Melanin is a chemical. Melanin can be found in animal fur, fish scales, bird feathers, microorganisms, and cephalopod ink among other places. Most people equate melanin with human skin, hair and eyes. Like any chemical melanin has a dollar value. There are at last two methods through which melanin can be extracted from the ink … More How Much Is Melanin Worth In 2020?
To date no one has provided any proof to support the claims of melanin thieves. Furthermore, no one has shown why would it be necessary to kill people for melanin when melanin can be extracted from human hair SUSTAINABLY. In essence a person can cut their hair, sell it for the melanin content and then … More I defy anyone to prove Black people are being killed for Melanin (especially since melanin can be extracted from human hair)
This is your melanin value update for the year 2019. Melanin, the aromatic bio-polymer and organic semiconductor found throughout the living kingdom is currently worth $428 $445 a gram. Gold is today worth $41.39. That means melanin is worth over $395 a gram more than gold. Though the melanin being sold is extracted from the … More [BREAKING NEWS] Melanin Is Worth $428 A Gram (Update: Melanin Is Worth $445 A Gram)
The dollar value of melanin has increased since January of 2018. As of November 2018 melanin is listed as being worth $419.00 a gram (UPDATE: as of January 2019 it is worth $428 a gram.) That represents an increase of $12 in less than a year. A question that comes up is “why is melanin … More [BREAKING NEWS] Melanin is worth $419.00 a gram (Update: Now It Is Worth $428 a gram)
Is melanin’s value a thought bomb? These are fascinating times we are living in. Melanin the aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor that makes Black people black is worth $428 a gram. Melanin is more valuable than gold, more valuable than silver, more valuable than palladium, more valuable than platinum more valuable than rhodium. Are the foregoing facts … More The Melanin Thought Bomb
The Oduno Scale was “gratefully” named for Tarik A. Oduno. He is so honored because, he had the presence of mind to ask us a question which led to the scale’s creation. While we were still gathering our awareness around the idea melanin, the aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor that makes people black is worth … More What is the Oduno Scale?