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This story is hilarious: How (not) to communicate new scientific information: a memoir of the famous Brindley lecture. Technically work-safe, since it describes a public lecture at a scientific conference; but the lecture was about erectile dysfunction and given by a scientist who was, er, eccentric. You'll see when you read the story.

Related to this is Discovery that a melanocortin regulates sexual functions in male and female humans, which is a fairly normal journal paper, until you get to the accidental side-effect...

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asrana From: asrana Date: 13th February 2012 09:32 (UTC) (Link)
The above story, although initially based upon less scientific methodology than is usually undertaken in the conventional university research laboratory, has been further documented by hundreds of other individuals.
I'll just bet it has!!
jinian From: jinian Date: 13th February 2012 19:31 (UTC) (Link)
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