This week there were earthquakes in Papua New Guinea and California – and what can small seismic events tell us about volcanoes?
Archives for July 2016
The world is hot and getting hotter. But not quite as fast as it was. Should we cheer or fear?
This week’s featured earthquakes were all underwater and occurred in the south-central Pacific; off Chile: and, unusually, off the cost of Florida.
Schizophrenia changes your brain – dopamine, glutamine, and neurochemical imbalances are at the root of the problem.
In a quiet week, there were earthquakes in Ecuador, in Nevada and, more surprisingly, in Australia.
The complex physics of boiling water might seem boring and simple, yet it is neither. Do you know what’s happening when you’re boiling water on the stove?
Even in a quiet week, even in remote places, there are earthquakes. This week features events in the far south of the Pacific, in Vanuatu and off the coast of Oregon.
June was hot in a lot of places and rainy in some. Now that the sun has passed its highest daily point in the northern hemisphere sky, will the heat subside? And what’s up with the tropics?