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    Default Animals Leaving Yellowstone? What Do They Know We Donít Know?



    March 23, 2014

    Just released the 1st video below in which warns us that nearly one quarter of the northern elk herd at Yellowstone National Park are missing according to the annual winter count. We learn that biologists arenít sure if there has been a stunning decline in the herd to account for these missing numbers or if there are other factors at play. Tom also shares with us that helium releases are now at 1000 times above normal while a complete media blackout also exists.

    While it has been said that animals often give us warnings far ahead of earth changing events, Yellowstone recently witnessed herds of bison running for their lives on the public roadways (as shown in the 2nd video below) that WERE NOT being chased or rounded up. Are these animals now detecting something potentially vast and deadly?

    The Yellowstone Supervolcano is the only thing there that would fit the bill. Tom warns that we should watch these animals and watch them very closely as they will always give us a heads up before an event. Are all of these events signs that the Yellowstone caldera is about to blow?


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    Is this usual to have bison on the road? They certainly looked spooked. I personally feel that animals are often able to sense earth changes and weather events and i am sure that some research has been done on it. Could the elk be gone as a result of changes and warming in the area?
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    This look fake. Shadows are very different to the soft shadows of the bushes.
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    Quote Posted by Rollo (here)
    This look fake. Shadows are very different to the soft shadows of the bushes.
    Perhaps Rollo, you could have another look...

    Just like at the end of Video 2, where the Driver had to stop in order to avoid the last 2 Bison's...

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    Quote Posted by Ellisa (here)
    Is this usual to have bison on the road? They certainly looked spooked. I personally feel that animals are often able to sense earth changes and weather events and i am sure that some research has been done on it. Could the elk be gone as a result of changes and warming in the area?
    That question, should be put to our American members who live nearby..?

    Is it Migration season, etc..?
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    intelligent, 100% of them stayed on their side of the road, like they understood the concept of "right of way".... very interesting... combined with the the 1000% increase in helium measure, who knows what else is happening that the devices aren't picking up... reminds me of that meme going round, where they say there is a blending of consciousness, animals have a consciousness, and they are have greater physical sensitivities (to compensate for lesser intellectual abilities) Why wouldn't they too be affected, and so we see many animals who seem to instinctively know when it is "safe" to reach out and interact with "humans" or in this case they seem to be following a "human" behaviour pattern... like "road is used to travel" and "in two directions" ... that is a very specific behaviour, not to be discounted...
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    Quote Posted by Ellisa (here)
    Is this usual to have bison on the road? They certainly looked spooked. I personally feel that animals are often able to sense earth changes and weather events and i am sure that some research has been done on it. Could the elk be gone as a result of changes and warming in the area?
    When I was in Yellowstone in 1992, the bison would walk right through the parking lots that were populated with cars and people. They would just "hang out" sometimes too and then the moron-ish people would walk right up to them and take their picture!
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    as for geophysical activity on this plant: the slowly but surely and ever-increasing awakening of the Yellowstone Caldera (if read sources are correct, starting in the 1920's) is the most ignored, under-reported and down-played 'happening' on earth-

    ever since I first became aware of Yellowstone's slow awaking from its ca. 360k yr. slumber (like about 20 yrs. ago) I thought "holy s**t"!-

    even major/epic-proportioned splits in the San Andreas/New Madrid fault lines would be like firecrackers in comparison to Yellowstone blowing its top- let's hope it doesn't happen in our lifetimes, but if(IF) there's truth to the report that animals are slowly getting out of Dodge we might want to take some precautions-

    but I think it's folly for any of us to believe that it's absolutely impossible for a major global cataclysm to occur during our lifetime (probably also what ancients like the Minoans thought before Santorini blew and subsequently wiped them out)- I know no-one wants to hear/believe this but we must remain realistic- anything is possible at any time with mother nature so why should any of us think our present earthly existences are much more precious, in need-of-saving than than peoples of the past?-

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    Good point, jack, about the car slowing to avoid the two at the end. However, that wasn't the end of them. If you follow the line of them off road, you will see that they have come out of the "bush", on the left side of the road, and if you follow that line of where they came from, right to the end of the video, you will see a straggler just crest the ridge up to the left, following that line. Very interesting indeed. And it was running also. I would like to have seen more video to see just how many more came out over that ridge??

