(New York Times)
“We have shown that a single gene in the fruit fly is sufficient to determine all aspects of the flies’ sexual orientation and behavior,” said the paper’s lead author, Dr. Barry Dickson, senior scientist at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. “It’s very surprising.”
“What it tells us is that instinctive behaviors can be specified by genetic programs, just like the morphologic development of an organ or a nose.”
Like I’ve mentioned before, God sure works in mysterious ways.