Even though we live in a scientific age, some aspects of the human body, such as mortality, will always be a mystery to scientists and medical professionals. Given how intricate our bodies are, this is not surprising.
Everyone has heard of the sixth sense and the “power” to foresee future events. Some people can predict when they will die. According to scientists, their bodies decompose after a person passes away.
A putrid and noxious smell is produced. This fragrance is recognized by people instinctively. According to Arnaud Weisman of the University of Kent’s School of Psychology in Canterbury, UK, and Ilana Shira of Arkansas Tech University’s Department of Behavioural Sciences in Russellville, AK, humans can detect odors, just like animals can, and it is essential for species survival.
According to several of the trials conducted by these two researchers, when people smell putrescine, they flee just like animals do when they perceive danger and flee. Creepy, huh?
In any case, smells do make people more aware of their surroundings. S*x pheromones, which attract individuals to one another to mate, are another illustration.
Putrescine, however, is distinct from pheromones and appears to be the opposite of se*ual pheromones. The majority of the time, according to researchers, people are unaware of and do not associate dread or death, but is this the case?
It is frightening how someone might “experience” the scene of death as if it were not real, but we should note that human bodies and minds are unique, making it difficult to understand all of them fully.
Do you genuinely believe that someone can sense the scene of death?
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