The Evolutionary Advantage of Really Annoying Babies

The winning talk from Bahfest 2013 - the festival of bad ad hoc hypotheses.

Tomer Ullman talks about how tribes whose babies cried in the most annoying way possible could have had an advantage over those with quiet babies.

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