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“If there’s smell, it means that somehow air has been transported to where it shouldn’t go,” Morawska said in an interview.
After all, they have a much better sense of smell than do people.
Newly remote workers are experimenting with scented workspaces, and their potential to make hours with an Excel spreadsheet feel, or at least smell, more like a day at the beach.
For now, the study doesn’t touch upon the neural highways inside the brain that lead to conscious perception of smell—an obvious next question.
We could end up experiencing much of life alone at home, with no privacy, forgetting the importance of the touch and smell of cultural experiences.
One recent hint comes from a young radiographer who lost her sense of smell.
The way to settle the matter, Reynolds says, is to temporarily disrupt some birds’ sense of smell to see if the Lévy patterns disappear.
While there’s evidence that people can somewhat accurately suss out another’s infection by sight and smell, Michalak says sound was relatively unexplored.
Among people already diagnosed with coronavirus, loss of taste and smell, extreme fatigue, cough and loss of appetite proved the most predictive symptoms.
These pads give off certain smells that males can use to attract mates.

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