Tag Archive: odors

The key to science: experimental evidence

  If it disagrees with the experiment, it’s wrong! — Richard Feynman (1964) Two different experiments are among others from the Vosshall lab that show the theory of evolution is wrong. 1) This experiment links induced mutations in olfactory receptor…
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Chromosomal rearrangements: What would earth be like if not for human pheromones?

translocated chromosome

Refining language for chromosomes News article excerpt: “…advances in next-generation sequencing methods and results from BWH’s Developmental Genome Anatomy Project (DGAP) revealed an assortment of genes disrupted and dysregulated in human development in over 100 cases. Given the wide variety of…
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Biophysical evidence of Creation via adaptations: The holy grail of evolutionary biology?


The holy grail of evolutionary biology is Creation via adaptations without mutation-initiated natural selection. Rare event of histone demethylation can initiate singular gene expression of olfactory receptors [Published online before print December 16, 2013] Significance: In mammals, the sense of odors…
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Nutrients pheromones and cancer


Watson dings genetics, Irish, fellow Nobelist By Gary Robbins2:45 p.m.March 21, 2013 Pheromones and cancer Excerpt 1: “most of the experiments we do are irrelevant … We’re not going to cure cancer by doubling the money. We’re going to do…
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Human Pheromones in Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology

The honeybee is a model organism for understanding the epigenetic link from food odors and social odors to neural networks of the mammalian brain, which ultimately determine human behavior.

Epigentics and the baby connectome

There is no direct effect of non-olfactory/pheromonal sensory input of the environment that would explain gene activation and the intracellular interactions in neurons that might result in de novo gene expression, which is why the most likely driving force for increased primate intelligence appears to be odors associated with nutrition and pheromones associated with socialization.