…we can smell like a dogs claims scientist!

Scientist from New Jersey's Rutgers University of America says that the sniffing power of humans is not less than dogs, rats and other animals! In a review published, neuroscientist John P. McGain told how he broke this myth that humans can not smell like dogs or other animals! John said, the truth is that humans are good at sniffing!

May 16, 2017
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So far, it has been believed that the smell of human beings is much less than dogs. But a scientist from New Jersey’s Rutgers University of America says that the sniffing power of humans is not less than dogs, rats and other animals. In a review published, neuroscientist John P. McGain told how he broke this myth that humans can not smell like dogs or other animals. John said, “the truth is that humans are good at sniffing.”

This myth was started by Paul Brock, a French physician in the 19th century. Paul researched the human brain and used to tell how it is different from animals. He argued that the large allfactor bulb (a part of the bulb’s shape in the brain) present in the brains of the animals help them to smell more and far, whereas the larger part of the human brain (frontal lobe)  keep away from the smell. Other scientists simplified their theory without having to test. After this, in 1924 an important textbook was told that due to the revolution of thinking of the human, the allfactor bulbs of their brain shrank and almost become useless.

Now Dr. McGain says that there are different problems for animals in different environments, according to which they have to fall. They say that we can do a lot with our nose. Like dogs, we can also reach scars following the scent (or smell). Some scientists also say that if a person has a scent of sniffing, he can also find his life partner through sweating, blood or urination. Anyone can also know the fear or pressure. Although there are no proven proofs.

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