In Horror English movie Halloween II (2009) movie, Dr Loomis who once taken care of Michael Myers and conducted a press meet to say this words:

Dr Loomis: So it is the fate of all of us to direct our first sexual impulses towards our mothers and our first murderess hatred against our fathers. Now, in Michael's case, I became the surrogate father. The last father in a long series of fathers. Well, has anybody got any questions at all? Yes, sir. Yes. Please.

Reporter: You never really made it clear whether you believe it was nurture or nature that contributed to Michael's condition.

Dr Loomis: I would like to answer it, in part, by quoting the great George Bernard Shaw with a little Loomis twist at the end. He says: "In the arts of life, man invents nothing. But in the arts of death, he outdoes nature herself and produces, by chemistry and machinery all the slaughter of plague, pestilence, famine" and Michael Myers

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The long-running nature versus nurture debate is about whether human behaviour is determined by the environment, either prenatal or during a person's life, or by a person's genes.

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