What is actually meant by "Survival of the Fittest", however, is that individuals with the capability to breed will pass on their traits rather than those that are unable. Fitness, in the sense of evolutionary theory, is the ability of an individual to breed. If an individual is dead or infertile, it has basically no fitness. If an individual has a favorable trait that will allow it to survive longer and thus breed more, it has a higher fitness than the individuals lacking that trait.
If people truly understood evolutionary theory, they would understand that variation of traits is more beneficial rather than a set of particular traits, at least in terms of natural selection. In this sense, natural selection/Darwinism is not a reason to "create a perfect race" or anything like that, because natural selection only works when there is some variety of traits.
Edit: I know that this wasn't exactly an answer. If I had to answer, I would say yes. As long as there is evidence to support it, there's no reason to suppress information. Something small could lead to something big.
edit on 29-12-2010 by PieKeeper because: (no reason given)