A stunning example of nature's resilience

The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is regarded as the deadliest and most destructive volcanic blast in U.S. history. And yet, just thirty-three years later, life has returned to the area in almost equally impressive force, as newly released photographs illustrate. » 10/22/13 5:42pm 10/22/13 5:42pm

MASSIVE Louisiana Sinkhole Devours Whole Trees in Seconds Flat

In the Southern Louisiana town of Bayou Corne, a monster is growing. For over a year now, a colossal sinkhole – which, when last measured, spanned a grotesque 24 acres – has been wreaking havoc on not only local residents (who have been forced to evacuate), but the environment under which it lurks, as this recently… » 8/22/13 5:13pm 8/22/13 5:13pm

7 Signs We Are Heading for a Mass Extinction

Today, many scientists believe we are on the cusp of a sixth mass extinction which could wipe out most life on Earth as we know it. Here are seven signs that they could be right. » 5/20/13 2:54pm 5/20/13 2:54pm