When you see somebody for the first time, your brain fires off so many synapses, and your senses process so much information in an instant that you basically know whether you're attracted to somebody in just seconds. Ted-Ed explains the science behind this, and it all boils down to which mate has better reproductive qualities for your future offspring, or, better put, who you want to bone.
Science Explains How Romantic Attraction Is Just About Sex
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