Petrichor is a project to create an audio-exclusive magazine delivering literary work produced by professional narrators and delivered to average listeners through fast and easy-to-access streaming.
pet·ri·chor 'pe?trikôr noun
a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather.
It’s derived from a pair of chemical reactions:
Some plants secrete oils during dry periods, and when it rains, these oils are released into the air. The second reaction that creates petrichor occurs when chemicals produced by soil-dwelling bacteria known as actinomycetes are released. These aromatic compounds combine to create the pleasant petrichor scent when rain hits the ground. Petrichor simulates our sense of smell to change the way we perceive the environment around us. It leaves us with a lasting impression. We believe good writing is produced in a similar process by releasing the feelings we have produced for a long time. When combined with other elements, it can simulate our brains to understand and feel things in a different way.
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