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Another Scary Rumor About Yellowstone Has Appeared. Here's What You Need to Know

For most of its lifetime, though, Yellowstone has engaged in two far more benign forms of eruptive activity: lava flows, and hydrothermal blasts. The former have always been isolated to the area around what is now the national park; the latter – which happens when water gets mixed up with superheated rock or magma/lava, causing an explosive release of heat – also abides by the same rules.

Search Enters Third Day For Missing Jacksonville And Virginia Firefighters On Boat Off Florida

Why Seismologists Are Still Interested in the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

The earthquake that devastated San Francisco in 1906 may still be able to help us better understand future quakes. Over a century later, the marks it left on the coastal and offshore landscape of northern California may offer some clues about what might happen when the fault ruptures again.

A 'Mass Invasion' Of Polar Bears Is Terrorizing An Island Town. Climate Change Is To Blame.