Southern Fried Science is spearheading a week long blog series about the myriad examples of ocean pseudoscience in popular culture. Check Southern Fried Science and other Gam blogs throughout this week for more watery woo than you can shake a plesiosaur-shaped floating stick at. I’ll be getting into the act as well with an updating of one of my first blog posts ever, as well as some new content.
Michael Bok is a postdoc in Lund, Sweden. He studies vision in mantis shrimp, worms, and anything else with eyes. (more)
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