Ever wondered what the brouaha over the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea is about?
It’s not about global warming and sea level rise.
To jog the mind of sleep walkers and grave diggers
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Ancient myths were actually observations of Mars, Venus and Mercury which repeatedly passed close to the Earth between 3700 and 700 BC.
The earth science behind some amazing places
Henry Thornton's Weekend Place
Free Thought, Free Speech, Free Access
Journal of Plasma Geology
Just 50 years ago, no one knew why the Earth has mountains. Now we do. This is the story of how we figured it out - and how we keep learning.
Forecasting the World