Eugenics or selective breeding has nothing to do with evolution. While breeding for selected traits has had some success in animals, there is really no such thing as "man-made evolutionary changes." And, as to the survival of the fittest, where is Goebels today? In fact, where is that legendary Third Reich? Time now for you to be quiet and to take up study.
As far as selective breeding goes, it is a very well documented sucess in the animal husbandry, and horticulture industries.
Der Germans were attempting to breed superior genetic stock. Their failure should be seen as the failure of Darwinism. Does 2 and 2 make 4? Or does it make 22?
I feel sad for you that you failed to see the humor in a thread about school and the SP teacher. It was nothing personal. I dont even know you. Why should I?