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Plans to Stop Yellowstone's Supervolcano

by Jerry Tyson

Yellowstone National Park has been the center of hundreds of earthquakes during the summer of 2017, raising fears that this supervolcano will soon erupt with vengeance.

According to WorldNetDaily, September 17, 2017, NASA scientists have come up with a plan to control the supervolano.

“The scientists’ plan: cool down the volcano.

“Volcanoes erupt when a certain heat threshold is built up within the magma, meaning that if enough heat can be let out of the volcano, it will never erupt. NASA’s idea is to pump water into the volcano after opening up a path via drilling. In theory, the plan would extract heat from the volcano and could even provide a new geothermal power plant.

“There's only one problem: the process might trigger an eruption

“Brian Wilcox of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology told the BBC an attempt to drill from the top of the magma chamber could accidentally cause the very thing the drilling was designed to prevent. …

But some suggest such schemes are doomed regardless of how they’re executed. Jerusalem Rabbi Remi Levy said science has limits and told Breaking Israel News natural disasters and earthquakes will be an inevitable feature of the end times.

“He said the natural disasters are ‘explicitly described in the Bible,’ and the response should be ‘repentance.’

“Joel Richardson, New York Times best-selling author, … urged caution, insisting such disasters could have supernatural significance.”

He said, “The Lord often uses catastrophes to either speak to mankind or to humble mankind. His ultimate purpose is to save as many as possible from a lake of fire. Whether we are speaking of a potential supervolcano, a flood, an eclipse, the global refugee crisis, or any other catastrophe, believers are called to look not merely at the destruction and loss, but it what God is doing redemptively through such catastrophes.”

Richardson believes repentance is appropriate and may forestall catastrophe. “God gives grace to those who humble themselves before his mighty hand,” he said. “There is no question that the Lord is giving the United States ample opportunity to fall on our collective faces and ask for His forgiveness and seek His restoration.”

Author Jonathan Cahn spoke heavily of repentance” said Jan Markell of Olive Tree Ministries. “He warned that if America does not repent, America would be judged so severely we might never recover.”

Markell continued, “It requires a spiritual awakening and national repentance. If God were to see America truly sorry for the sins we have committed and intensified in the last 30 to 50 years, He might change His mind and slow down some of the destruction. …Good old-fashioned repentance can’t hurt and it could possibly slow some of the deterioration of the country we’ve seen in recent years.”

Second Chronicles 7:14 is still our answer in light of God’s judgment

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