George KaoWhat I get from this article is that it is even more important to treat others, especially those who have less, with kindness and generosity, because See moreit is very likely not their fault.
Those of us who have more: we were born with genetic lottery. Meritocracy is mostly luck.
However, each of us does have a spectrum of success we can achieve, and ought to keep trying, and to encourage each other to fulfill our potential, whatever that might be in this life.
Melissa GilmourI took an epigenetic test recently with a new company on the DNA block, Chronomics, which is looking to pioneer epigenetic research to show that environmentalSee more and lifestyle (which is not so discussed in this article) is of as much influence as inherited and that we don't have to necessarily take what we inherit but there is a level of control we have over our outcomes. Agree with you @george kao, there is a spectrum of success we can achieve and I am really keen to explore and measure how I might be able to do this to love a longer, healthier and happier life. Waiting for my results but it's cool to actually participate in this pioneering research. I don't think we are in a place where Plomin can take this stance. There is not enough research.