We've been experiencing plenty of natural disasters this past year with Hurricane Maria in the Dominican Republic, an earthquake in Mexico, mudslide in Columbia, Hurricane Irma in the US, and the list goes on.
We can be prepared for just about any disaster, but we still don't know when something will hit. Most of the time we're given little to zero time to leave our homes or grab what we need to survive, which is why it's important to always have a bug out bag where you can get to it and grab it quickly.
And now with the news that Yellowstone supervolcano could blow faster than what researchers originally thought, we should be extra vigilant, especially if we live in the surrounding areas. No, it won't wipe out life as we know it, but it could cause significant damage.
Find out what new findings the researchers have revealed after the break and how it could affect us. It's better to be safe than sorry!