…attention should be focused on the model organisms Bonasio and others, like me, have used to detail precisely how the differentiation of species, brains, and behaviors are driven by nutrient chemicals and pheromones.
Kudos to anyone else who helps to detail the cross-species comparisons from insects to humans.
Comparisons of the olfactory abilities of dogs to humans fail to mention our increased ability to process olfactory/pheromonal input. Bigger brains allow better processing.
Are pheromone-enhanced men concerned about the attraction of other males who arrive on the scene seven generations later?