Earth's Most Destructive SuperVolcanoes 4K

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This video was converted to 4K from HD using an AI-based computer program. This documentary explores volcanic eruptions so vast, so Earth-shattering, they have changed the history of our planet. Climate collapse. Toxic turmoil. Mass extinction. Worse than a killer asteroid, or nuclear war, they are Earth's most destructive Supervolcanoes.

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I'm warning you 2020, dont get any ideas!

Author — Armon Mitchell

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Dude could read my shopping list and make it sound like the best thing you will hear for the day.

Author — Davidski

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Humans :We have nukes....EARTH: Hold my beer....

Author — General Kruger

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One of the best documentaries I’ve seen and so few ads, 👏

Author — VCU PIANIST

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They just took 'the floor is lava' into a whole new level

Author — Cat Gaming

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Scientists are watching. And what are they going to do once Yellowstone wants to erupt? Tell it no?

Author — Powerpatriot

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It's all fun and games until the supervolcano at Yellowstone starts erupting.

Author — Maria Kelly

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Krakatoa: I was the loud one
Tambora: I was the smoking one
Yellowstone: I was the ashy one
Toba: I was the large one







Tamu Massif: amateurs

Author — Steel Comrade

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This is the one thing that has always worried me more than anything in nature.. Yellowstone.

Author — doobsnack

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a new space rip video... where you guys been?!!

Author — mra2zee

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I'm glad they brought {THE VOICE} back, the others were GRATING, and almost making me want to stop watching space rip!

Author — Aaron Greenfield

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Thanks for posting. I love the information and the narrator's voice. I wasn't aware that an igneous province existed in Michigan until a few years ago. It isn't mentioned that often in videos or books so I'm impressed that the video includes this.


The Midcontinent Rift System is actually pretty large, reaching from possibly Kansas, northeast to Michigan's Upper Peninsula where it turns southeast, then proceeds through the Lower Peninsula and continues in sections as far south as Alabama. Fun Fact: Lake Superior lies within part of the old Rift. This Rift System is the deepest healed rift ever found. Had it gone much deeper, an ocean would likely have formed. And for our Canadian friends: an arm of this old rift (a so-called "failed arm") runs north into Canada as the Nipigon Embayment and contains Lake Nipigon (like most large Rift systems, the Midcontinent System developed with a triple junction and one of the arms failed).

Author — Ioan Lightoller

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4:17 It's not they're not aware of the volcano, it's that they don't care.

Author — Maria Kelly

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amazing channel. keep up these great educational uploads!

Author — gameboy3800

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Impressionante! Sooo Powerful, sooo distructive... but șoooo Beautiful!The big Power of element FEUER!I prefere that this SuperVolcano never erupte.It's too dangereus! Thank You for impressionant video😀😘

Author — Veve Veverita

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I wish they had provided info on some of the other explosive (non traps) 'monsters' like La Garita, Wah Wah Springs, Jabal Kura etc

Author — OoogaBoog

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It’s a good day when spacerip uploads!

Author — Resonance

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Great documentary. Volcanoes are so awesome...

Author — Dreckbob Bratpfanne

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As mentioned elsewhere, this must be why Isaac Arthur states it'd be safer to live in a hollowed-out world with an artificial black hole in its center for gravity and energy!

Author — Dᴇɢᴇɴᴇʀᴀᴛᴇ-ᴋᴜɴ ᴛʜᴇ Dʀᴜɴᴋ 'ɴ' Hɪɢʜ

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Well, you've heard and occasionally got annoyed by a "laugh" track, get ready for the "boom" track, same one for EVERY volcano, asteroid impact, firecracker...

Author — ArkavianX