5/23/2016 — Supervolcano discovered at the North Pole — Mount Dutch undersea super volcano caldera

An earthquake swarm broke out near the North pole over the past few days (May 21-23, 2016).

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Upon inspection of the area, I found an UNNAMED supervolcano at the Northernmost portion of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, at the tip of the North Pole.
Coordinates of the caldera here:

81 32 38.90 N , 119 48 1.02 E

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mount dutch north pole supervolcano may 23 2016


I hearby declare that the unnamed / undiscovered super-volcano at the North Pole, the location of the earthquake swarm currently happening… is now to be called Mount Dutch.

The supervolcano resides at the far North Tip of the North Mid-Atlantic ridge, and is not just a “volcanic field” like the professionals have reported.

A supervolcano caldera measuring 110km / 68 miles long, and 48km / 30 miles wide is at the location in question.

mount dutch supervolcano 68 miles long

In perspective, this supervolcano is larger than Toba Supervolcano in Indonesia, and greater than the overall size  of Yellowstone in Wyoming.

Toba Supervolcano is approximately 60 miles long and 25 miles wide.

toba supervolcano

Yellowstone Supervolcano is approximately 60 miles across (100km).

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As the discoverer of this undersea supervolcano at the North Pole, I think it would be very prudent at this point to begin a study of the location in detail.

Hopefully we can find out much more about this location now that we’ve determined a super-volcano caldera is present.

The “Mount Dutch” North Pole supervolcano caldera needs MUCH more investigation.



Earthquake swarm information at the North Pole from the USGS: