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Mr Meade first believed North Korea has been planning to bomb Yellowstone volcano back in September, when he claimed North Korea’s bomb testing is in preparation for an attack on the Wyoming-based Caldera.
He wrote: “First, it’s apparent they have developed a hydrogen bomb. They are currently testing to determine exactly what yield of nuclear weapon will be necessary to disrupt the rock cap over the Yellowstone Caldera.
“In concert with foreign volcanic experts, they have been studying Mount Paektu for years.
“It would take a relatively small megaton class of munition to initiate an eruption.”
As a result of that piece, Mr Meade says he has been sent threatening information and been hacked on several occasions in an attempt to silence him.
He wrote in a new article for conspiracy website PlanetXNews: “Because I knew too much and was on the threshold of revealing North Korea’s battle order against the US, my webmaster account was decrypted at a very high level and I was sent threatening information.
“That’s all I can say for now.“
He added: “I am accumulating a dossier on this matter and will turn it over to authorities at the highest level in due course. I have a relative on my mother’s side who is with the Bureau and have other contacts as well.”
However, the apocalypse-predictor fails to give any shred of evidence North Korea is planning an attack on Yellowstone.
But he does say more information will be available in his upcoming book.
If Mr Meade is correct and North Korea does attack Yellowstone Volcano, then it could spell the end for the US.
If the volcano were to erupt it would kill an estimated 87,000 people immediately and make two-thirds of the USA immediately uninhabitable.
The large spew of ash into the atmosphere would block out sunlight and directly affect life beneath it creating a “nuclear winter”.
The massive eruption could be a staggering 6,000 times as powerful as the one from Washington’s Mount St Helens in 1980 which killed 57 people and deposited ash in 11 different states and five Canadian provinces.
If the volcano explodes, a climate shift would ensue as the volcano would spew massive amounts of sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere, which can form a sulphur aerosol that reflects and absorbs sunlight.