I have a challenge for you, Ken. These findings are all based on medical research. Please find below a "profile" of a human trait that each person has one of, there are two distinct possible traits. Further, that the practice of this trait tends to conform with the inbuilt and natural trait desire -- though people could temporarily (for any number of reasons) change their behavioural trait to be that opposite their innate trait.
This data, BTW, is not controvertible. It is accurately reflective of the trait.
This trait majority/minority pair may have been, or maybe still is, anti-biblical. I don't know. You're the claimed religion expert.
Please tell me: What human trait do you think it could be that I've provided a description for?
Definitions of terms, if you don't have a dictionary handy, are provided at the end. If you have any questions, please reply.
DISTRIBUTION Stable bimodalism, behaviorally expressed. Majority and minority orientations. POPULATION Majority orientation: 92% DISTRIBUTION Minority orientation: 8% Minority orientation males: 9% Minority orientation females: 7% Minority Male:Female ratio: 1.3 : 1 (30% higher in men than women) CORRELATION Does minority orientation correlate with: Race? No Geography? No Culture? No Mental or physical pathology? No AGE OF FIRST BEHAVIOUR around age 2 ORIENTATION ORIGIN Is either orientation: Chosen? No Pathological? No ORIENTATION BEHAVIOR Can either orientation: Have external expression altered? Yes Have interior orientation altered? No IS THE TRAIT FAMILIAL? Yes FAMILIALITY PATTERN "Maternal effect" implies X-chromosomal linkage. PARENT-CHILD SEGREGATION Little to none. Trait of adopted (i.e. non-biological) children shows no relationship to that of adoptive parents, indicating a genetic influence. SIBLINGS HAVE INCREASED Yes. Elevated rate of the minority RATES OF MINORITY TRAIT? orientation in families which have other children with the minority orientation. MONOZYGOTAL STUDIES Are monozygotal ('identical') twins more likely to share minority orientation? Yes MZ concordance for minority orientation in comparison (vs background rate): 12% concordance (vs 8% normal occurence) i.e. orientation is 1.5 times higher. "Maternal effect" -- tendency for trait to be more prevalent in occurence among the genetic mother of the subject. "Parent-child segregation" -- the study of whether any "parental effect" is a biological one, or an environmental one. If there was a parent-child linkage, it may be environmental through upbringing. To study whether this is biological or genetic, we can observe the familial structure where parents are *not* genetic parents in both directions (i.e. parent(s) having trait, children not having trait, or vice versa). "Monozygotal concordance" -- the chance that a co-twin whom is from the same zygote (commonly misnamed 'identical twins') has the trait.