Scientist and explorer Wells takes readers inside the Genographic Project, the landmark study now assembling the world's largest collection of ...Show synopsisScientist and explorer Wells takes readers inside the Genographic Project, the landmark study now assembling the world's largest collection of population genetic DNA samples and employing the latest in testing technology and computer analysis to examine hundreds of thousands of genetic profiles from all over the globe.Hide synopsis
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I recommend this book be read not only by the truth seekers, but by any and every one! It seems as the misrepresented, and distorted history from the last 300 years has created so many problems! Its like the so obviously flawed history that were taught to us is now being exposed, and the real truth is being sadly mistaken as lies. This can only be reversed if we all take heed and seek the truth! I am sure many are content with the past and present lies, but there are some of us who for awhile now, the blinders have come off long ago!
If you are about to pick up a work of fiction, try a book like this instead. Huge insights into recent millenia of human migration, change, and culture. You will learn a lot. Spencer Wells writes well--although he drops names too much (Jared Diamond is really rather shallow, he is not an expert). Also, the color section of pictures of ethnic types does not identify them--for that, you have to go to the back where the pictures are repeated in B/W. No reason for the duplication, just bad book design.
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