Ten infants are placed on a deserted island - seven of them are white and three of them are black. They grow up together without any adults, without any influece of the people around them (yes, infants normally can not survive on their own, but lets say these are very intelligent infants, shall we?). The big question - will these children become rascist? Or will they not see each other's differences? What is true human nature - seeing what belongs and what doesn't or the opposite? These are the Infancy Trails.1
In order to keep the identity of these children confidental, they will be reffered to as a letter and number - W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, B1, B2, and B3. The children's I.D. letter is W if the are white and B if they are black. You, as the reader, may give them names if you please. 2
The following chapters are the stories of the Infancy Trails and their possible outcomes. Which one actually happened? You decide.