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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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Latest Activity: Oct 8, 2018

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Comment by PK on April 4, 2012 at 1:40am

Nicholas,

Thanks for the invite.  It may take me a week or two to get up to date on whats been discussed so far, and I am going to be traveling.

LID is one my all time favorite books and has been instrumental in my fruitarian choices.

Peace, PK

Comment by Nicolas on April 3, 2012 at 6:26am

Mayhap you'll join me on a sleep deprivation experiment sometime, Doc! (;

Comment by Richie Fruitbat on March 31, 2012 at 5:34pm

Thanks for the invite Nicolas! I've literally just started reading the book, but I'm in total agreement with it's central premise already, simply based on my own experience as a frugivore. A fruit based diet has definitely made my mind sharper.

I'm really excited about the theories presented!

Comment by Nicolas on March 28, 2012 at 12:27am

Nice to have you here, Swami. From reading your profile page, it appears you regularly engage in activities that may bear some relevance to LitD (other than a foli-frugivorous diet). Speaking of such techniques, I shall be posting a brief report on a recent sleep deprivation experiment of mine in the near future. Interesting effects, though not a practice I would readily recommend to anyone...

Comment by Nicolas on February 25, 2012 at 1:25am

Seeing a material through despite initial disinterest in the topics discussed, or apprehension regarding the conclusions of the discussion - a hallmark of an inquisitive, open mind?

Comment by Kimberry on February 24, 2012 at 12:03pm

I'm a quarter way through right now, should be done in a few days. :) I have to admit I didn't think I'd like the book, but it's got my interest.

Comment by Nicolas on February 22, 2012 at 11:58am

Thanks for joining us- eh, well, me! Any eventual discussions held here should prove interesting if not enlightening in useful ways...

Comment by Kimberry on February 22, 2012 at 11:29am

Reading the book right now. :) I'll have more to add when I'm finished with it!

 

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