Your ordinary mad scientist
Happiness is raw physiological science.  Neurons fire in our brains every second of our lives.  These small cells work together like a symphony orchestra:  sometimes melodically flowing and pleasant;  other times dissonant and well, unpleasant.  If you’re fortunate,  maybe you can experience true happiness in your life - a wonderful bouquet of dopamine, serotonin, and a number of other itty bitty neurotransmitters that act to produce this indescribable feeling in your brain.  Whether it takes marriage, money, sex, food, or merely sitting in your car late at night talking to that special someone, I hope you find your true formula for happiness.  And without it, well, it can drive you mad.

  Don’t give up hope.  Sometimes the formula is just a little trickier to solve

YOMS

Happiness is raw physiological science. Neurons fire in our brains every second of our lives. These small cells work together like a symphony orchestra: sometimes melodically flowing and pleasant; other times dissonant and well, unpleasant. If you’re fortunate, maybe you can experience true happiness in your life - a wonderful bouquet of dopamine, serotonin, and a number of other itty bitty neurotransmitters that act to produce this indescribable feeling in your brain. Whether it takes marriage, money, sex, food, or merely sitting in your car late at night talking to that special someone, I hope you find your true formula for happiness. And without it, well, it can drive you mad.

Don’t give up hope. Sometimes the formula is just a little trickier to solve

YOMS