Episode 13 - Five Rare but Possible Disasters That Science Tells Us Can Happen
An Earthquake in New York City? Hurricanes in LA? More than a month of straight rain across California? This episode explores 5 rare but possible natural hazards that are not well-known that could lead to catastrophic consequences. Dr. Jones explains the science behind each event and reveals when they last happened and how often they occur.
Episode 59 - Stationarity is Dead
Episode 58 - All about Foreshocks
Episode 57 - Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (Related to Earthquakes!)
Episode 56 - Why Buildings Fall Down
Episode 55 - Young and Hot in California
Episode 54 - Hydration to Flushing: Water After an Earthquake
Episode 53 - Will the Internet Survive the Big One?
Episode 52 - How Safe Is It to Travel This Summer?
Episode 51 - Man vs. Nature (Hint: Nature Wins)
Episode 50 - COVID19 Isn't Going Away: What's Next?
Episode 49 - Why People Matter More than Preparedness Kits
Episode 48 - Craziest Earthquake Predictions
Episode 47 - How to Watch a Disaster Movie with an Eye on Science
Episode 46 - How to Talk About the Climate Crisis
Episode 45 - How You Can Start an Earthquake
Episode 44 - Why Disasters Breed Conspiracy Theories
Episode 43 - Volcanic Ash and Gas... and You
Episode 42 - Six Volcano Myths Explained
Episode 41 - All about Tsunamis
Episode 40 - All about Magnitude
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