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Oceanographers are tracking seismically sensitive mermaids through the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean. Continue reading →
Green lightning is real, but it's only been documented in this one case from a volcanic eruption in Chile. One scientists tries to explain why the flash goes Irish. Continue reading →
A dedicated Lord of the Rings fan models the climate in Middle Earth for real. Continue reading →
Natural disasters, war and other human activities left geographic scars seen from space.
An ice-surveying mission over Antarctica captured this beautiful image of a lenticular cloud jutting up over Mount Discovery. Continue reading →
Slippery clay that looks like scaly black dragon skin is the crucial clue needed to explain the 2011 Japan earthquake's surprising impact.
A fierce storm battered northern Europe with hurricane force winds Thursday, leaving five people dead or missing, disrupting travel and forcing thousands to flee their homes over fears of the worst tidal surge in decades.
Australian researchers said Thursday they had established the existence of vast freshwater reserves trapped beneath the ocean floor.
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