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We’re getting a huge surge in pageviews from reddit, stumble, and neatorama today. If you’re new here check out some of our classic Southern Fried Science Posts:

  1. How to brew beer in a coffee maker, using only materials commonly found on a modestly sized oceanographic research vessel.
  2. The Cove, Dolphins, and Mercury
  3. Ethical Debate: Captive whale sharks
  4. The Menhaden of History
  5. 10 reasons why marine mammals aren’t as cute as you think they are
  6. Blood and Brains – can vampires survive a zombie apocalypse?

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