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RE: hum

Not to mention the area around Yellowstone! E-Gads!

> Tennessee Valley has numerous quakes but they are so low that you
> can't detect without equipment.  Occasionally, we do have one that is
> strong enough to rattle the dishes.  Also, have a hot springs in the
> mountains between NC and TN.  Saw recently that some scientists think
> Yellow Stone is sitting on top of a volcano that could erupt...if it
> should, I wonder what impact it would have on the Ohio and TN valleys.
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN

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