Could We Be Wrong About Where "The Big One" Will Strike? Earthquakes Are Occurring In Areas We Never Expected
NASA appears to have flown a Douglas DC-8 observation plane, packed with scientific equipment, over the San Andreas fault, a tectonic boundary that extends 745 miles through California.
Victor Vescovo is leading the first-ever manned expedition to the deepest point of each of the world's five oceans.
Over 80,000 Quakes Have Hit California Since July 4th, Aftershocks Headed "Toward The Garlock Fault"
The strongest earthquake in 20 years hit southern California on Friday night.
Low-salinity submarine groundwater contained within continental shelves is a global phenomenon. While low-salinity groundwater is thought to be abundant, its distribution and volume worldwide is poorly understood due to the limited number of observat
A massive volcano eruption spewed a giant ash mushroom cloud into the sky on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, local officials reported Friday, causing flight cancellations to and from the island and diverting flights over the area to nearby Aus
A new thermal area was discovered under Yellowstone National Park, nestled in beautiful Wyoming. But scientists are adamant this time that there is no "impending eruption" because they found another area of thermal activity near the caldera.
Paleontologists in North Dakota have uncovered an incredible stash of fossils that was formed instantaneously after an asteroid struck Earth nearly 66 million years ago.
Israeli cave explorers show the Malham cave inside Mount Sodom, located at the southern part of the Dead Sea in Israel
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If an industrial civilization had existed on Earth many millions of years prior to our own era, what traces would it have left and would they be detectable today?