The most interesting part about Yellowstone Natuonal Park, to me anyway, is that even in the most volatile of places, life continues to flourish. Take for example all the grasses tentative rate of growth around the cauldron of a super volcano. I mean, even trees somehow manage to rise up…that is until their roots are dissolved by the acidic underground.
Sound familiar? Human life continues to flourish until forced into volatile situations; seldom without acidic roots trying to knock and keep them down.