The News Tribune
Asian earthworm invaders wreak ecological havoc
The interlopers are worms, those squishy wrigglers we've all been taught to welcome to the woods and garden for the good work they do.
John Craft, director of Phila. Civil War museum
John J. Craft, 77, of Devon, a former museum director and educator, died Sunday, Dec. 8, of lung disease at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
The Miami Herald
Pa. man sentenced in computer hacking case
A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for breaking into computer networks and conspiring to sell access to them.
Drillers in North America are producing natural gas cheaper, quicker, more efficiently, and at such large volumes that prices are expected to remain relatively low for years to come.
Book Review - Paleozoic Fossil Plants by Bruce Stinchcomb
This book, illustrated with nearly 700 color photographs, traces the history of plant evolution from the tiniest marine algae to large trees that inhabited the Earth between 542 million years ago to 235 million years ago.