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It's OK. Osborne's bubble's should be safe. ;)

Dr Perrillat said there are no known supervolcanoes that are in danger of erupting in the foreseeable future, and it would take at least a decade or so for the magma pressure within a caldera to build up to a point where an eruption is likely.

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It's OK. Osborne's bubble's should be safe. ;)

If it erupts it would probably make UK house prices more expensive.

Next step before allowing hpc, David Cameron probably would send in the USS Enterprise Help-To-Buy to trigger it off with a hot-fusion device.

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"Dr Perrillat said there are no known supervolcanoes that are in danger of erupting in the foreseeable future, and it would take at least a decade or so for the magma pressure within a caldera to build up to a point where an eruption is likely."

That is ok then.

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"Dr Perrillat said there are no known supervolcanoes that are in danger of erupting in the foreseeable future, and it would take at least a decade or so for the magma pressure within a caldera to build up to a point where an eruption is likely."

That is ok then.

Yeah, I read until that point and thought, ahhh ok. If the yellowstone super volcano was to pop during our lifetimes, house prices would be the least of our worries. Better get saving for that nuclear bunker and 10 years supply of non-perishable food!

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Is there a super volcano under London then?

Then again the risk from flooding....

If a super-volcano erupts nobody will give a damn how much houses cost. Expect 2-10 years of global winter (global average temperatures down 20 degrees c), a thousand cubic kilometers of ash and rock particles in the atmosphere, and 90%+ of life on earth extinct.

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