Science Still Hasn't Quite Figured Out How Pheromones Work [VIDEO]
May 19, 2014 11:25
There's been a lot of talk about the power of pheromones, and how these chemical signals are designed to trigger sexual desire in potential mates. But is that all that pheromones are good for?
In this TED talk, British zoologist Tristram Wyatt points out on how that these chemicals are still very much a mystery to the scientific community, and why more research needs to be done. For more, watch the clip above.
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