Temperature fluctuations, maybe from climate or maybe from geothermal systems, amplified a natural process that grew the crystals.
Small but significant.
Some bubbles were up to 750 feet (228 meters) across.
Mars' past seems to be more and more interesting.
We’re all faulty.
Pop goes the volcano.
For decades, researchers have been trying to detect the influence of climate on river formation -- now, they've done it.
Molten rock shooting for the moon, huge tsunamis hundreds of feet tall, and global wildfires were triggered immediately after the impact.
This used to mess up our calculations, but now we understand why.
Survivor bias might be to blame.
The worm grew to less than 3 centimeters (1 inch) at its widest, but up to 27 centimeters (nearly a foot) long.
It's all about the oxygen.
As the world tries to find more eco-friendly alternatives to pesticides, a team of Russian and Indian scientists has an interesting idea.
A giant raft of light rocks is heading towards Australia -- and that's a good thing.
This is amazing -- and a bit scary.
It's amazing what you can do with one fossil.
After all, the Earth was once a snowball too.
The findings show that plate tectonics started 3.3 billion years ago, coinciding with the period when life started on Earth.