How the Tattoo Industry Has Evolved Since the Early 1900s

You may be surprised to know that the history of body art dates back many centuries and has held an essential place in art lovers' lives. The tattoo industry has been through a riveting evolution, having been practised since early times.  So, where did the journey begin, how has this body art transitioned over the... Continue Reading →

The Genetics of the Transatlantic Slave Trade

Between the 16th and 19th centuries, approximately 12.5 million people were violently deported from their homes in Africa to the Americas by slavers. As current events have shown, the destruction of communities, cultures and families have had everlasting ramifications which are felt a century and half later. Some of the less tangible pains is the... Continue Reading →

A Russian Ancestor to Native Americans

Russian archaeologists in 1976 excavating the Ust’-Kyakhta-3 site on the banks of the Selenga River A. P. Okladnikov During the 1970's, a site called Ust-Kyakhta found between the Mongolian borders and the southern banks of the Lake Baikal, was excavated. The Russian team unearthed many stone and bone tools as well as ceramics, and reindeer... Continue Reading →

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