    However, from tales of the past, this seems also, to be a character trait peculiar to the Buffalo, that they would run for many many miles when spooked, and sometimes even for no apparent reason. So, they could very well just be exhibiting ancient behavior, we know little about.
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    When I worked for one of the ranches that was only 5 miles away from Yellowstone there was even some activity then. Nothing happened while I was there, but there was disaster preparedness on tv and in the papers. I have to admit that I'm glad I'm not in that area anymore...

    Sorry, no bison activity back then. Ted Turner has a buffalo reserve on his ranch which was farther up the road. But I never heard of any of them escaping....

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    Bison walk anywhere they want to and not very fast.

    While we were there we had a giggle because, as if it was the leader of a parade, a big old male was walking in the middle of the on-coming lane with a park ranger in a truck following at a constant maybe 3 miles an hour. Traffic behind the ranger could not pass and the buffalo was not going to move to the side. They think nothing of walking on or down the roads, or sitting on the roads or taking an hour to move the whole hurd across the road. Let me tell you it's a bit un-nerving to have one of those fellows come up to the car window and give you the evil eye. This is all part of the Yellowstone experience.

    The Elk population is less than it was a few years ago because it had gotten overpopulated until the wolf, a natural predator, was re-introduced. Since then the remaining elk heard is healthier because there is more food. The meadow is growing back to normal after having been eaten to the dirt.

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    Here is a link re: Helium at Yellowstone: http://beforeitsnews.com/environment...w-2494340.html
    Quote Not only was there a sudden rise in the elevation of the ground, and development of new cracks, but a gas called Helium-4, a very rare type of Helium, has begun coming out of the surface. It is the presence of this gas that has scientists quite concerned.


    Helium-4 seems to be the predictor of activity, as proved with other volcanoes

    If the Yellowstone Super Volcano were to erupt, it would be 2,000 times bigger than the eruption of Mount St. Helens in the 1980′s. Everything within 500 miles would be dead or destroyed within minutes, 2/3rds of the entire United States would be covered in volcanic ash and the climate of the entire planet would cool within a month.

    Scientists believe that the helium is slipping out of rocks that were formed during the Archaean eon, about 2.5 billion years ago, but NOW they are coming out again, NOT A GOOD SIGN.

    Yellowstone releases gases ranging from carbon dioxide to methane. Not only was there a sudden rise in the elevation of the ground, and development of new cracks, but a gas called Helium-4, a very rare type of Helium, has begun coming out of the surface.

    Bill Evans, a researcher with the USGS in Menlo Park, California, explained how the helium is released, ďVolcanoes most always form on the edges of tectonic plates that make up the Earthís crust.

    But Yellowstone sits directly over the middle of a plate Ė Itís a part of the crust that formed a very long time ago, billions of years ago, and itís basically been stable since that time.

    Theyíve had this boring, peaceful existence and now suddenly theyíre put on the front burner.Ē
    and at another site: http://www.researchgate.net/publicat...rthquake_India

    Quote Helium/radon precursory signals of Chamoli Earthquake, India

    H.S Virk, V Walia
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    Radiation Measurements 01/2001; 34:379-384. DOI:10.1016/S1350-4487(01)00190-1
    ABSTRACT The Bhagirthi and Alaknanda valleys of Garhwal Himalaya, were rocked, respectively, by two major earthquakes: the Uttarkashi earthquake of magnitude mb=6.5, Ms=7.0 on October 20, 1991 and the Chamoli earthquake of mb=6.8, Ms=6.5 on March 29, 1999, during this decade. Both these seismic events are associated with ongoing deformation along the main central thrust of the Himalayas. Helium and radon anomalies on March 24 and March 27, 1999, respectively, were recorded at Palampur which is about from the Chamoli earthquake epicentre.

    A He/Rn ratio anomaly was recorded on March 20, 9 days before the Chamoli earthquake. The precursory nature of radon and helium anomalies is a strong indicator of the physical basis of earthquake prediction and a preliminary test for the proposed conceptual He/Rn ratio model.
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    I am following the changes at Yellowstone. It is an important unknown and from what i have read, there will be increasing numbers of earthquakes as a sign of pending eruption..

    There is a recent mention of bison: how many are allowed outside the park into Montana.
    Helicopters are periodically used to scare bison back into the park.

