Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[Opposing eugenics] we (Hirsch, Harrington & Mehler, 1990, Educational Theory 40) contrasted the unjustified arrogance of those advocating eugenic policies with ethical scientist David Suzuki's sober assessment of actual knowledge: "....billions of dollars of research money have been spent on [studying Drosophila....But after all that investment and knowledge we still don't know how the fruit fly survives through the winter. We don't understand how a fly's egg transforms itself first into a larva and then into a pupa....If scientists learn anything from their studies, it would be how little, not how much, we know."

J.HIRSCH, 1990, Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive 10.

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