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Martin Sanders – one half of lovely UK e Harmony success couple Morwenna and Martin – kindly wrote us a blog about their trip to New York for the e Harmony 10th anniversary celebrations.

As researchers Nadia Wagner and Adam Jasper observe, the difficulty with communicating smell is not due to the subjectivity of perception but in describing it in language.

This is evident in the English language, which has no specific vocabulary to describe smell and approximates olfactory experience using adjectives borrowed from the other senses.

When I was first approached by Dateline for this story, I was told it would be about the science of love. Can there really be a science to something that is supposedly all about feelings and emotions? On the other hand, if there’s some kind of formula for falling in love, then wouldn’t that solve a heck of a lot of problems and give us the opportunity to end up with our happily ever afters?

Out of pure curiosity and the desire for adventure I agreed to participate.

The clever i Phone app, developed by a British team, has already proved a success with thousands of people signing up for a trial version ahead of its launch on Friday, just in time for last-minute Valentine’s Day plans.

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From here, the signals are fed into the limbic system, where emotion and memory are processed, before finally passing into the language-processing frontal cortex.

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But what started as fun and games, exploring this Pandora’s Box called Love, turned into the realization that despite having access to science that can suggest our best match, we still run up against the ‘human factor’ – we all have expectations.

As a society, we have been imbued with the desire to want to ‘find love’ or ‘fall in love’.

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