Planet X is a conspiracy theory which most people won’t even begin to entertain, mostly because it makes no sense.
Or that’s at least what we thought – but scientists at NASA have finally announced there may indeed be a planet on the edge of our solar system.
Planet X – or Nibiru – is thought to be a massive planet in the furthest corners of our solar system, which is heading right for us.
If the conspiracy theorists are to be believed, the planet is going to either crash straight into us and obliterate us all, or it’s going to graze past us.
Apparently, this won’t mean we escape death and destruction, however. On the contrary, the collision of our planet with Nibiru is going to result in Earth being thrown off its axis.
This would undoubtedly have disastrous consequences, in the unlikely event it even happens.
But one thing which is surprisingly likely is the existence of a mysterious planet in the furthest reaches of our solar system.
Its effect on our solar system is quite large – it has tilted the whole solar system and is responsible for affecting the orbits of some of the other planets.
Yellowstone National Park may be showing some scary signs of “supervolcanic” activity, but new research has found we don’t have to worry just yet. It turns out Yellowstone, along with other supervolcanoes, have very clear signs when an eruption is pending, and Yellowstone is thankfully still in the safe zone.
Although we can do nothing about volcanic eruptions actually occurring, predicting when they are going to occur is a vital part of damage control. When they’re close to erupting, they give off signs.
These include hundreds of small earthquakes; rising temperatures around the volcano; and the release of gases. The closer the volcano is to erupting, the more sulphur can be detected in these gases.
But the new study, led by the University of Illinois in the US, has found that there are mechanical tectonic stresses in the lead-up to the catastrophic eruption of a supervolcano – which are technically called caldera forming volcanoes – and that these should be detectable long before such an event takes place.
“Our numerical models show for the first time that the rock surrounding a large magma reservoir is only stable on timescales of centuries to thousands of years when new magma is actively being injected into the magma reservoir,” the team wrote in the summary of their paper.
“This finding provides important constraints on the amount of time necessary to recharge and erupt a large, supervolcano size reservoir from the first indication of magmatic activity.”
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