Pairing and bonding

Does not every baby, whether human or animal (possibly bird too) know precisely which of the adults it encounters is its mother? I wonder how the babies do this. This question also applies to the obverse. For example, as seen on tv, penguins can find their offspring amongst the multitude of squawks and identical-looking young ones.

Is that through a sense of smell? If so, how sensitive can this be? Or, can it be the pattern of an alleged electromagnetic vibration and radiation of a sought individual being in tune with that of the seeker? A professor of anatomy at a prestigious American university claimed, through his research on allergies, that a certain level of dissonance between the vibratory radiations of an object (say, a rose) and a human individual would result in the individual suffering an allergic reaction. Could the opposite apply between mother and infant, triggered by the shared genetic influence? That is, is there a symbiotic resonance electromagnetically between infant and mother? In the event, could there not be a comparable resonance between an infant and its genetic father?

While smell or personal vibrations may explain bonding between an infant and its parents (it should be noted that Earth and everything on it vibrates all the time, each to its own rhythm), how explain pairing between adults? Does successful pairing involve compatible vibrations? Conversely, if marital stress reflects incompatible vibrations, could it be the case that vibratory patterns can be modified in time by changes wrought within one’s mind during a marriage?

Today, in Australia, the probability of a marriage breakdown is high. What happens to the psychic need of a young child denied the presence and comfort of its father through marital separation? With mothers who have to go to work, or who value their careers, what happens when an infant is left in the care of professional carers who cannot obviously provide that comforting smell or vibratory touch? Will the child grow up psychically deprived to some degree?