This week there were earthquakes in the Aegean Sea and in the Indian Ocean — and, unusually, no earthquakes of note in the whole of the United States.
Archives for July 2017
We owe our existence to an accidental collision of an asteroid with Earth, which caused a mass extinction. Could another extinction event point the way to our future?
This week saw a large earthquake in the north Pacific, and smaller ones in the Mediterranean and Oklahoma. Is that a normal seismic pattern?
The Giant Hogweed is a hot topic in the U.S., U.K. and Europe, as well it should be! The chemistry of this plant produces horrific blisters that can kill.
This week’s earthquakes – in the Philippines, the North Sea and Montana – are all shallow in origin.
As summer heats up, get ready to gaze skyward to catch sight of a rare solar eclipse. India’s monsoon season looks to be better than last year – and did you know that Arizona has a monsoon as well?