Collection of stories about the most intimate recesses of the human soul, showing a surprising link between biology and chemistry and psychological reactions, emotional man. How important it is for marriage is nitric oxide? What are the causes feelings of lightness that envelops man after the first confession? What effect on lymphocyte T4 can have love?
In the book, Janusz L. Wisniewski explains these and other dependencies, combining in a somewhat post-modern literary language of scientific code.
It is also a story about different kinds of love and death, hope and despair inspired by authentic human destiny. Shows portraits of unfulfilled lovers, parents helpless, unloved children, single fathers. Technological and scientific progress does not change their dramas.
Janusz L. Wisniewski born in Torun, Poland; trawler fisherman, computer scientist with PhD, chemist with DSc and author of bestselling books: Loneliness on the Net, Tenses Syndrome, Repeating Fate, A Private Relativity Theory, Molecules of Emotions, and Does the World Need Males at all? For the last twenty years he has lived and worked in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. On his web site he writes: “Lord, help me to be the person my dog thinks I am.”