    Quote He added that the costs could turn out to be substantially lower than under current policies, in which a helicopter is periodically used to haze bison back into the park after they leave in the winter.

    Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/03/...#storylink=cpy
    I have read some encouraging news that I think we can also consider?

    Yellowstone could be petering out in explosive capability? There have been other older hotspots that did erupt then never again. The hot spots are fixed while the North America plate moves more or less to the west south west above it. The hotspots have changed position along the North American plate in terms of millions of years (mya).
    This shows the path of the hot spot with respect to the North America plate. So, possibly an eruption might be "small" comparatively?

    The Yellowstone supervolcano / caldera last erupted about 70,000 years ago with much less force than previously.


    Quote No one really knows the answer, and Lowenstern cautions that it may be if rather than when.

    The Yellowstone volcano's first major eruption occurred 2.06 million years ago. A second eruption followed 1.3 million years ago and a third 640,000 years ago.

    The series has led many to wonder whether it explodes about every 700,000 years, leaving the caldera primed for another blast.

    Lowenstern, along with nearly all other scientists actively studying the volcano, says no. Three instances occurring at two intervals do not, statistically, mean anything.

    The last eruption of any size was 70,000 years ago and was not nearly the magnitude of the three large eruptions, Lowenstern said.

    Dozens of scientists around the United States will continue to monitor the volcano's behavior. They track the number and strength of earthquakes and record when the ground lifts even as little as a centimeter.

    In mid-February, the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory said the ground near Norris Junction rose 3.5 centimeters during five months, an amount significant enough to report but not signaling potential catastrophe, Lowenstern said.

    The observatory had to write a clarification soon after explaining that the movement was simply another change in a continually active system.

    "When we work in a place that hasn't erupted in 70,000 years, you need to watch and wait and pay attention to what the Earth is saying," Lowenstern said.

    While the Earth may still sputter and gurgle and spew, it might not ever erupt the way it has so many years ago.

    "Yellowstone is the most recent system along the hot spot. There are older volcanic systems that march their way up the plains, and as they got older and older, all of those systems eventually cooled," Lowenstern said. "The ground subsided, and Hawaiian-type lava covered them up. Yellowstone will likely be a good place to grow potatoes one day." http://www.sfgate.com/news/science/a...374.php#page-2

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    Quote Posted by Maia Gabrial (here)
    .... I have to admit that I'm glad I'm not in that area anymore...

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    Maia, anyone within 600 to 1,000 miles is in that area. Find some of the computer simulations that illustrate what a huge event would entail. They make the south end of the alimentary canal tighten up!
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    Something is also up in neighbouring Jellystone




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    Live viedeo link of Old Faithfull on link below...


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    http://www.livescience.com/20714-yel...-eruption.html
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    IMO if it happens there is really nothing we can do about it. Those close to the eruption will die quickly, those in the path of the ash fall will die later and the rest around the world will experience a volcanic winter for who knows how long, years maybe? So many of them may die from starvation.

    The last super volcano that went off in Toba, some 70,000 years, may have been so bad that it drastically reduced the human population creating the genetic bottleneck seen by researchers.

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    The Toba supereruption was a supervolcanic eruption that occurred some time between 69,000 and 77,000 years ago at the site of present-day Lake Toba (Sumatra, Indonesia). It is recognized as one of the Earth's largest known eruptions. The Toba catastrophe hypothesis holds that this event caused a global volcanic winter of 6Ė10 years and possibly a 1,000-year-long cooling episode.

    The Toba event is the most closely studied super-eruption.[2][3][4] In 1993, science journalist Ann Gibbons suggested a link between the eruption and a bottleneck in human evolution, and Michael R. Rampino of New York University and Stephen Self of the University of Hawaii at Manoa gave support to the idea. In 1998, the bottleneck theory was further developed by Stanley H. Ambrose of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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    Somerset rofl thank you for Jellystone ! Made my day.

    Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFfrI1jRaV4

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    shadows on the yellow poles are missing.
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    Funny bison vid, their feet don't seem to touch ground, someone has been busy creating this video, long winter in the States eh, nice job though.
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    Default Re: Animals Leaving Yellowstone? What Do They Know We Donít Know?

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    "shadows on the yellow poles are missing"- not to mention shadows from the brush/bushes along side the road

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