Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Pherotones, Ethics and the Law.

Although I am passionately devoted to spreading the word about Pherotones, and their remarkable power to unleash sexual desire, I recognize that there is a debate about how sound should be used to influence behavior.

This Brain Blogger raises important issues on the commercialization of behavior-changing soundcraft.

I'm not ready to place Pherotones in the same category as "Hypersonic Sound,"" I believe the technology is totally different, but I do think these issues are worth discussing.

Let's let this be a discussion thread on the ins and outs of using Pherotones to get lucky.

Do we have a right to play with Pherotones?

Or is playing with Pherotones like playing with fire?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, Dr. Vanderhoof,

Let me play devils advocate.

Pherotones should be illegal.

They are too powerful to be trusted with the general public.

There is too much room for abuse.

11 January, 2006 12:13  
Anonymous Clayfoot said...

It's not like sounds, smells, or anything short of drugs is going to compel someone to do what a pherotone suggests. Even hypnosis is only a suggestion, not a command. Pherotones are a perfectly legitimate way to advertise your interest or intent to someone of the opposite sex.

07 February, 2006 12:36  

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