Detective Story: The Case of Dimples and ‘Not’ Not Being There

Niels Berg Olsen sent this (fabulously) discerning note: I enjoyed reading your item on Greek cheek in your fabulous book This is Improbable, Too [Printed and bound in Denmark…”]. I notice a difference in the text in the book and in your news item in the Guardian: In the Guardian you wrote: “The report […]

Nonverbal Givens (Lawns and Yawns)

One of the key (B-Team) advisors to Sandia Lab’s report into Expert Judgement on Markers to Deter Inadvertent Human Intrusion into the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant  [see : Atomic Berms, previous Improbable article] was David B. Givens, Ph.D., now Director of the Center for Nonverbal Studies, and lecturer at the School of Professional Studies at […]

Dimple Creation – a fresh approach

“Dimples on cheeks are considered cute by many.” and ” The demand for surgically created dimples is increasing.” But both of the traditional methods for dimple-creation, i.e. blind coring of the soft tissue from the buccal mucosa to the dermis, or the placement of transcutaneous sutures – can be associated with untoward side effects.  Thus […]