Yellowstone, one of the most beautiful, impressive, magnificent places on earth, is also one of the most dangerous. Although it looks superficially like a valley, it is, in fact, a 65 mile wide extremely active volcanic caldera. If it blows, we all blow, every man-jack of us. So it’s worth noting, as Drudge does, when earthquakes start shaking the region. I’m sure it’s nothing, but there is something almost comforting (in a weird way) about knowing that there’s something out there over which we don’t have even the semblance of control. It’s freeing, if you know what I mean….