By Karl Fabricius
The green fireball phenomenon began in the late 1940s and has never been truly explained. Were they artificially made or were they a natural phenomenon? No one knows.
Lightning strikes are quite difficult to capture, let alone their reflections. Yet, we’ve found 13 razor-sharp lightning reflections that will leave you thunderstruck!
Though beautiful to look at and less ferocious than tornadoes, waterspouts are serious marine hazards that can wreak havoc on people and boats alike.
Some birds are adapting to climate change by altering their migration schedules. Other birds are migrating at their usual times. What can we learn from these examples?
From North America to the Amazon, from Sri Lanka and Northern Australia, the monsoon rains are eagerly awaited in many parts of the world…
Since the malfunction of their polar ice monitoring satellite ICEsat, NASA has taken to the skies in low-flying aircraft to continue their important research.
Drought is a killer of animals, crops and people, yet there is an undeniable beauty to the 20 images of parched terrains that we are about to explore.
Flood damage is a problem in New Jersey, USA. It is easy to blame the damage on global warming, but local policies contribute the most to flood damage.
Just how deadly is lightning?