Comments:Study: Birds learn nest building
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|Instinct?||1||02:48, 29 November 2011|
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So does instinct exist or is it a theory, that explains the unknown and seemingly unexplainable, similar to spontaneous generation or god?
Interesting question. But, a poor point to argue for god.
A baby instinctively suckles when hungry and offered the opportunity. I think just about everything else, for humans, is learned.
So, when someone tells you a new device interface is intuitive, you can use b00bies as an appropriately humorous dismissal of the claim.
Practice makes perfect... Experience improves results.
I completely disagree with the whole gentic template comment. genetic variances still occur... look at writing for an example humans would technically have the genetic template to write yet some of us use our left hand others use their right. could that not be the same as these birds building left to right and vice versa. its a huge conclusion to jump to.