Could New Oxytocin Spray End War | NEMO Inspires Hugs in Men

RoseTracker| Men want to cudde? No way! Scientists at Germany’s Neuromudiation of Emotion — NEMO — have developed a new spray using the hormone oxytocin to stimulate affectionate hugs in humans.

While it was developed to give men more emotional empathy, I say stock up America’s drones and blanket the Middle East. The 24 study participants — men not rats —  who received the oxytocin found the levels of sensitivity usually found in females.

This development could be the most important weapon for peaceful coexistence on the planet ever imagined. Let’s start with the Israelis and Palestinians. Alright, the Taliban, then. Al Qaeda. Dick Cheney. via Daily Mail