This week the focus is on the Pacific Ocean — and particularly the north west, with earthquakes in Japan, the Ryuku Islands and Alaska.
Archives for October 2016
The heat goes on. And the heat goes on. We know El Nino’s gone — but the heat goes on.
This week saw large earthquakes in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia – and a series of smaller tremors above an ancient buried rift in the central US.
The most powerful Atlantic Hurricane in a decade devastated Haiti and roared up the US east coast. But the worst flooding was many miles from the ocean.
In a quiet week, there were earthquakes of interest in Taiwan, the Norwegian Sea, and in southern California.
Cigarettes are highly addictive due to the combination of nicotine and other added chemicals. Is vaping as addictive as a traditional cigarette?
Sometimes it is the public that is hard on a medical discovery. Sometimes it is the government agencies. What is the cause of the rise and fall of DMSO?
Major Hurricane Matthew threads the needle between Haiti and Cuba and heads for the southeast US coast. If you’re in an evacuation zone, don’t wait.
Typhoons targeting Taiwan vied with celestial events for attention in September. What’s next as northern hemisphere winter approaches while Hurricane Matthew lashes Haiti and Cuba and heads for the US?