Wikipedia defines gene pools for us: “A large gene pool indicates extensive genetic diversity, which is associated with robust populations that can survive bouts of intense selection. Meanwhile, low genetic diversity (see inbreeding and population bottlenecks) can cause reduced biological fitness and an increased chance of extinction, although as explained by genetic drift new genetic variants, that may cause an increase in the fitness of organisms, are more likely to fix in the population if it is rather small.” So there you have it.
Breaking up dormant and stagnant gene pools is very important. Some of my old family photos of relatives that drag their fingers when they walk and have seemingly not long ago lost their tails (no, not in a money deal… but a real tail… like a monkey) remind me of my own gene pool.
Many places seem stagnant and dormant in gene pools such as politics, media, entertainment, etc. but few seem as polluted and shallow as modern religion. As such, and unless, genetic diversity comes we should expect to see an ‘increased chance of extinction’ because ‘inbreeding and population bottlenecks’ to thought, practice and obedience will keep the pool shallow and murky. Release your prophets, O Lord.
“Repent, for the Kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Jesus