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I disagree that "love is nowhere", if you mean it in the sense that it cannot be found.
Aha, Chemical but mysterious then?
Nah, we're just reacting through the stimuli, intelligence, fantasies and our expectations does the rest. Pavlov
Where are the evidences?
Nah, I won't fall back on the negatives here. I'm in fact positively sure that we are all neurotransmitted...It's a little enervating when coming to near electricity but mostly it works And I can see that you take the subject most serious, which is as it should be. But there are already studies and brainscans done on subjects that have localized where 'love' is situated well, according to those scanning at least There seems also to be some sort of 'three year limit' if I remember right(?) to the activity in that area. Can't, and won't, swear to that though. It all depends, love change shape the longer you live with someone.But who knows Ethos, I like your idea better than mine here, from a aesthetic perspective.
Ethos, we are discussing the mysteries of all times here Undying love, a very nice concept if true.Perhaps the only thing needed for it is loyalty?And some sprinkle of honesty of course, towards yourself and your partner.
Is there anyone more than me that can hear the 'thought police' knock on the door, soon in every home?http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/science/jan-june09/love_02-13.html [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]
Ah well, we just have to raise ourselves above it, eh, Ethos
Well, don't give up yet.Love is very much a 'imaginary' concept, and it seems to me that much of our living is done through our imagination. It's us introducing new meanings to SpaceTime. And that's one step further than just copying from nature.
Is saying "get a room!" still funny? 
I'm very sorry Ethos. Now please, carry on your discussion.. it's getting hot. 
Eh?What?'Looking around' And what sort of room are we referring to here?