We look at why there’s an increasing number of “biggest ever wildfires” and how climate change is affecting California’s fire seasons.
Some believe a large earthquake is going to send California careening into the Pacific. But is any of this based on scientific fact?
Bird song is lovely to hear, a romantic addition to any landscape, but what exactly does it mean? We'll find out, on today's Moment of Science.
During earthquakes, why is it that some buildings tumble to the ground, while others stand tall?
We all know that some trees can live for hundreds of years. What about thousands of years?
Define the word, "obtuse." The more you've read, the more likely you are to know the meaning of that and other relatively bookish words.
Unfortunately, like many of today’s wildlife creatures, sea otters off the coast of California are dying off, and the problem may be felines.
Wildfires destroy enormous areas of forest every year. However, after forest fires, some plants manage to grow back at accelerated speeds.