CBC - Mar 31 - For $199, Instant Chemistry offers two genetic tests based on a saliva sample, along with a psychological test. It then compares the results to others in its database to find potential matches it considers genetically compatible. But not everyone is convinced. Arthur Schafer, director of the Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics at the University of Manitoba, suggests people should focus on other characteristics such as looks and sense of humour. "Instead of spending $199, try kissing and snuggling for a bit", he says.