Opposites attract dating website
This is an ingrained, evolutionary sense that can help them avoid inbreeding.And it's this evolutionary biology that DNA Romance bases its matchmaking services on.When a potential partner detects these signals (supposedly by smelling them), it creates 'chemistry'—an innate sense of attraction that can't be credited to your height, lack of debt or ability to play bass guitar.Some dating services have tried to play off this theory in the past.For instance, the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) is a genetic sequence that codes for proteins that play an important role in immunity.These proteins live on your cells and help the body identify foreign substances like bacteria and viruses. LOVE IS IN THE AIR, AND IT SMELLS LIKE SCIENCE DNA Romance is a website that promises to match you with potential partners based on your genes.
(Coincidentally, 58% of me is from Great Britain, 25% from Scandinavia and the rest is a smattering of 10 other genealogical regions. The very same photo I use for my author profile picture on this page, in fact.
Also, I now have a second cousin in Sydney.) Anyway, I took the raw genetic data file and submitted it to the DNA Romance website along with my personality type, my gender and my sexual preference. Then, for the small price of CAD9.88, I was introduced to my matches.
BY THE NUMBERS Your matches include everyone that you have a 70% or more genetic match with.
Why should I get out of my pyjamas and put make-up on and go outside and try to be charming when my genes could do all the heavy lifting for me?
Also, if this scientific approach to finding love doesn't work out, that's OK too.
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After all, if gorillas can use a dating app to find love, why can't I?