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NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity

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NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity


NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity

Experts believe that the Super volcano named Yellowstone is a time bomb and it’s waiting to explode. Space covered a majority of Yellowstone National Park which surround three U.S. states that include Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. NASA is ready to drill into Yellowstone super volcano and hoping save humanity with a new theorized drilling project.

NASA plans to drill into the earth’s mantle, and inject the crust with pressurized water (at very high level), which should begin cooling the underbelly of the super volcano yellowstone, and hopefully stock any activity which could lead to an eruption.  The plan is quite costly, up to $3 Billion USD.

NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity

The plan should pay for itself over the long run, as a great deal of heat will be take possession to the surface rather than wasting it, they plan to sell it back to US in the form of geothermal energy, according to NASA.

At the heart of the park, the Yellowstone Caldera is the largest supervolcano in the world.

NASA will not involve drilling into the magma chamber, as breaching it will cause an eruption due to instant depressurization. Alternatively, NASA plans to drill deep into the mantle beneath.

NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity
Yellowstone is one of National Park in the world with a hotbed of geothermal activity and a diverse ecosystem of wildlife.

NASA thinks that just cooling down the magma chamber by just 35% will be enough to reduce the threat of eruption also will save the humanity.

If the Yellowstone supervolcano were to erupt, the devastation would be never done or known before.

NASA Is Ready To Drill Into Yellowstone In Order To Save Humanity

Experts also believe that the threat of a supervolcano eruption at Yellowstone is far greater than that of a meteor or asteroid.

If the supervalcano Yellowstone Calder plan is approved, all scientists working on the project won’t be able to witness the fruits of their labor, for the time span of the drilling project would take upwards of a thousand years to complete.