The Genographic Project is a scientific attempt made by explorer Dr. Spencer Wells to answer fundamental questions about where we originated and how we came to populate the Earth.
Besides Dr. Spencer Wells, there is huge team of international scientists who are using latest genetic and computational technologies to analyze historical patterns in DNA from participants around the world to better understand our human genetic roots. The Genographic Project is nonmedical, nonprofit, and all results are placed in the public domain following scientific peer publication.
The experts behind The Genographic Project have developed a new test kit, called Geno 2.0, which enables anyone to participate in the Genographic Project to discover amazing facts about their own ancestry-grand grand-fathers back old history; where didthey first live ? How did they manage their living, were they hunting societies, agriculture ones ? Did they travel away from their home towns ? if yes, why on earth had they done so ? Had they suffered misery or shortage of food and water ? The Genographic Project is trying to answer all of these questions and more .
The project seems promising and unique, especially the experience of discovering who we are ? where our grand grandfathers come from ? of course through a special test of DNA. Meanwhile, Dr. Spencer Wells has come up with a great scientific breakthrough where compared this DNA test to a time-machine journey back in time to see our ancesters lifestyles .He said that we posess a time-machine miracle within our bodies, this miracle our blood.
As far as I am concerned, I congratulate Dr. Spencer for this scientific breakthrough and I add that if he believes our blood is a time-machine that would let us travel back in time to see the way of life our grand grandparents used to live, I therfore would like to thank the blessing education, which is not just a time-machine for me, but it is also the salvation ship that would save us from the dark nights of miserable alphabetism and ignorance.
Live long science and education.
from : https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/about/