All processes of evolution (as far as we know and understand them) are based on the meaningful value of evolutionary differences, not on the regurgitation of stifling commonalities. And while 99.9% of our DNA is the same, the unique sequencing of the 0.1% of our DNA is precisely responsible for why we all look, behave, and act differently.
Inequality is what strengthens the development of our evolutionary renewal and longevity, where our commonalities would stifle our evolutionary progress.
Innovation, taking advantage of the inflection points of man’s evolutionary prowess, is dependent on the merit of our meaningful differences. The merit which allows us to evolve to the best of our ability, and remain in tune with a dynamic equilibrium with nature.