Edge on the Clock: Pinnochio Syndrome
Your nose may not actually change size when you tell a fib, but a new study out of Spain says the nose does get noticeably warmer when you say something that you know isn't true. Turns out your insular cortex--the part of the brain that regulates body temperature--is affected when you lie about your feelings, causing the warmth of your nose to give you away. But you can't always just reach over and grab somebody's nose when they start acting suspicious, so how do you tell when someone is lying?
Plus: Last-straw Lohan, Angus & Charlie, and drive-in sex.
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