Cranial Nerve Zero- The 13th Cranial Nerve

Several tests have been conducted to provide evidence that Cranial Nerve Zero is responsible for our responses to pheromones.  The 13th cranial nerve known by the name Nervus terminalis or Terminal nerve is most often destroyed during dissection procedure making it unavailable to our sense of vision. This made the existence of Cranial Nerve Zero disputed and we don’t see this in our medical textbooks till date. Cranial Nerve Zero was first discovered by German Scientist Gustav Fritsch in 1878 in brain of sharks. After that scientists found this nerve in whales. Whales are such animals which through evolution have … Continue reading Cranial Nerve Zero- The 13th Cranial Nerve