The article “Is Eugenics Happening Today?” and the story “Brave New World” explore the dystopian element of eugenics and process of natural selection. The D.H.C is a commanding presence in a world where the family unit has been destroyed and the “bokanovskified egg will bud, will proliferate, and will divide. From eight to ninety-six buds, and every bud will grow into a perfectly formed embryo”. Huxley in a Brave New World is trying to illistrate that there is difference between doing what one person thinks is right compared what is right for everyone. Instead of letting everyone make their own choices the D.H.C. controls every aspect of their lives down to the length of a personal relationship. In “Is Eugenics Happening Today?” they talk about how Eugenics can lead to the “eradication of diseases like Down Syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and hemophilia” but almost always leads to genocide. The author in this article realizes the tremendous risk Eugenics poses and warns of potential problems. But the author really just wants to point out how easily things can turn from genetic research into genetic control. Eugenics can be used to help get rind of debilitating diseases like Down Syndrome or cystic fibrosis, but other times it can lead to fifteen thousand children from one embryo. Eugenics is a slippery slope towards genocide and mass murder, that needs to have a stopping point before all choice is taken away.