A unintentional discovery of a supervolcano was made yesterday (May 23, 2016).
The newly discovered 68 mile long (110km) / 33 mile wide (53km) caldera resides at the North Pole, at the very tip of the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
Coordinates of the caldera here:
81 32 38.90 N , 119 48 1.02 E
Full post linked below showing the previously “unnamed” supervolcano
(now named Mount Dutch in honor of the discoverer – myself)
All links mentioned in the video here:
Last weeks earthquake forecast video May 16, 2016: