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I was reading this report on yahoo that the Pinocchio effect does really exist. Your nose doesn’t really grow when you lie but it could give away that you are lying, all with the right equipment that is. A psychology team at the University of Granada  used infrared cameras which are used in night vision cameras to tell when a person is lying.When we lie about our feelings, the temperature around our nose raises and a brain element called “insula” is activated. Hmm that gives me an idea. Thermal camera here I come!!