A powerful, 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook Ecuador's central coast on Saturday, killing at least 41 people and spreading panic hundreds of kilometers (miles) away as it collapsed homes and buckled a major overpass.
Kim Jong-il, the late Supreme Leader of the totalitarian Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is said to have been born on the summit of Mount Paektu--a 9000-foot volcano straddling the border between China and North Korea.
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A massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake has just shaken Indonesia. The USGS initially evaluated to tremor at 8.2 but revised the magnitude down after further investigation.
Despite not being in the headlines, Mauna Loa continues to be in a state of unrest based on seismic and deformation monitoring data.
Chinese designers Zhou Ying and Niu Yuntao have created a life-saving floating house built to withstand natural disasters that include rough waters from flooding and tsunamis. The house inflates in seconds with its built-in, high-pressure carbon diox
Your phone, yes, the one you're (probably) reading this on, can detect earthquakes. All you need is an app.
above normal for alpha particles. (NaturalNews) Official data reported at the National Conference on Radiation Control shows that the U.S. has been experiencing a huge spike in radiation from Fukushima.
The White House release characterized the grants as a historic commitment to "building climate resilient communities."
When Americans speak of "the big one," they're talking about the potential for a super-massive earthquake that could essentially destroy most of quake-prone California.
A pair of moderate earthquakes shook northwest Oklahoma late Wednesday night, part of a swarm of Sooner State temblors that has produced more than two dozen quakes in less than 24 hours.
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It is not normal for the United States to experience massive wildfires and giant tornadoes right around Christmas.
As 2015 nears its end, 850 earthquakes of magnitude three or greater have stirred the state of Oklahoma. Compared to 584 of the same magnitude in 2014 and 109 in 2013, the trend is clear: earthquakes are on the rise.
Space weather scientists are shouting out and warning the world like never before. Earth has never been this susceptible to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that could blast from the heavens above and end human civilization as we know it.
Update: Five earthquakes of magnitude 2.6 or larger have been recorded in Oklahoma on Saturday, according to the U.S. Geological Society.
Have you noticed that seismic activity along the Ring of Fire appears to be dramatically increasing?
Something strange is happening to our planet.
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A total of 583 small earthquakes have shaken San Ramon, California, in the last three weeks or so - more than five times the record set 12 years ago, according to the latest US Geological Survey updates.
Either way, Sunday night's 4.1-magnitude earthquake near Black Canyon City and the other jitters during the evening left many wondering: What on earth is going on in Arizona?
First it was wildfires, then it was unprecedented flooding, and now it is earthquakes. In the past two weeks alone, more than 400 earthquakes have shaken San Ramon - a small city that sits approximately 45 miles east of San Francisco.
If scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are correct, a moderately-sized earthquake is expected within the next two-and-a-half years.
Aso, one of the more dangerous volcanoes in Japan, had an explosive eruption today. Based on webcam (see above) and news footage of the volcano, Aso produced a large, dark-grey plume of ash and volcanoes gases around 9:45 AM (Japan local time).
Last month I had the opportunity to write about some of the disaster preparedness checklists that are provided by different government agencies, and how woefully unprepared these checklists would leave you in a real disaster.
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When disaster strikes, who's first on the scene? More and more, it's a robot.
Structural vulnerability comes from financial neglect, which leads back to politics. "There's a lot of political incentive to fund new, shiny infrastructure, but less of an incentive to be a responsible caretaker of stuff that's already built,