--PCommon knowledge due to its very nature is not always published.
In any case, even if a source for the formulas is not cited, the plain English conclusions are nonetheless very obvious and deserve mentioning.
And now don't you go around removing the mathematical formulas for common knowledge also. --Amit , 8 April 2006 (UTC)Please note that the burden of proof for inclusion of material on Wikipedia is with you: see WP: V ,specifically "The burden of evidence lies with the editors who have made an edit or wish an edit to remain".
If you want to include this section, please provide verifiable sources that show it to be true.
It's also needed as a counterpoint to the MHC olfaction study, so that people don't confuse that with pheromones.
Under 'Organization' it goes: "Contact information cannot be traded during the initial meeting, in order to reduce pressure (especially on women) to accept or reject a suitor to his or her face." Why is that annotation in brackets there?I have provided a source for the item about Malcolm Gladwell's book, Blink and reinserted it.The others should be reinserted only if sources are also provided.He interviews other comedians, self help guru's & dating coaches.
The conversations are funny, sometimes dark, and very honest. Or just want some new friends to shoot the s**t with? Past comics from HBO, Comedy Central, Showtime, Roast Battle, Corinne Fischer & Krystyna Hutchinson from ' Guys We F*cked', Nikki Glaser, Brian Moses, Bobby Lee, Akilah Hughes, Andie Bolt from Bunker Buddies, Matthew Broussard, Erica Rhodes and more!The wording of that section explains right off the bat that the study was done by a TV newsmagazine, so it's already in the proper context, and there wouldn't be any purpose in changing "Olfaction and Pheromones" to some other title.