Thursday, July 24, 2008

Is this love that I'm feeling?

Today I was searching for some thing over the web to know what is love and what is the science behind love, and I found something really interesting. Below are the links check out, really cool stuff:

The Science of Love

There are three phases to falling in love and different hormones are involved at each stage
Events occurring in the brain when we are in love have similarities with mental illness.
When we are attracted to somebody, it could be because subconsciously we like their
Smell could be as important as looks when it comes to the fanciability factor. We like the look and smell of people who are most like our parents...

Audio: love at first sight
The three stages of love
The science of flirting

What makes you fancy someone?
Does love drive you mad?
Sensual signals
Quiz: can you match the couples?
Vote: do you believe in love at first sight?


Is this love that I'm feeling?

When she was just 16, Aubrey Bascue was sure she had found the man she was going to marry. Whether she was with or without her boyfriend, he was constantly on her mind and bringing a smile to her face.

I was really happy. I thought he was the total package,” says Bascue, former KU student. Those feelings of extreme joy turned to excruciating pain, though, as the couple’s seven-month anniversary approached and they faced a break-up.


Science Reveals a Sure-Fire Way to Fall in Love

All right, so it's not nuclear fission. But it's not chopped liver, either, and news that love is being created in a laboratory should be greeted as a major breakthrough -- especially by those who aren't sure it even exists.

"We can make people practically fall in love," says psychologist Arthur Aron, who is conducting these experiments at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

I pressed him for details, thinking of lonely singles who would give anything to know how to make someone almost fall in love with them.


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