To quote Matt Ridley:
The discovery of how genes actually influence human behaviour, and how human behaviour influences genes, is about to recast the debate entirely. No longer is it nature versus nurture, but nature via nurture. Genes are designed to take their cues from nurture
Replace human for bee or for organism and I think the quote still stands. It is not that the behaviour of an organism is for the most part determined by it genes, or either that is is determined by it nurture.
Nurture will give direction, Nature will limit the abilities.
How much you'll train a dog, it will never be able to play chess. How much you'll train a toddler, it will never be able to have capabilities to follow a scent trail like a bloodhound.
OT: safari does support some emacs key bindings:
see for example http://www.danrodney.com/mac/
It might be easier to reverse this law:
Any photo that has not been manipulated should indicate that 'the photo was not altered in order to modify the appearance of a person.'
Might be a whole lot cheaper.