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  I am about to start research on my dissertation in the spring, focusing on how different species of earthworm can be used to clean up polluted industrial sites. So now the hunt has begun for 250 eighteen gallon roughneck containers. These will be filled with different soil samples and earthworms. I also am hunting for a greenhouse space- so if you know anyone that has an extra 1000ft2 of greenhouse or hothouse that they aren't using for a year, please let me know. Not much other than having an infant and doctoral research to report, as those two things take up a whole lot of time.
    The paperback edition of "The Essential Species of Pennsylvania" is available through Amazon.com HERE. If you would like it signed, just drop me an email. There is also a kindle version available HERE.  For more information, see the 'BOOKS' page, or send a note to books@henshue.org


Other Projects:

Angry Molecules:
    I have worked out a way to make molecular structure make sense. We have almost all asked ourselves WHY carbon dioxide and methane are such effective greenhouse gasses... I have built molecular models that are very dynamic and mobile to show the harmonic, long-lived vibrations that allow heat to get trapped in different GHG's, and some basic, non-heating molecules for comparison. Check out the "ANGRY MOLECULES" page.

Custom Thermometers:
    A wonderful and fun student project, or just a great craft idea is to create your own thermometer. I will seal the alcohol in the tube and bulb in lab-grade glass and create a beautiful wooden plaque or trim for it. You or your students can mark through year 1 where all the graduations go, and for years you have an accurate, handmade thermometer. Check out the 'THERMOMETERS' page.

Stockertown Optics:
    In addition to pursuing a PhD., writing books, presenting, and getting in as much trouble as possible, I have also taken on cleaning and maintaining the microscopes and balances for some local schools. For prices or more information, see the 'OPTICS' page or drop a line to optics@henshue.org.