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  • Why They Can't Identify Human Pheromones

    For a molecule to count as a pheromone, the behavior it elicits must be innate, not learned, and the chemicals must be able to signal anonymously to any member of the species, rather than providing an olfactory fingerprint of any one individual.
    https://cen.acs.org/articles/94/i46/...pheromone.html

    I often wonder how the scientific community manages to continue to deny the existence of human pheromones. It's definitions like this, that they must be species-specific instead of person/individual-specific. The whole marketing philosophy is built around us wanting to be the one and not just part of the herd.

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    "Pheromones" is a loose word it seems. Because no known chemicals can produce such an obvious effect of having a woman take off her clothes and bend over (except maybe evolve), or start ovulating on command we have chemicals that IMHO just put the idea in their subconcious.

    Whether we want to call these pheromones or not is upto opinion but I think the scientific community doesn't want something like this to become mainstream, and instead keep the general population skeptical and thinking phero companies are scams.

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    • #3
      Humans mate differently than most mammals, Our females don't show visible signs of ovulating and they aren't seasonal like most mammals. We don't wait around for Spring or Fall. On any day of the year, we could be in the midst of several women physically ready to mate. It's like we are looking for an apple in a basket of oranges. Only that apple is ready but it still looks like an orange. Its not like we are out at the mall with a bunch of dogs and cats trying to sniff out a human because its Fall and every woman we find is ready at the same time to mate.

      Thes scientists are STUPID!! lol They need to get off their stools and into the malls.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Muestereate View Post
        Humans mate differently than most mammals, Our females don't show visible signs of ovulating and they aren't seasonal like most mammals. We don't wait around for Spring or Fall. On any day of the year, we could be in the midst of several women physically ready to mate. It's like we are looking for an apple in a basket of oranges. Only that apple is ready but it still looks like an orange. Its not like we are out at the mall with a bunch of dogs and cats trying to sniff out a human because its Fall and every woman we find is ready at the same time to mate.

        Thes scientists are STUPID!! lol They need to get off their stools and into the malls.
        Because it's so much more concrete though in animals I see this as something more a psychologist, sociologist or psycho pharmacologist should study in more abstract terms.

        Human psychology at this stage has a problem with testing methodology, the current tests being run don't give us much useful info. If we could somehow reliably setup the same social interaction with pheros being the variable then that would be cool/useful

        Who wants to hire some actors? Lmao

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Muestereate View Post
          I often wonder how the scientific community manages to continue to deny the existence of human pheromones.
          Because for them earth is still a disk.

          Originally posted by Devin1Neil View Post
          "Pheromones" is a loose word it seems. Because no known chemicals can produce such an obvious effect of having a woman take off her clothes and bend over (except maybe evolve), or start ovulating on command we have chemicals that IMHO just put the idea in their subconcious.
          In my opinion pheromones are a communication medium on the subconscious level, nothing more. The pheromones are very important for the "first contact" the rest is up to you and only up to you.

          Originally posted by Muestereate View Post
          Thes scientists are STUPID!! lol They need to get off their stools and into the malls.
          Reminds me somehow to the nutty professor but I agree with you.

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          • #6
            I'm sure this article has made its rounds on the forum; however, I view it as fairly positive: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3987372/

            Note: all scientific articles will always say "more study required" or "more evidence required" - that's sort of the standard

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            • #7
              I think the word pheromone is often confused with aphrodisiac. While some pheromones are aphrodisiacs, not all are. The real definition of a pheromone is a scent that makes a female get on all fours and hoist her but up in the air. In lower animal their muscles are locked in that position. Obviously our women have evolved and are now able to twerk but they don't do even this for pheromones, That response seems to be related to public display rather than the sex act itself. They merely signal and can maintain conscious control. I'm afraid some men's definition of pheromone goes even beyond aphrodisiac and into the realm of date rape drugs. If the woman doesn't yield her conscious control over her body on the first whiff, they claim its not a pheromone and ineffective. I'm really speaking of some of the diehards over on pherotruth and stubborn scientists moreso than anybody over here.

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              • #8
                I think the word pheromone is often confused with aphrodisiac. While some pheromones are aphrodisiacs, not all are. The real definition of a pheromone is a scent that makes a female get on all fours and hoist her but up in the air. In lower animal their muscles are locked in that position. Obviously our women have evolved and are now able to twerk but they don't do even this for pheromones, That response seems to be related to public display rather than the sex act itself. They merely signal and can maintain conscious control. I'm afraid some men's definition of pheromone goes even beyond aphrodisiac and into the realm of date rape drugs. If the woman doesn't yield her conscious control over her body on the first whiff, they claim its not a pheromone and ineffective. I'm really speaking of some of the diehards over on pherotruth and stubborn scientists more so than anybody over here.

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                • #9
                  I envision pheromones similarly to this:

                  dump GIF

                  It's whether or not we resist the urge presented. The pull is there, but we can still say no....
                  You're never too old to learn NuTrix ^_~

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                  • #10
                    but do we say no?
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                    • #11
                      some of us call them pheromones, others the aura, others energy that surrounds them. either way u want to call it, its invisible and because it affects the physical and the soul realm. the evidence that it exist lies mostly in our personal experiences on what it does in us , others around us. i believe they are corelated pheromones in the natural physical real and auras in the spiritual realm.

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