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The sense of smell is closely related to memory, which is why the smell can evoke even long-forgotten memories. But does the record of events, which is recalled in our memory, to the extent of an almost real experience, cause the effect of feeling the smell? I do not mean a reminder in the way, for example, how the peaches smell, but the real sense of smell in the air, which disappears after a while, when the memory disappears.

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