But we'll never get them out of the ground.
Rainbow Bridge feels faraway manmade forces
This 3D model could help us prepare for earthquakes
It's a chain reaction.
Like so many of our own! No judgments, Earth.
Yesterday's magnitude 8 earthquake sent seismic energy rippling round the world.
New clues show how the massive Japanese earthquake happened, and how certain faults could pose a previously unrealized threat.
When a 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck off Japan's eastern coast early Friday morning, we all feared a tsunami. But San Francisco gets earthquakes all the time, and we're not scared of a tsunami there. Why?
Electromagnetic fields can cloak objects from passing waves
Engineering a precise series of ring-shaped shields to deflect earthquakes around a building
By measuring changes in rocks, seismologists may have found a way of predicting quakes hours in advance
Metronomes generally keep their own beat -- that's why we love them -- but when several get together, a compromise is hammered out
What causes a monster wave? Scientists are drilling seismic hot zones to find out
We know where, but we donâ€™t know when. Satellite monitoring provides valuable clues
Geologists say the end is nigh. New recovery tech may tell a different story.
The best-kept secret in seismology
Catherine Snelson takes an explosive approach to gauging seismic risks in a fault-ridden city.