Dead Heat

Steele, Randy
February 2005
Boating;Feb2005, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p32
Comments on the probability that sardines can help curb global warming in reference to a statement of scientists working off the west coast of Africa. Name of the scientist who developed the hypothesis; Opinion of the author on the prevalence of sardines in science; Nature of sardines.


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