MIT Graduate Student Proves the Benefit of Wearing Crying Babies Into Battle at BAHFest

MIT graduate student Tomer Ullman proved the benefits of wearing a crying baby into battle in a 2013 presentation titled, “The Crying Game: Infant distress vocalization as competitive advantage during violent conflict,” at The Festival of Bad Ad Hoc Hypothesis, or BAHFest. BAHFest celebrates well-researched and presented, but still ultimately wrong, hypotheses about evolutionary theory.

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