When I was younger, I used to think of myself as a “bio-pig.” I remember watching my mom, who is a biologist, work with the term “bio-pig.” She would use it to describe herself and other women, because she claimed that she was genetically programmed to be a certain way. But I think it’s a bit of a misnomer.
When I watched my mom and other biologists work, it was not biologically predetermined that they would all be different shapes and sizes. The difference between the shapes are actually the differences between the brains of different people. Although my mother does claim that she was genetically programmed to be a certain way, I think that she is a lot more fluid than that. She has a great deal of flexibility and is able to change her body’s shape from day to day and even her mind from day to day.
I think that the “biological” part of determining a person’s shape is actually more complicated than that. For one thing, it’s not really a matter of the brain being “programmed.” In fact, I think that the brain may actually be very hard-wired, and it may not even have to be genetically programmed. In fact, I think it is more like a genetic “program” that is hard-wired, and it may not even need to be genetically programmed.
I think the biological part is more like a programming that is hard-wired. I think that’s where we may find the reason as to why certain behaviors are genetically programmed. I think its more like a genetic programming that is hard-wired, and it may not even need to be genetically programmed.
In other words, your genetic code is more like a programming of your behaviour than the other way around. The biological code is almost certainly not hard-wired, but your behaviour is hard-wired. This is why we can’t change our behaviour, but we can change our behaviour.
This is one of the really great insights I’ve come across in my research: it seems that there are two kinds of learning. One is innate, which is not influenced by your learning environment and can be learned only by you. And the other is learned by your learning environment, and is influenced by your learning environment. For example, the child who learns to read by watching a parent read is most likely going to be influenced by the parent’s reading behaviour.
I think this is really an excellent insight. For instance, in the movie “The Book Thief”, we see how a child who isnt learning to read by watching a parent read can learn to read by seeing a parent read. The child who learns to read by watching a parent read is most likely going to be influenced by the parents reading behavior.
Learning to read is really a long-term process, and the fact that a child learns to read by watching a parent read is what causes that child to learn to read. There are many other examples, but this is just the one that comes to mind.
We see that the most significant reason that our behaviors are genetically determined are those that we are born with. Learning to read is one of those behaviors, but learning to read is very different from learning to drive a car or fly an airplane. We can learn to drive a car by watching someone else drive it, but we can never learn to drive by watching someone else drive it.
It seems like the only way to learn to drive a car is to drive it, and that’s why we can never learn to drive by watching someone else drive it. That is, you can’t learn to drive only by observing someone else drive it. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t learn to drive by watching someone else drive it. Learning to drive a car is a learned skill, but learning to drive is an innate one.