Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"{The results of my word association experiments} gave me an interesting and unexpected view of the number of the operations of the mind and of the obscure depths in which they took place, of which I had been little conscious before. The general impression they have left upon me is that which many of us have experienced when the basement of our house happens to be under thoroughly sanitary repairs, and we realize for the first time the complex system of drains and gas a water pipes, flues, bell-wires and so forth, upon which our comfort depends, but which are usually hidden out of sight, and with whose existence, as long as they acted well, we had never troubled ourselves."

GALTON, 1883, Inquiries into Human Faculty.

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