Rocks from Arizona’s Unkar Group and Tasmania’s Rocky Cape Group were likely part of the same formation 1.1 billion years ago on the supercontinent Rodinia.
In an extract from the book "Boom and Bust," VICE regular Royce Kurmelovs examines the way that greed, irresponsibility, and failing to learn from the past brought down the mining boom.
Using core sampling hardware to drill beneath the manicured surfaces of New York Harbor's former military post, David Brooks conducted a deep dive into the unique site's human and non-human past.
They're like a "subway system on steroids."
Death Valley’s ‘sailing stones’ are able to move thanks to unique environmental conditions.
NASA's former chief scientist says when it comes to getting more women in science and tech, the progress is "too slow, I won’t lie to you."
Parts of the Earth's original crust are still traceable there, a new study finds.