According to what scientists currently say, humans have no instincts.
For example, baby sea turtles know to move toward the water from the shore where their eggs have been laid by nature. This is an INSTINCT. Humans, however, have no such natural behavior. All supposed instincts which some people may tell you, are not actually instincts, but simply learned responses to stimulus.
Correct, most of those are reflexes; which are not the same as instincts.
Humans DO NOT have instinct! We have response and learned response. Instinct does not exist in our DNA. As for babies squeezing a finger that is a response to something being in their hand. An instinct to squeeze a finger would mean that babies would run around and find a finger to squeeze and would not ever let go, unless forced. In which case they would then move on to another finger. As for "sucking" it is a response from their stomach being empty and telling the brain it is hungry. Read a book!
The following comment supporting the idea that humans have instinct is wrong.
[Sex is not a learned response. How did the first humans mate without the general knowledge of others? Because it's an instinct.]
Hominids (the first humans), did have instincts, because their ancestors (primates) from which they evolved and were still closely linked DO have instincts. Hominids retained some of the instincts from their primate ancestors. However, MODERN DAY HUMANS DO NOT HAVE INSTINCTS. This is a scientifically proven fact that is irrefutable. Any other comments that humans do have instincts are simply misinformed opinion.
-----Humans have lost instincts. Early hominids may have had instincts, for they were still somewhat closely related to primates, which do have instincts. However, modern day humans DO NOT have instincts.
No, humans adapt the environment to their needs. The result is called heated housing.
Pollution is the result of harming the environment in whatever way. Humans cause pollution, as well as nature, humans of course, are worse.
Animals effect the environment by consuming energy (Food) and producing a large amount of waste as a result, which can leave a huge impact on the environment. You can think of it this way, that us as humans have laws to protect the environment and we have different places for waste to be removed.
Instincts and learned behaviors are different because instincts are inherited behaviors and learned behaviors are taught behaviors (anything involving survival) to the offspring.They are alike because both of them result to survival, and they are both behaviors.
The natural environment around Coober Pedy has taken on an eerie moonscape-like appearance. This is a result of the mullock heaps formed by the opal diggings.
No, everything does not cause everything. For example, your bath will not result in me eating a sandwich; usage of my television won't result in your car running out of fuel.
Human bone size and structure are a result of the environment and
No, I don't think there is a carrying capacity for humans. Humans, like all organisms, can only sustain themselves and their populations by having access to the products and services of their environment, including those of other species and ecosystems. However, humans are clever at developing and using technologies; as a result they have an unparalleled ability to manipulate the carrying capacity of the environment in support of their own activities.
This might be genetics. It sees that everything that humans do is related the biology that is going on inside of them.
Everything is a result of it. It created the universe.
Plankton making less oxygen is one result of a sudden unexpected change in the environment.
Religious people believe that such a possibility is ridiculous. We see humans as being the result of creation by God.
Ozone thinning causes UV rays to enter the earth. they can cause various fatal problems for life on earth.
Death of the embryo.
The changing environment can result in extinction or evolution because it forces species to adapt. The adaptation of the species may result in physical change for survival.
The extinction of a type of shrimp
An introduced species is a species that is living outside its native environment. This happens as a result of humans, either accidentally or on purpose. They can cause damage to the environment that they are introduced into. One example is the black rat being in North America even though it is from Europe.
put your heart in everything you do - the result will give satisfaction for you and others.
cancelled everything.....so result won t come
c.preservation of the environment