The sight of someone in tears might make you feel concerned. But the smell of tears, researchers say, has a different effect. Apparently the tears sent a message that romance was off the table. This study offers some of the most recent evidence that people perceive all sorts of interesting things about one another through olfaction.
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Romantic love can feel pretty fantastic. When you love someone, you choose to nurture the first stirrings of attraction, feeding those early feelings and strengthening them to weather stressors to come. The work involved may not always feel easy. Yet many people find the reward — mutual, lasting love — well worth the investment. Safety is a cornerstone of loving relationships.
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At its core, We Believe in Dinosaurs explores the roots of our beliefs and worldviews by examining the relationship between science and religion. He is a documentary and narrative filmmaker interested in exploring the hidden stories and compelling characters that emerge when people pursue their passions. Of particular interest are the ways in which science and storytelling intersect, both in fiction and non-fiction. Monica Long Ross is a filmmaker and playwright.