Nor does this disprove it. Your parents could have given you preferences that they carry but do not have themselves. This would be similar to a child who inherits a disease from a carrier.If I'm correct about my family's types being:
This would mean each of us is a different MBTI temperament. Not much for proving genetics are related.
The deficit of NTs are the byproduct of our society neglecting knowledge and other NT values/desires. However I neglect the genetic theory as I have yet to find another NT relative. I am for nurture.I don't know if you can or can't either. I'm just trying to see if my theory can hold up or not. It would be (to me) very interesting if somehow MBTI actually was genetic and you could map it out like any other genetic trait. Personally I'd like to see how to make more NTs in the world. We still have a lot of things that need to be created, invented, and analyzed... In my personal opinion, we don't have nearly enough NTs. If MBTI were actually genetic... maybe we could just bake up a fresh batch.. and then make more!!!
Inflation is the decrease in buying power of our dollar. You are suggesting that more NT's will reduce the value of the individual NT. However, with an increase of curious minds exchanging ideas each mind (NT) will gain more and his value will rise more quickly than the production of more NTs. Like economic inflation, the real concern should be if real wages (NT individual value in this case) are rising faster than inflation (more NTs)Imagine, artificially inflating the ratio of NTs by genetics...science is the NT wheelhouse! If you did that the NTs would eventually eliminate all the other types through artificial breeding (with the exception of some of the more useful artisans and guardians) and the world would turn into one big geek out.