Interesting things I learn about in my free time
- Modern humans and their historical migrations from East Africa to the rest of the world is a subject that immensely interests me.
- What also interests me is their subsequent evolution, change in pigmentation, diversification of genetic codes, and the emergence of a plethora of unique civilizations and cultures.
- I find this interesting because I like to make comparisons between cultures and discover unique similarities between two ethnicities, and observe whether these similarities occurred through trade, genetic mingling and/or war.
Here's some of the resources that have inspired my interests in this subject since I was very young:
- National Geographic
- The History Channel
- The World Book Encyclopedia
- Online Sources
Here's a website on some fantastic discoveries National Geographic is conducting for their project.
You can contact me at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.