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simply by controlling its sense of smell. By tweaking genes to disable certain functions of the olfactory bulb — the area of the brain that receives information about smells directly from olfactory receptors in the nose — the researchers were able to create a “fearless” mouse that does not try to flee when it smells cats, foxes and other predators.
Originally posted by winchester_rayn
I'm okay with greys to a certain degree; it's not 'them' that I'm scared of but more of their appearance...
I've always had an innate fear of non-human creatures that resemble the human form, im which their figure is all twisted & weird - like typical grey pictures *shudders*
Also, looking at their face is like looking at/ talking to someone wearing sunglasses. I hate that >.<
(insert pic of paris hilton here lol)
=] star + flag
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Mr Green
Mr Green, wanted to mention your point about the eyes. In a book written by Col. Phillip Corso he mentions those black lenses, found in the debris at Roswell...and they were the inspiration for the development of night-vision technology....
Originally posted by prevenge
Jim Sparx said that he was watching the little manufactured drones do their thing...
and he noticed how robotic they were.. and just said to it "do you even KNOW you EXIST??" and it went into this kind of short-circuit feedback-loop repeating a minute movement over and over and over..
and the tall "white" gray came over and lokoed at himand said DONT do that!"