Scientists Found a Hidden 'Jurassic World' Buried Underneath Australia
The subterranean remains of 100 volcanoes formed some 180 million years ago were detected under a major petroleum hotspot.
Mysterious Waves Rippled Across the Earth and Scientists Don't Know Why
Some seismologists have speculated the strange waves could be related to volcanic activity.
Lava, Land, and Life Forms
Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano is the latest example of a powerful natural force for creating new life.
How Dangerous Is It to Be Taking Video of Kilauea's Fountains of Lava Erupting in Hawaii?
Some of the videos emerging look scary close.
Lava Fountains in the Streets Cause Hawaii to Declare State of Emergency
Parts of the Big Island of Hawaii are being evacuated after Kilauea Volcano spewed fountains of lava into nearby streets.
Volcanoes are erupting across the Pacific Ring of Fire
Drone Versus the Volcano
Watch Scientists Fly a Drone Through a Frickin' Volcano
Drones are a boon to volcanologists who would rather not die in a fiery hellpit.
Geoengineering Schemes Could Block View of the Night Sky, Astronomers Warn
At the American Astronomical Society meeting in Texas, astronomers got together to debate the pros and cons of engineering Earth’s climate to save the planet.
Climate Change Might Be Messing Up Volcanoes’ Planet-Cooling Powers
Volcanoes spew ash into the stratosphere that reflects back some sunlight.
Werner Herzog On Science, Language, Mars, and His Fever Dreams
A chat with the unstoppable filmmaker on Radio Motherboard.
Why We Can't Resist Volcanoes, According to Werner Herzog's Volcanologist
The volcano scientist behind (and front and center of) Herzog’s new documentary on how science mixes with magic, and the beautiful danger of volcanoes.
Werner Herzog Really, Really Likes Volcanoes
We caught up with the legendary filmmaker to talk about 'Into the Inferno,' his gorgeous new documentary about volcanoes, poetry, and North Korea.