Book tells story of melanin’s dollar value

Not just “pigment” or “color,” melanin is an aromatic bio-polymer and organic semiconductor presently worth over $380 a gram more than gold. CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, BBC, Aljazeera, RT, BET, Ebony, JET, The New York Times or The Washington Post among other media outlets seem incapable of ever even mentioning that fact. What else is it they don’t know? Is it possible a new era has begun with melanin being worth more than gold and people who claim to be the source of all knowledge missed the boat? The easily verifiable facts found in “Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold” trace the path from melanin being observed as worth more than gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium and coltan combined to an undeniable conclusion: a shift in power is underway. Your guide can be only one man: Nnamdi Azikiwe. Who else knows how the lynching of 154 African American women in America revealed the mind-altering fact melanin is worth more than gold? How the connection is made between the 100th anniversary of the Red, Black and Green colors of Africans at home and abroad, melanin having a dollar value and the potential for the Afric (official currency of the African Union or United States of Africa) to be worth over 2 1⁄2 times the U.S. dollar it becomes clear “a change has come.” A different perspective from the one presented elsewhere shows the boundaries of might are falling amid an awakening taking place as you read this.

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