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The same neural mechanisms are at work in worms and humans

a molecule similar to GnRH is essential to nutrient chemical-dependent and pheromone-controlled reproduction in all species, including C. elegans.

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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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Woefully ignorant politicians and popular science (2)

“Do these people really think its a protein in semen that acts on the female brain? If so, is there a model for that

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Woefully ignorant politicians and popular science

what if the epigenetic effects of pheromones on hormones associated with the physical trauma caused PTSD in women that affected subsequent behavior?

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Human pheromones and diet-mediated life-extension

…yeast cells managed to evolve into intelligent mammals, which means there is still hope that your co-workers might do so through the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals and pheromones.

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Pheromones, LH, neurogenesis, learning, memory, behavior

The prenatal migration of GnRH neurosecretory neurons allow human pheromones to effect GnRH pulsatility, which modulates the concurrent maturation of the neuroendocrine, reproductive, and central nervous systems, thus influencing the development of human reproductive sexual behavior and other behavior.

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Patent Application: Pheromones, LH, Neurogenesis

This patent application is predicted by the model I have been presenting for more that 15 years. It predicts an incredible advance in anti-aging medicine due to research on mammalian pheromones.

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Adrenarche and odor preferences

Preferences for the pheromones of others do not suddenly appear with pubertal changes in hormones. They develop from birth, and some interesting changes in our preferences occur at the time we begin to produce pheromones.

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