definitely need to read if you want to if you have the time so nASA has a three and a half billion dollar plan to ensure the.

Yellowstone supervolcano doesn’t erupt and bonus it could provide energy for tens of thousands.

Of years I’m gonna leave the links to all of these articles in the video description box as well as.

The link to the white paper from JPL California Institute and the Institute of California so let’s go to this real quick from futurism aside from the dangers in harens in any plan to drill into a volcano the NASA.

Proposal is largely theoretical no one knows for sure that it would work and the cost of finding out would be an estimated three point four six billion Wilcox doesn’t think this cost is insurmountable however Yellowstone currently leaks about six gigawatts in heat Brian Wilcox research at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory explained to.

The BBC through drilling in this way it could be used to create a geothermal plant generating electric power at.

Extremely competitive prices at around 10 cents per kilowatt then Express Co UK came out with an article in reference to the white paper Yellowstone eruption would be disaster for humanity and plunge world. Cox also said you would have to give the geothermal companies incentives to drill somewhat deeper and use hotter water than they usually would but you would pay back your initial investment and get electricity which can power the surrounding area for a period of potentially tens of thousands of years and the long-term benefit is that you prevent a future supervolcano eruption which would devastate humanity now they say if an eruption takes place that would leave.

The United States with 74 days of food reserves now also the Yellowstone ears spring geyser burst back to life on September 15th a month ago that was the fourth eruption in 60 years then.

The steamboat geyser continues to erupt and it has seen a lot of activity it was quite dormant for years so this air spring guys are spewed massive streams of boiling hot water and what it did is it spewed out human litter the Geological Survey said in a statement air spring normally is a docile hot.

Pool and it reached 20 to 30 feet high on the 15th of September which is a Saturday of this year 2018 the eruption ejected not only rocks.

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