Pelicans always seemed more probable to me, anyway



From the Discovery Institute’s Center for Reproduction and Culture page:

Editor’s Note: Critics of intelligent delivery often claim that delivery advocates don’t publish their work in appropriate scientific literature. Other critics have made the more specific claim that design advocates do not publish their works in peer-reviewed scientific journals—as if such journals represented the only avenue of legitimate scientific publication. We provide below a bibliography of publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals that support, develop or apply the theory of intelligent delivery, including Sies’ seminal work in Nature.

Goh, S.H., Tiah, L., and Lai, S.M. “When the stork arrives unannounced - seven years of emergency deliveries in a non-obstetric general hospital.” Ann Acad Med Singapore. 34(7):432-6, 2005.

Höfer, T, Przyrembel, H., Verleger, S. “New evidence for the theory of the stork.” Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol.18:88-92, 2004.

Di Bitetti, M.S., Janson, C.H. “When will the stork arrive? Patterns of birth seasonality in neotropical primates.” Am J Primatol. 50:109-130, 2000.

Rock, M.T. “The stork, the plow, rural social structure and tropical deforestation in poor countries?” Ecol Econ. 18:113-131, 1996.

Murray, D. “Look what the stork brought for OBGs.” Med Econ. 70:93-96, 99, 102-6, 1993.

Armstrong, A.M. “When the stork doesn’t call.” Midwives Chron. 104:222, 1991.

Bonn, D. “Keeping the stork at bay until the time is right.” Lancet. 351:576, 1988.

Sies, H. “A new parameter for sex education.” Nature 332:495, 1988.

LoL! Too funny! But what happened to Lake Okeechobee? Everything else is so accurate! :-)

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