Pheromones — the chemicals secreted in sweat and other body fluids — are believed to influence other people's behavior, including but not limited to sexual interest.So these parties match singles based on the smells they find most appealing.The latter sounds weird, but studies show body odor can be a natural sign of compatibility.“Much of our behavior is guided by sensory processing happening outside of our awareness,” said Heather Berlin, a neuroscientist at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and host of the Discovery Channel series cited 2010 research that found a sub-region of the brain’s dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, called the rostromedial prefrontal cortex, is “the part of the brain that calculates whether…someone is right for you.” Irish researchers found the instantaneous judgments we make about another man or woman “depend on a complex mix of evaluations about physical and psychological compatibility.”Sensory speed dating is similar to last year’s pheromone parties.Almost every major industry is consolidating, and this has created a large pool of people who are going to be displaced from their current employer.As we all know, when your livelihood is in jeopardy, it’s easy to feel desperate.There are too many crash-and-burn tales on the podcasts.
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It’s possible, according to Guerilla Science, a London- and New York-based company working to “revolutionize how audiences experience science.”Guerilla Science creates events and installations for its partners, collaborating on each one with practicing scientists in order to connect with people in new, inspiring ways.
Its latest project is an interactive form of speed dating dubbed “sensory speed dating.” It’s the speed dating (some) singles know and love, only it challenges singles to find their match based on one of the five senses.
Olivia Koski, co-founder of Guerilla Science’s USA chapter, told Yin she hopes the event gives people permission to play like children, meet new people, and explore their senses openly.