This group is for all who desire to investigate, or believe themselves to have understood, the effects (probably positive, but perhaps even profound) that foli-frugivorous diets can have on human neurology, especially that of our eventual foli-frugivorous progeny, as outlined in the book 'Left in the Dark', based on the experimentation and research by Tony Wright.
The idea is that members can discuss the validity and implications of the material, e.g. discussing whether or not the data adds up to conclude that mankind is deluded as claimed, and what personal and large-scale sociological effects might be expected if the neurology of our species could be restored as suggested.
For those who understand the premise to be valid, this is a platform for them to work together on spreading the message in effective ways.
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