In your "conversations" with others in the FC thread that you've been participating in of late, you have made repeated references to Yellowstone and have alluded to some sort of imminent "event".
The only thing of substantial issue I'm aware of at Yellowstone is the caldera and the possibility or even likelihood of a supervolcano occurring in the future. From earlier readings, I've gleaned that approximately every 750,000 years (give or take a few hundred thou), the supervolcano that lies under Yellowstone blows its stack, which has substantial impact on all manner of life on the planet.
I've reviewed this site which makes reference to an earthquake swarm that occurred last month, but does not in any way indicate any substantial "event".
Are you in a position to talk toward this? What kind of information might you have that outweighs or negates this, admittedly, government information that doesn't indicate a problem? Note the Current Volcano Alert Level is "Normal".
The key here is your recognition "that you're aware of". These events have not yet been publicly recognized by USGS nor U of Utah.
As of the 25th of January there were widespread signatures that are outside the norm at Yellowstone and seen to extend well beyond the footprint of the park itself.
These most recent events are preceded by an extended period of extraordinary uplift, from 2004 to 2010 .
Ref: USGS "Yellowstone Extraordinary Caldera Deformation Episode"
Ref: Graphic-Seismic Events & Deformation at Yellowstone (2,000 in one month of uplift, which is more than in an average entire year!<1,500 avg>)
The events which followed this period of extraordinary uplift increased to a level they were clearly recognizable in seismic mechanics on January 25th. And on this date this particular seismic signature, along with numerous other types, was seen inside the Yellowstone Park footprint and also outside it, sometimes at great distances away from the park.
This disturbing seismic signature is known as "Harmonic tremors"
and represents magma rushing to the surface through constricted pathways in cracks, fissures and faults, at such a rate that it exhibits a repeated harmonic wave signature.
Because of the nature of the event involving magma rushing to the surface through constricted pathways, harmonic tremors are invariably recognized as evidence seen immediately preceding or during an active volcanic eruption.
These harmonic wave signatures, harmonic tremors, are seen in the image below as cigar-shaped 'packets' of seismic wave that are repeated throughout the day's seismogram.Yellowstone YJC "Joseph's Coat" Jan 25th Seismogram