Lying to Seem Honest, The Physics of the ‘Cheerios Effect,’ and Wasps that Recognize Faces

Learn about why sometimes people lie to seem more honest; how researchers finally figured out how to explain the Cheerios effect; and what we learned about evolution from studying Northern paper wasps, which can recognize each other’s faces.  

 Sometimes, People Lie to Seem Honest by Kelsey Donk

Researchers Finally Explain the “Cheerios Effect” by Andrea Michelson

Wasps Can Recognize Each Others’ Faces by Cameron Duke

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