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Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......

 
Sceptic
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Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
When we see a baby Lion attack it's sibling, how does it know how to do this, is the answer instinct?

When a new born baby, is put at its mothers breast why does it suckle for milk, instinct again??


in‧stinct1 [in-stingkt] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun

1. an inborn pattern of activity or tendency to action common to a given biological species.
2. a natural or innate impulse, inclination, or tendency.
3. a natural aptitude or gift: an instinct for making money.
4. natural intuitive power.


If you were to replace the answers of the first two questions with, programming.

pro‧gram [proh-gram, -gruhm] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation noun, verb, -grammed or -gramed, -gram‧ming or -gram‧ing.
–noun
1. a plan of action to accomplish a specified end: a school lunch program.
2. a plan or schedule of activities, procedures, etc., to be followed.
3. a radio or television performance or production.
4. a list of items, pieces, performers, etc., in a musical, theatrical, or other entertainment.
5. an entertainment with reference to its pieces or numbers: a program of American and French music.
6. a planned, coordinated group of activities, procedures, etc., often for a specific purpose, or a facility offering such a series of activities: a drug rehabilitation program; a graduate program in linguistics.
7. a prospectus or syllabus: a program of courses being offered.
8. Computers. a. a systematic plan for the automatic solution of a problem by a computer.
b. the precise sequence of instructions enabling a computer to solve a problem.
9. to schedule as part of a program.
10. Computers. to prepare a program for.
11. to insert or encode specific operating instructions into (a machine or apparatus): We'll program the bells to ring at ten-minute intervals.
12. to insert (instructions) into a machine or apparatus: An automatic release has been programmed into the lock as a safety feature.
13. to cause to absorb or incorporate automatic responses, attitudes, or the like; condition: Our parents programmed us to respect our elders.
14. to set, regulate, or modify so as to produce a specific response or reaction: Program your eating habits to eliminate sweets.
15. to plan or write a program



Would it be possible to believe that we have prgrams to do certain things built within us?

Baby's can swim without being taught, things happen thay the answer 'programming' would be better than 'instinct'.

I think that this is possible and that it offers a decent explanation into how animals behave and indeed how humans behave, programing.
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
So, doesn't that indicate a "Programmer" ?


I have never met an atheist who could actually EXPLAIN why birds fly South for the Winter.Their survival depends on it, but they lack the brain capacity to understand why they are doing it.


What explanation is there, other than God ?
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
Humans don't have instinct.
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
What explanation is there, other than God ?
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Consider this site.

[link to www.coolquiz.com]
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
I think 'instinct' is genetic. It's been proven that fetuses mimic suckling while they're still in the womb and not exposed to external stimuli, so there definitely has to be some kind of genetic reason for it.
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
Humans don't have instinct.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 155802


Time to venture outside of the cave.
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
What explanation is there, other than God ?


Consider this site.

[link to www.coolquiz.com]
 Quoting: Manticore



Thanks for the link, but I think it proves MY point.

Logically,how could a bird fly THOUSANDS of miles away, and then later be able to return to its EXACT SAME nesting spot ?

This would be difficult for a HUMAN to do without maps, GPS, etc.

Not to mentions that birds have...well, a BIRDBRAIN.

God's plan explains it all.

Are we to believe that "Mother Nature" ( whatever that is ) endowed birds with an "internal clock" ( whatever that is ) ?
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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
Anyway, if they DID have an internal clock, at least it wouldn't be an

EXTERNAL CLOCK

like that idiot on "Flavor of Love".


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Re: Animal instinct???? How do humans and animals have 'instinct'......
Would it be possible to believe that we have programs to do certain things built within us?
 Quoting: Sceptic 156140

you're bang on the dot there. and further as another poster pointed out, programs do insinuate the existence of a "programmer".

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