Tag Archive: Scent of Eros

Sulfated steroids and RNA-mediated identity codes

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Summary: In two studies of human pheromones we linked a mixture of androsterone and androstenol to increased flirtatious behavior and reports of increased attraction to the male wearing the mixture. This blog posts explains the reason for the use of…
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Et tu, Michael Stoddart

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How our NOSE shaped the human race: Ancestors lost their ability to detect sex pheromones to make men more faithful – and create the stable family unit Excerpt: “Our sense of smell evolved to make human pheromones undetectable” For contrast…
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Olfaction, ecology, and intelligence

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“I should think we might fairly gauge the future of biological science, centuries ahead by estimating the time it will take to reach a complete comprehensive understanding of odor. It may not seem a profound enough problem to dominate all…
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Forces of “Nature” limit dissemination of information

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Force of nature gave life its asymmetry Excerpt: “In 2011, Meierhenrich and colleages showed4 that such light could transfer its handedness to amino acids. But even demonstrating how a common physical phenomenon would have favoured left-handed amino acids over right-handed…
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Ray and Terry’s vitamins: DHEA

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Welcome to Ray Kurzweil & Terry Grossman’s Health Products Excerpt: “The most abundant steroid hormone in the human body-DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone-is primarily produced by the adrenal glands and eventually converted into male and female hormones (androgens and estrogens) by your…
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Did our adapted mind evolve?

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What is currently know about neuroendocrine regulation clearly links ecological variation to ecological adaptations manifested in morphological and behavioral phenotypes via RNA-mediated events without the pseudoscientific nonsense of evolutionary theory. Evidence that biological facts about cause and effect make no…
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The Perversion of Science by Evolutionary Psychologists

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“I should think we might fairly gauge the future of biological science, centuries ahead, by estimating the time it will take to reach a complete, comprehensive understanding of odor.”

Natural scent of women linked to increased testosterone and seduction

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Peer-reviewed journal articles detail the effects of natural odor from women on hormone levels in men, which are linked to behavior. Pheromone-enhanced fragrance products enhance the natural odor of women and can enhance attraction.