Tuesday, November 11, 2008


What is that smell, you, uniquely you. According to a study, every person has a smell as unique to them as a fingerprint. Them smell does not change either. One day someone may uses your smell to identify you.


"Every person has a unique fragrance, similar to a fingerprint or DNA sample, which could be used to create a database of human scents, scientists said.

Eating powerful foods such as chili or garlic may change how we smell, but it does not disguise our underlying genetically-determined aroma, tests on mice have shown. Creatures who were given strong-smelling foods were still recognised by their peers.

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