The motion of the ocean(ic crust).
The 6,000-year-old remains are still rather mysterious.
We asked experts how to live through one of nature’s most powerful disasters.
Waiting for tsunami warning to pass
The new system analyzes real-time ocean data to see when the killer waves formed
The risk of megatsunamis may be slightly greater than expected—but they’re still extremely rare
Don’t call it the great wall of Japan
A tsunami advisory was issued, but has now been cancelled.
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...
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