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|18th June 2003, 01:08 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Brian G. Turner
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Colour vision ended human pheromone use?
I find the concept of pheromone use very interesting. I thought I'd link to the following article, not least because of it's reference to loss of one sense in order to allow the develoment of another - in this case, colour vision.
But I'm interested in whether people think the article actually has it right. We may have a reduced ability to detect pheromones - but, essentially, we are still susceptible to them - yes? Or no?
Colour vision ended human pheromone use
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