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First the link to this week’s complete list as HTML and as PDF.
I purposely include overblown reviews and rather unexciting but easily misunderstood articles about Covid, because these often get misquoted in the antisocial non-media and one should be prepared for those claims.
Agarwal et al. are not interested in vaccination rates and -hesitancy but only in differences of uptake by colour. For them a community where nobody gets vaccinated at all would come out perfect and one with very high rates for everybody, but still somewhat higher for one group than the other, very bad. I can’t see any valid meaning in this kind of result.
What is a
“booster”? Some authors use the term for the second of a two-dose vaccination and others for a later third refresher after the full vaccination had been administered. Not surprisingly it is the author with the less common use (Collier et al.) that fails to define his terms. And of course again no reviewer and no editor spotted that.
At first glance all the cases for symbolic behaviour in Neanderthals seem sparse and somewhat far fetched as for example Leder et al. of last week and this week’s Martí et al. But then the same is true for everything by H. sapiens or AMH before the explosion at the onset of the Upper Paleolithic. So whatever set that off, it probably was not related to species (alone).
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