New Report: Flooding Puts 25% of All Critical Structure in US at Risk of Failure
A new report discovers that much of the infrastructure in the country risk being closed due to flooding as a massive investment to fix roads and adapt to climate change deals with an unknown fate in Congress. And the threat is anticipated to worsen as the planet heats up.
Meteorologists Warn Tropical Storm Victor May Intensify Into a Hurricane
There is a window for the tropical storm to strengthen into a hurricane for a short period of time over the open Atlantic, but it is not anticipated to pose a threat to land, AccuWeather forecasters say. On Wednesday afternoon, the most recent tropical storm of the 2021 hurricane season formed over the eastern Atlantic and has claimed the name Victor which is the name before the last on the season's first list
New Study Discovers That Large Whales Use New York Waters as a Supplemental Feeding Area
Some large whale species including fin, humpback, and minke whales make use of the waters off New Jersey and New York as an additional feeding area preying on two different types of animal species, new study finds. The team of scientists describes the New York Bight (NYB) as a crucial supplemental feeding location for a number of whale species gobbling locally profuse prey fish
Authorities Issue Emergency Forest Service Closure in California Due to Wildfires Triggered by Drought
About nine of California's national forests are closed Monday as firefighters makes effort to contain 11 massive wildfires blazing in the state.
Over 35 Horses, Including Pregnant Mares, Discovered Shot to Death in Australia
The corpses of colts, foals, mares, and geldings, have been discovered on the side of a highway 60km north of Longreach. Some were found with multiple gunshot injuries.
Drought, Climate Crisis, and More: These 5 Factors Make Western Heat Extremely Intense
Western United States is warming faster than any region in the country in terms of rising daytime highs, a pattern that became obvious with the unusual and record-shattering heat wave that got the best part of the Pacific Northwest earlier this summer.
Boom in Fracking Contributes to Rising Crime Rates in Rural U.S. States
Economists who analyzed data from 1999 to 2015 came to this conclusion. Mining of shale oil and gas - the shale boom, has added to the rise in crime rates noticed in US states where 50-60% of the population inhabits rural regions.
Surprising Facts About Sharks: Can Nuclear Bomb Really Age This Sea Creature?
Sharks will never cease to amaze us - from strange and enormous whale sharks to terrifying and magnificent great whites. Even sharks that are not in existence anymore, like the mammoth megalodon, keeps surprising us.
Ambergris: Thai Woman Finds Whale Vomit Worth £185,000 While Walking on the Beach
Siriporn Niamrin, 49, saw a strange lump after a heavy downpour on the coast of Nakhon Si Thammarat, southern Thailand
USGS: Earthquake of about 4.4 Magnitude Occur in Rural Oklahoma.
In the rural area close to Oklahoma with Kansas border an estimated magnitude 4.2 earthquake took place at 7:56 a.m. near Manchester, this was recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey
Wolves Hunt Their Prey by Using Ambush Tactics
Lonely wolves game on smaller animals and uses specialized strategies to attack unsuspecting rodents
[BREAKING] Japan Hit by 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake in World's Worst Nuclear Disaster Fukushima
According to reports by the Japan Meteorological Agency, northeastern Japan witnessed an earthquake with a magnitude as high as 7.1.
Tampa Scientists Examines Holes In Greenland Called Moulin
Tampa scientists examined hundreds of feet chambers below the surface of Greenland Ice holes with the use of ropes
The Detailed Genome Of Invasive Malaria Mosquito Uncovered By Researchers
Scientists have produced a game-changing new reference genome for the Asian malaria vector mosquito Anopheles stephensi