'Scientists for Love' Uses the Human Senses to Find Perfect Couples

By: Christopher Magsambol - Aug 10, 2015
References: summerworks & thestar
Speed dating has been turned on its head with a new sense-inducing experiment. 'Scientists for Love' believe it has found the solution for finding your true love -- through using your senses in awkward and funny ways when interacting with the opposite sex.

The point of the exercise is for participant to enlist their senses of smell, touch, and sound as the basis for choosing their preference. The experiment starts from a top secret location where both the men and women will first be blindfolded.

One activity forces participants to read the alphabet out loud -- putting one's hand up indicates they like the sound of that person's voice. An example of a scent test would be done by opening up a Ziploc bag with your partner's scent in it. All participants are observed and are studied by Scientist for Love.

After the experiment ends, all participants are brought to a bar to mingle and await results of their unorthodox speed dating experiment.