Many readers have written to inquire when and how they can view my TED talk from last week. Videos from the conference will be published one at a time and I’m not sure when mine will go up. 82 more words
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Oskulation. Kys er udveksling af kompleks sanseinformation. Læner De også hovedet mod højre som de fleste? Ny bog analyserer grundigt og muntert.
Sammen med omkring 90 procent af verdens befolkning har De utvivlsomt også erfaret, at kys kan være en ganske behagelig form for adfærd. 141 more words
The big day is finally here: Valentine’s. But after weeks (er, hours?) of planning, is the perfect V-Day smooch more science than passion?
On February 7, 2008, the writer Sheril Kirshenbaum posted a brief article called “The Science of Kissing” on a blog called… 2,099 more words
A good kiss helps the body. Author and University of Texas researcher, Sheril Kirshenbaum, details that kissing sends signals to the brain that, in turn, tells the rest of the body how to respond. 59 more words
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hey! I was reading DISCOVER magazine, december issue I think, and they were explaining how humans were actually the only known species to kiss when they showed feelings from one another… and that the only other species that somehow had a similar behavior were apes but they kissed only as excitement and they did not used tongue, it was just a pressed kiss… so are we the only animals that kiss passionately in order to show feelings such as love or are there other animals that also do such a thing?