In lieu of a written language, the Inca communicated through construction.
Talking it out could make us less vulnerable.
Like it was ever easy.
A little bit.
Axial Seamount could help us answer basic questions about how volcanoes work
Area has a history of catastrophic quakes
The magnitude of the situation is still TBD
Moving on up
How California is predicting and preparing for the inevitable.
Not that we're hurt, or anything.
The U.S. Geological Survey says human activities like wastewater disposal might be contributing to central Oklahoma's earthquake swarm.
To deduce how and when the Earth was formed, we need to know exactly what it's made of.
By turning its crime problem into a data problem, Santa Cruz is reinventing police work for the 21st century
What causes a monster wave? Scientists are drilling seismic hot zones to find out
Oh, right, we can't
From the Popular Science archives, the hurricane house, the seismograph camera, the forest-fire-fighting dirigible, and more.
At least 38 confirmed dead
Why there are fewer casualties than the weaker quake that just hit Italy
Recent tremors in California have brought up some common misconceptions.