To support their algorithm, Pheramor cites a famous 1998 study—appropriately called the “sweaty T-shirt experiment”—that found that women were more attracted to the scent of men who had the greatest genetic difference from them on a specific chromosome. And while specific pheromones are known to trigger specific responses in animals from bees to squid, scientists have yet to isolate them in humans, and according to Smithsonian Magazine, a review of scientific literature on the study of pheromones “found that most research on the topic was subject to major design flaws.” Pheramor isn’t the first app to prey on people’s scientific ignorance—Singld Out and Instant Chemistry are both dating companies with the same basic premise.
Pheramor DNA-Based Dating Using 'Attraction' Genes Attracts Questions
Suggested USA FTC investigate Instant Chemistry Inc. and Gemetrics for SCIENTIFIC FRAUD, misleading statements, false claims, overpromises.
HOAX ALERT! Today: DNA Romance http://onlinedatingsoundbarrier.blogspot.com.ar/2017/09/dnaromance-introduces-chemistry-to.html
HOAX ALERT The Genetics of Love: Designing the perfect match through DNA
ANOTHER HOAX "Pheromone Parties"
Basisnote / free online test (DiscoverYourScentType)
See my reviews of: Basisnote (2009), GenePartner (2008), ScientificMatch (2011)
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about DNA matching Instant Chemistry and SingldOut partnership