Once experts realized genes aren’t stable and can mutate, the human mind took off in multiple directions, some not so good.
Genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) have become popular, although not exactly admired.
Many of the plants and trees we grow have been forced selected. For example, I remember taking buds from trees that produced red apples early in the season. The buds were grafted into rootstocks so all the trees would produce redder apples.
I’m listening to a book by Paul Greenberg, Four Fish. He tells about his journey of examining salmon, sea bass, cod, and tuna. Greenberg tells about how the salmon in the Salmon River, located in Oswego County, New York, contained toxic levels of pollution in the past. Then he tells about how he caught a huge normal salmon later in life and was thankful to see the salmon naturally reverted back to being a true wild salmon, strong and healthy. It took a few generations but reversal back to normal was experienced.
It reminds me of the apple trees. After half a dozen years, some of the branches in the trees would revert back to the mother plant, with apples that didn’t get red very early in the season.
Nature is amazing. We can pray for normalcy. Genes can’t mutate to something abnormal with no recourse to normalcy because normalcy is the standard.
Nature mimics this spiritual truth in that light will always replace darkness.
From 21st Century Science and Health, “The redeeming power is not in a cell, a physical force, chemicals, or human mind. Matter/energy is a materialization of mortal mind. The process of mortal mind is such that it manifests itself but is eventually urged to its furthest limits, only to return to its original stance. Hybrid plants are a good illustration. A hybrid pushed out of its boundaries, will revert back to the parent plant. Matter will always surrender its claims when the perfect and eternal Mind is understood.”