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Lots of interesting papers...

...but I'm still working on a paper and two grant proposals due in January, so don't have time to blog this week. Maybe I can find time to review all the intelligent design papers published this year that meet my basic criteria -- that shouldn't take long! Check back in January, or you should be able to access abstracts from these links:

Sexual selection mediated by the thermoregulatory effects of male colour pattern in the ambush bug Phymata americana

Adaptive developmental plasticity in growing nestlings: sibling competition induces differential gape growth

More altruistic punishment in larger societies

Basic Math in Monkeys and College Students

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