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This is Actual Science. Crystals at the Earth’s Core Power its Magnetic Field

Whether or not a planet has a magnetic field goes a long way towards determining whether or not it is habitable. Whereas Earth has a strong …

Earth Science

Hats off to geology!

Geology doesn't receive the recognition it deserves. Our modern understanding of how the world formed and evolved is one of science’s great …

Over 130 earthquakes detected below Mount St. Helens as magma rises

Since mid-March, there have been a swarm of earthquakes under Mount St. Helens in Washington State, suggesting that the active stratovolcano is now …

Geology

From Ancient Mines to Healing Stones

The importance of geology in Greece dates back to the Classical Era when mines filled with silver, gold, iron and other natural ores contributed to …

Study: Chunks of Earth's mantle are "peeling off," causing earthquakes

An odd phenomenon may explain why the Southeastern United States has experienced recent earthquakes, even though the region sits snugly in the middle …

These Are The Oldest Meteorites Ever Discovered

And they just might overturn what scientists had thought about the early Earth.<p>Geologists and atmospheric scientists have just unearthed the oldest meteorites ever found on our planet. They're 2.7 billion years old and paint a striking picture of Earth's atmospheric history. Oddly, they reveal …

Scientists Find 'Birthmarks' from Earth's Infancy

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – University of Maryland Professor of Geology Richard Walker and fellow scientists in a multi-institution research team have found …

Geology

The San Andreas Fault - X. When Could the Next Large Earthquake Occur

When Could the Next Large Earthquake Occur Along the San Andreas Fault?<p>Along the Earth's plate boundaries, such as the San Andreas fault, segments …

Natural Disasters: Blizzards, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Earthquakes - Lessons

Mega-Tsunami Chances in Hawaiʻi Estimated

The only well-documented paleotsunami deposit in Hawaii from the 16th century is on Kaua`i. The Makauwahi sinkhole, on the side of a hardened sand …

7 things you need to know about buildings that could kill in a major earthquake

The Northwest is threatened by earthquakes far more destructive than anything Washington state has experienced in modern times, a danger lawmakers …

A New Earthquake Swarm Is Rocking Oregon's Mt. Hood

A few weeks back, we heard news of an small earthquake swarm underneath Mount St. Helens. Now, media-driven hyperbole aside, that swarm was …

Mental Health Awareness Week: Why relationships are important to your wellbeing

Whether your circle of friends grows every weekend or has shrunk down to a handful trusted confidantes, it is undeniable that we are all social …

What Happens When People Reveal Their Mental Illness to Their Boss?

<i>This is the second part in a series about revealing mental illness at the workplace. The first part, "What Happened When I Told My Boss I Was Struggling With Mental Illness," tells my story.</i><p>For some employees, telling their boss or co-workers they struggled with mental illness was one of the best …

Mental Health

Small Study Reveals Raising Body Temperature Could Help Relieve Symptoms of Depression

<i>Summary: A new reports whole body hyperthermia improved symptoms of major depression for as long as six weeks following a single treatment.</i><p>Source: …

How to manage mental health: the music industry's new priority

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week has placed a special focus on relationships. Here Fiona McGugan, general manager of the Music Manager’s Forum, reports on the increasingly vital role of the emotionally responsible manager in the industry<p>Life in the music industry is likely to take its toll …