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Fine, volcanic glass called ‘Pele’s hair’ has been raining on Hawaii

The eruption from Hawaii’s Mount Kilauea has seen lava oozing from the volcano in stunning, frightening pictures, but it’s also brought about quite the oddity: Falling glass. It’s called Pele’s hair, and they’re light strands of volcanic glass that have been falling downwind from the fissure.  SEE ALSO: Don’t let lava stop you from visiting...CONTINUE READING

Subtropical storm Alberto whips up mini waterspout in a swimming pool

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‘Alberto’ just became the first named storm of the 2018 hurricane season

The National Hurricane Center has named the first storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, precisely one week before the season is expected to begin on June 1. Currently spinning off of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, forecasters named the subtropical storm “Alberto,” which is the first of 21 names the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)...CONTINUE READING

Lightning strikes from space look exactly as cool as you think they would

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Hawaii volcano eruption brings the state’s worst earthquake in decades

Right on the heels of Thursday’s volcano eruption in Hawaii, a pair of earthquakes struck the state as residents contended with ongoing evacuations and noxious gas in the air. The first, a 5.4-magnitude quake according to the United States Geological Survey, occurred at around 11:30 a.m. local time near the southern coast of Hawaii’s Big...CONTINUE READING

Earth just soared past yet another climate change milestone

The Earth’s atmosphere is more saturated with greenhouse gases now than at any other time in human history. For the first time on record, the average amount of carbon dioxide — the main long-lived gas responsible for global warming — in the air passed 410 parts per million (ppm) for an entire month.  Data collected...CONTINUE READING

The hottest April temperature ever recorded may have been set this week

It’s happened again. After setting a national record for the hottest temperature during the month of March, the temperature in Nawabshah, in the Sindh Province of Pakistan, hit 50.2 degrees Celsius, or 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit, on April 30.  If the temperature reading was accurate, then the new record narrowly beat the old national monthly record...CONTINUE READING

Millions pledged to save the Great Barrier Reef, but scientists say it won’t solve the problem

Following bad news after bad news for the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian government has pledged a large sum of money for its preservation. More than A$500 million (US$379 million) has been been promised in a funding package to protect and restore the reef.  SEE ALSO: The Great Barrier Reef may never recover from the...CONTINUE READING
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