Volcanoes In Vermont? (GEO COMMONS)

Although a major volcanic eruption isn’t likely to occur in Vermont anytime soon, researchers recently found a mass of warm rock rising below Vermont. The formation is estimated to be a couple hundred miles in width, spanning across different states in New England. The new discovery is striking, researchers say, because the Atlantic Margin of North America has not experienced intense geological activity in nearly 200 million years. (Read more at UVM’s Center For Research On Vermont.)



2VR is a citizen movement committed to restoring Vermont to an independent republic, free to pursue life, liberty and happiness unimpeded by the demands of an imperial, corrupt and disintegrating United States.