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How to Check Out that Online Date

Internet dating can now be enhanced thanks to the latest upgrade of an online test relying on latest findings in neuroscience. This scientific test, now called BrainDesire, helps singles make better choices by tapping into their OWN BRAINS in order to find a compatible romantic partner. It lets you compare possible dating partners by giving a scientific clue about which one would be a better fit. The result is objective and cannot be influenced. With all the social networks on the web right now, NO WONDER there's a wi-fi "traffic jam" on the way! (or maybe you DON'T NEED a real person).

Recent research in brain science has shown that meeting the perfect mate instantly activates specific brain areas involved with desire and love. The brain knows if that person will arouse one’s reward system, and begins to anticipate. As soon as a person catches the brain’s attention and before conscious awareness, this automatic activation leaves a mark on the brain, a specific signature. This happens before entering into a relationship and even during a furtive encounter. The intensity of such brain activation reflects to what extent that person is a good fit for one's self. The website BrainDesire helps singles make better dating choices by quantifying this brain activation, which translates into the instant release of a cocktail of neurohormones, such as dopamine. Their immediate effect on cognitive and motor networks results in an identifiable pattern on reaction times that can be measured scientifically. The test is now available at www.braindesire.com.

Meanwhile, according to a new report which examines the projected disconnect between US wireless infrastructure capacity and consumer demand, wireless use is growing rapidly and if present trends continue, demand will often outstrip capacity, causing congestion--a "traffic jam" on the internet. So find your true love now--it may soon be too late!

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