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Return to the Brain of Eden

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' (called 'Return to the Brain of Eden' in its third edition), 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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Website: http://leftinthedark.org.uk/
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New Tony Wright Video Series!

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sleeping naked in the rainforest

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nighttime temperatures in the lowland nonseasonal rainforests worldwide seem to range from 22-26 degrees celsius, probably closer 22 degrees celsius.  according to johan forsberg of nordic busgcraft,…Continue

Precariousness? of fruit specialisation

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Frugivorous primates require a climate that meets very specific conditions.  Lowland nonseasonal tropics. Any disruption in those climate conditions could compromise the viability of fruit…Continue

human arborealism

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an important skill for a frugivore is the ability to climb trees.  in spite of our non-prehensile feet, humans are capable of impressive tree climbing skills, using various techniques, many of which…Continue

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Comment by Delight on August 26, 2012 at 8:47am

I am in the middle of reading this book!  So far it is amazing!!  I'm really enjoying it!

Comment by Nicolas on August 20, 2012 at 8:21pm
Comment by HandymanBananas on August 3, 2012 at 6:16pm

I just started my polyphasaic sleep experiment. I have had 3 sleeps. It is now 3:15 AM. I am doing 6, 10 and 2 pm and am sleeps of 20 minutes. I was originally planning on doing this for 2 weeks but things came up and I can only do 5 days. Right now I am really glad because I am F-N tired! And its only my 3rd sleep!!!

Comment by HandymanBananas on August 3, 2012 at 6:15pm

Thanks Jerome- I will read the wiki post.

Comment by HandymanBananas on June 13, 2012 at 12:18pm

ok- so here is an interesting one- has anyone heard of a sleep pattern that goes something like- sleep between 8pm-12am, rest in bed but awake from 12am-2am, sleep from 2am-6am. I can't find the science video of this anymore but apparently there is a culture that does this type of sleeping and people who try it say they have never been fully awake during the day until now (now being after applying this sleep method). Anyone heard of this? I would be down to try, but I would really like to get up for those 2 hours and write or something. It's a rather set of hours for the brain to be active.

Comment by HandymanBananas on June 11, 2012 at 10:48am

Thought I would let you all know if you haven't seen it- left/right brain TedTalks- pretty interesting.

"Jill Bolte Taylor's Stroke of Genius"

Comment by Nicolas on May 29, 2012 at 3:56am

Dandelion, if you'd like to, you could write about your experiences in the sleep deprivation thread we've got going in this group. I'm sure the others in the group here would like to hear of them. Possibly, a foli-frugivorous diet would enable you to better handle the sleep deprivation and/or change the experience of it for the better (should your insomnia remain in effect after having been on such a diet for a few years). (I don't know where you are in Canada, but Tony Wright will be near New York for the Woodstock Fruit Festival in late August, if you really would like to meet him.)

Comment by HandymanBananas on May 28, 2012 at 9:24pm

I don't think anyone here is scared of you. Don't fear judgement here. You are safe. I'm sorry you are not sleeping unintentionally. I can't imagine how that feels :(

Comment by HandymanBananas on May 28, 2012 at 8:43pm

Dandelion- are you saying you currently don't sleep much? Sorry I don't follow "maybe 4 hours..2 nights ago had 10, record breaking months". Do you only sleep 4 hours a night? I noticed you were on 30 bad when I went to bed and when I woke up at 130 am and it appears you posted this at about 330 am my time... why no sleep? Can you talk about "going insane"?

Comment by HandymanBananas on May 25, 2012 at 11:45am

in august i am planning a 2 week experiment with polyphasic sleep. i haven't read this book but will order it. awesome group! has anyone experimented with sleep dep or polyphasic?

 

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