A curious way of phrasing the question. There is no doubt that nature always has a distribution of variety across a spectrum, and it can be worthwhile to study the clustering of that distribution of variety. There are some basic axioms of statistical science that I dispute, but as statistics is a tool of generalization, I will say that it is generally useful, so long as one does not lose the trees for the forest. It can be utilized as a background on which to paint a far more unique and important foreground. The universe is patterned, and so study of patterns can be helpful, but of course I always want to know who is collecting the statistics as well. To the degree that statistics was developed by Liebniz, a philosopher I greatly admire, it probably bears many important fruits.