Genetic Memory

I am a video game player. I enjoy my games. It gives me something to do that lets me escape the real world and relax after a stressful day at work. I am currently playing a unique game called Assassin's Creed. You play Altaïr , a member of the Hashshashin sect (the original "assassins"), whose … [Read more...]

Ancestry DNA

As the news mentioned last week, Ancestry has opened it's DNA area. I've been a user on Ancestry for many years and I also have become involved in Genetic Genealogy via the National Geographic study and also Family Tree DNA. So, I was more than happy to test our Ancestry's system. It was easy to … [Read more...]

Hanging Out My Genes

I saw a show on the National Geographic channel a few years ago about Genetic Genealogy, or Genetealogy as the cool kids call it. It really interested me. I've recently become more interested in world history, especially in the areas of my ancestors and how they lived (This would've been helpful in … [Read more...]


There are some interesting articles over at the National Geographic's Genographic news site. First Americans Arrived Recently, Settled Pacific Coast, DNA Study Says Rare African DNA Discovered in White British Males Skull Is First Fossil Proof of Human Migration Theory, Study Says I find … [Read more...]

Zalewski? Inquire within.

Ok, all of you Zalewski people out there, want to find out as much information as you can about the Zalewski surname and where it comes from? Is your Zalewski ancestor related to one of the many Zalewski families being researched by others? With advances in genetic testing, genealogists now have … [Read more...]

Interesting Links

Here are some interesting genealogy links for today. I'll try to do this every few days. Celebrity Family Trees - Great selection of celebrity trees. This is how I found that that I'm probably connected to Robert Goulet. Oooh. National Geograhic's Genographic Project - A great site on the … [Read more...]

Genographic Project

Speaking of genetics and genealogy, I caved a bought one of those DNA tests from National Geographic for their Genographic Project. I find the tracking on ancestors and evolution via DNA very interesting. It turns out that I am part of the Haplogroup R1a which are believed to have been nomadic … [Read more...]

Irish Descendants

There is a cool story over at MSNBC stating that a lot of Irish men descend from one Irish king from the 5th century. It's similar to Genghis Kahn and his 16 million descendants. DUBLIN, Ireland - Scientists in Ireland may have found the country’s most fertile male, with more than 3 million men … [Read more...]