What do ridged eyebrows mean?

Emotional research: eyebrows don't lie

"Look me in the eye, little one" - it is Bogart's famous sentence of fate in "Casablanca". But if you sink yourself into eye to eye, what do you see there? The deepest interior of the human being, it is said, the eyes are the window to the soul. Nonsense, says the Canadian professor Javid Sadr, he teaches neuroscience at Lethbridge University.

Sadr says: Look at the brows, they are more honest than the eye. Sadr has developed algorithms that explain the language of the brows. His “Brow Translator” already recognizes simulated and real laughter better than most people.

The world: Professor Sadr, you claim that when someone says something but means something else, you can see it in your eyebrows. Why do you think that?

Javid Sadr: The eyebrows are the most expressive part of our face. They are one of the most important characteristics for deciphering emotions. Nothing can be faked so easily as a smile. The brows, on the other hand, never lie.

There's a famous photo from the White House in Washington. Taken on October 18, 1962, when US President John F. Kennedy was sitting with the Ambassador of the Soviet Union, Anatoly Dobrynin, and his Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko.

You can see relaxed faces, happy laughter, a good mood, the situation seems great. Political scientists know that Kennedy knew about the Soviet missiles in Cuba back then. And if you look closely at the photo, you can see it on Kennedy's face. His smile is not real.