Some believe a large earthquake is going to send California careening into the Pacific. But is any of this based on scientific fact?
Earthquakes are measured using the Richter Scale, which gives scientists an idea of the size of the seismic wave or ground shaking that happens.
We need cleaner, more sustainable sources of energy, right?
Was the dinosaur "Sue" really supposed to be named "Bob?"
The Earth is made up of plenty of elements but Chromium is uncommon. This has scientists puzzled.
Scientists have reconstructed a one hundred thousand-year history of carbon dioxide.
Canadian researchers have found evidence that coal may have contributed to the disaster that killed off the dinosaurs.
Greenland's ice sheet is worrying scientists. It's melting.
Death Valley has many mysteries, including one of nature's strangest phenomena: rocks that move on their own.
What happened to the lava at Mount Rainier? Why is the story so unusual?