The genetic lineage of Genghis Khan-like leaders throughout history

It’s believed that 0.5% of all people alive today or millions of people are descendants of Genghis Khan – the founder of the Mongol empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his demise. Research now shows that his prolific breeding wasn’t alone in history after another ten huge genetic lineages were discovered. Their founders lived between 2100 BC and 300 BC.

Crowdsourcing space data to find Genghis Khan’s Tomb

The long sought resting place of Genghis Khan might be finally discovered, using space based technology. The grave of the great conqueror may be found by crowdsourcing satellite data.

Genghis Han killed so many people, that it was actually good for the environment, new study claims

Genghis Khan might have been the greenest invader of all time – his bloody conquests killed so many people, that in their path, huge swathes of cultivated land returned to forest, eliminating a huge amount of carbon from the atmosphere. When some 600 years after your lifetime, people don’t refer to you by your real name, but by a name