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Michael Bloomberg for President (NOT) in 2020

Michael Bloomberg Is Reportedly Going to Run for President in 2020—as a Democrat Bloomberg first ran for mayor of New York as a Republican in…

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Is there a model for that?

it is the acceptance of theories, opinions, and stories about natural and sexual selection that are problem.

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Nobel laureate challenges psychologists to clean up their act

social priming doesn’t begin with a visual stimulus or a hormone like oxytocin in mammals. It begins with gene activation by a sensory stimulus

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Unconscious affects on incalculable genomic interactions

Kudos to them for moving us forward and away from random mutations theory to an era where geneticists and neuroscientists can examine sensory cause and effect in the proper perspective of an epigenetic continuum of unconscious affects on genomic interactions…

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Is the language of God the god problem? (1530 words)

Olfactory/pheromonal input epigenetically causes the creation of new genes.

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No fooling; visual appeal is not determined by what we see

Why is our response to other people enhanced by nudity? In other species with eyes, their visual response is enhanced by olfactory/pheromonal input.

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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.

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Pheromones and food odors add more than just color to your world

…we can only wonder about how much information is processed when odor receptors that number in the hundreds generate electrical signals associated with olfactory/pheromonal assessment of environmental factors associated with the colors we see.

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Baiting the behaviorist(s)

We cannot directly link any individual gene, cell, tissue, organ, or organ system to any behavior without including the rest of the pathway that links gene activation to brain-directed behavior.

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Pheromone-enhanced behavior in sexually inexperienced females

I was still somewhat surprised that the women reported they were more attracted to the man when he was wearing the androsterone/androstenol mix.

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