I am a confessed earthquake and geology nerd which is why I find the ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park fascinating. You might be interested to know there have been at least 178 earthquakes within the park over the past week, but you really shouldn't worry.
Funny things happen when you try to constantly educate yourself. We know that there is a super-volcano in Yellowstone, but now I've learned there's also one in Utah and that's there's probably nothing to worry about. "Probably" is a very key word.
If you thought the Yellowstone super-volcano might be the next tragic event of 2020, it looks like you're gonna have to come up with a new theory. The USGS just shared that earthquakes in the region were way down in July from previous months.
In case you didn't know, I tend to follow the seismic activity at Yellowstone National Park pretty close. There have been rumors recently that the park has been experiencing harmonic earthquake tremors. Let's stick to the facts and understand why this is important.