Can’t have a devastating water wave without water!
Geologists have made a shocking discovery in a crystal-rich cave in Mexico.
It was adorable, but also terrifying.
A stunning app put together by Smithsonian’s Global Volcanism Project.
It might be a good thing… but we’re not sure yet.
Most waves form due to winds or tides, but tsunamis have a different cause altogether.
This is the story of the last in a breed of geological titans, a supercontinent we named Gondwana.
It’s a new time — geologically speaking, at least.
Fulfilling the job that scientists and unlucky undergrads have been doing for years, the kinetic machine Jller selects and sorts pebbles found on a 6 1/2 x 13 foot platform into a grid organized by geologic age. Without any assistance, the machine analyzes rocks based on their shape and sizes, understand their correct placement and transports them to the right place on