The footage showed the horrifying moment the tornado swept across the parking lot then tossing the 4,000-pound car several feet high.
The large submarine landslide on the slopes of the Great Bahama Bank could potentially generate hazardous tsunami waves several meters high along the east coasts of Florida and northern Cuba.
Google Earth has released an update of its Timelapse feature, showing animated satellite imagery that goes back to 1984, and giving viewers a glimpse of how climate change has transformed the planet.
A new study reveals that New York City will be submerged in a 9-foot flood, or the same intensity of flooding brought by Superstorm Sandy in 2012, at least three to 17 times more frequently over the next century.
After 11 long years, a very powerful hurricane will make a landfall in the state of Florida. From previously a tropical storm Hermine, it now turns as a hurricane with its maximum sustained winds increased to 120 km/hr.
The government has already issues warnings ahead of the estimated time of landing.
Spectacular and terrifying at the same time. The Popocatepetl volcano, the largest volcano in Mexico has come to life and has left neighboring areas fearing for theirs.
Chinese researchers have come across scientific evidence that could prove the "Great Flood" in China is not mythical at all.
New evidences shows that a subduction zone beneath Bangladesh is currently building strain that could produce up to magnitude 9 earthquake once released.
Natural disasters have been quite a curse to mankind. Many natural disasters from earthquakes, tsunamis to storms and even rainfalls have killed many thousands across the world. It's that one time when man feels helpless since no technology can stop nature's outburst. Lately there have been quite a few earthquakes that have shocked the world.
"Twilight zone" reef fish face numerous threats when diving deep underwater, but those with forked tails may have an advantage: they can swim quietly past predators and evade natural disasters such as cyclones and coral bleaching.
The climate events depicted in the movie "The Day After Tomorrow," may be possible, researchers say.
Managing the Earth’s environment based on predicted outcomes can be tricky and preventative measures often backfire. Researchers suggest taking an adaptive management approach.
Around 73,000 years ago, the towering predecessor of the Fogo volcano - one of the most active in the world - collapsed. As a result, a unbelievably massive tsunami rippled across the Atlantic Ocean, washing its destructive force over islands that now boast over 250,000 human residents. Experts now wonder if such a disaster is more common than we'd like.
Ecuador is now officially in a state of emergency with an estimated 400 people already evacuated from a potential disaster zone south of the country's capital. In a Saturday address, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa explained that this is a precautionary action as the massive Cotopaxi volcano grows increasingly restless.