In the mid-20th century, the United States government invested in two major projects designed to control hurricanes by seeding the storm clouds.
Millions of people now live atop fault lines because long ago small communities gathered at fresh water sources.
Scientists and weather forecasters have been trying to understand tornadoes for over 100 years, but the average advanced warning is still only 14 minutes.
Does an increase in satellites mean we soon won't be able to see the stars?
Lee Smolin speaks on quantum gravity, the nature of time, the role of ethics in science, and the importance of realism.
The world's largest, deepest freshwater lake is home to hundreds of species that don't live anywhere else on Earth. But it's threatened by climate change.
Rogue waves are becoming larger and more dangerous. But even long-term studies have not made these waves any easier to predict or avoid.
Recently the New Horizons spacecraft made the first flyby of a Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) in the extreme outer solar system. What do we know about KBOs?
It isn’t likely that Earth will be hit by a large meteor, but if it were, the results would be catastrophic.
Inge Lehmann was the seismologist and mathematician who figured out what the Earth's core was actually made of.