Tuesday, December 6, 2022
A magnitude 6 earthquake struck in the Ring of Fire, just 750 miles off the coast of California on Tuesday evening  The quake took place deep into the ocean and only around 80 people felt it between Santa...
About five minutes after the 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit near Mexico's southwest coast Monday, typically calm water deep in a Death Valley National Park cave started sloshing against the surrounding limestone rock.The reverberations from the earthquake more than 1,500...
An unprecedented red tide in the San Francisco Bay Area is killing thousands of fish and other marine life.A stunning multitude of carcasses has washed ashore, leaving a foul odor experts warn could get worse during this weekend's expected...
One of Antarctica's most important glaciers is holding on "by its fingernails" as warming temperatures around the globe threaten to cause further deterioration, which could then destabilize the glaciers in the entire region. The Thwaites glacier, located in the Amundsen Sea in...
You can find evidence of a changing climate everywhere on Earth. But nowhere are the changes more dramatic than in the Arctic. Our world’s northern polar region is warming twice as fast as the global average. And the consequences are...
  The Moon is losing its white glow and becoming increasingly red — all because it’s getting rusty, scientists say. What’s more surprising is that Earth’s atmosphere might be what’s causing it.The term “rusty” here refers to iron oxide, a...
According to the Seattle Times, a group of scientists operating out of the National Physical Laboratory in England revealed that the Earth is spinning faster than normal. To break it down a bit further, since the beginning of time, the Earth has...
Intense heat that baked Kansas over the weekend is being blamed for killing thousands of cattle — a toll documented in striking images on social media.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SDURGZ3jPA"The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is aware of at least 2,000 cattle...
The Anthropocene is the name scientists proposed to give to the present epoch in Earth’s history, one that is driven by human impacts like climate change. In their study, theoretical physicist Professor Orfeu Bertolami of the University of Porto...
There are a million ways to die in New York City but drowning in a rainstorm is not something many New Yorkers have ever worried about.That changed last September when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the Big Apple, unleashing...

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