A predicted flip flop in Earth's magnetic field could happen sooner than scientists thought.
Both can cause widespread human and ecological devastation. But picking a winner in a destruction derby is a tough call.
The planet's magnetic field seems to be 10 times weaker than it was six months ago.
The 'boring billion:' the long evolutionary pause when algae ruled the Earth, might be due to stalled plate tectonics.
Scientists for the first time have gotten a glimpse of an elusive mineral, inside a 4.5-billion-year-old meteorite, and have named it bridgmanite.
Four-billion-year-old sample suggests modern-day Iceland is our best bet for an example of how Earth's continents first formed.
A neutrally buoyant layer may be floating between two layers deep in the Earth.
As a seafloor volcano continues to erupt in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean, a newborn island has swallowed its neighbor whole, images from space show.
+ Load More