Thursday, November 15, 2012

Left in the Dark

An Interview with Tony Wright 
Author of the book 
'Left in the Dark'

Tony Wright discusses his theory of human evolution and explains how a unique form of symbiotic association with the hormonally rich sex organs of plants initiated a runaway expansion of the human brain resulting in rare traits such as high cognitive function and a profound sense of empathy. The breakdown of that unique symbiotic association brought the phase of rapid neural expansion to a sudden halt. The rare traits that were dependent on maintaining the association began to erode as the human brain began to revert to a more typical mammalian type.

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