1. Epigenetics is a discipline that studies numerous factors that determine how genetics manifests itself. For example, how events in a person's life can change the degree of manifestation of his genes and how these changes can be transmitted to the next generation. This is the process of epigenetics when DNA code does not change, and modificeres gene expression. Tiny tags are added to or removed from our DNA in response to changes in our environment, such as a jump through several stages of maturation, and more. These labels turn genes on or off, allowing a person to adapt to changing conditions without changing the genome itself. 

2. I became red when I was 11. I don't know how old was my people, but we both became red in a childhood. My great-grandmother was nine when her family starved to death. Her uncle had sold her to the family of a forty-eight-year-old man, whom she was obliged to marry as soon as she turned red. 


3. Marx to his formational approach to the development of society: the primitive communal system - feudalism, capitalism - socialism - communism inspired a certain person. His name was Henri Saint-Simon, he compared the historical process to the maturation of human and described five of his periods. Some nomadic peoples were forced to grow up. Provocation of early monthly and preparation for the earliest possible production of offspring along with a sharp transition of Central Asian tribes from their way of life to bureaucratic socialism stepped several socio-economic formations. In both cases, the processes are not carried out in a natural way, but with the intervention of external violent actions.