Undersea explorer Barry Clifford discovered the sunken 'Whydah' ship off Cape Cod in 1984 and has since pulled up about 200,000 artifacts. He calls this stretch of sea floor the 'yellow brick road' because he believes there's more treasure.
AP (Nov. 13, 2013) The nuclear-powered NR-1, launched in Groton in 1969, was one of the most secretive vessels in the US undersea force. Five years after her retirement, the full extent of her missions may never be ... watch video
AP (May 14, 2014) A shipwreck off northern Haiti may be the remains of Christopher Columbus' flagship vessel the Santa Maria, an explorer said Tuesday, though experts expressed caution about a discovery that was far ... watch video
Apr. 24, 2015 This map provides a picture of the nation's geologic basement. More than 80 pieces of crust have been added to the nation's basement since the Earth began preserving crust about 3.6 billion years ... read more
Apr. 23, 2015 Geoscientists are using a new simulation to condense a period lasting millions of years to explain the formation of the high-lying valleys in the south-eastern end of the Tibetan Plateau: the true ... read more
Apr. 21, 2015 The good relationship between humans and dogs was certainly influenced by domestication. For long, it was assumed that humans preferred particularly tolerant animals for breeding. Thus, cooperative ... read more
Apr. 21, 2015 A study based on 1,000 years of temperature records suggests global warming is not progressing as fast as it would under the most severe emissions scenarios outlined by the Intergovernmental Panel on ... read more