Scientists have finally devised a way to tell if a woman is faking an orgasm. At least that's how we chose to interpret the data. Psychology professor Barry Komisaruk recorded a woman's brain activity in a series of functional MRI snapshots of the moments leading up to and during orgasm. They took the images and animated them with colors representing the levels of neurological stimulation—dark red was the lowest while white and yellow were the highest. They found that when she achieved orgasm, her entire brain was activated, a phenomenon exceeded only by an epileptic seizure. See their hypnotic results here.
Scientists recorded a woman's brain activity at the moment of climax and turned it into a fun animation.