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Will the world shake with more large earthquakes in 2018? Time will tell.
Research linking large earthquakes to changes in the Earth’s spin remains to be tested.
Geophysicists Are Turning Peanut Butter Into Diamond Gemstones
The world's simplest sandwich is actually a diamond in the rough.
Untouched For The Last Billion Years, Water In Canadian Mine Holds Ingredients For Life
Scientists may have discovered the oldest free-flowing source of isolated water ever known.
Geophysical Coalition Testing High-Tech Tools To Unearth Hidden Graves
Atrocities often lead to unmarked graves. A team of scientists is creating better tools to help find them.
Monitoring Aftershocks in China
A scientist due to study the seismic activity near the Three Gorges Dam now turns to listening for the leftovers of the massive Sichuan earthquake
A Molten Blizzard Beneath Mercury’s Surface
Scientists suggest that an iron "snow" falls inside Mercury—the work could explain the planet's strange magnetic field
Earthquakes Continue to Roll Through Reno
Two months worth of shaking hit a peak Friday night in Nevada
The Real Journey to the Center of the Earth
Scientists discover ancient rocks on the sea-floor that give them a window into the Earth's mantle