In the groundbreaking documentary ‘The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey’, geneticist Spencer Wells examines the universal genetic patterns of all humans alive today and reveals an amazing discovery – that we are all descendants of a single man who walked the Earth over 60,000 years ago.

This remarkable finding was determined through Wells’ in-depth analysis of DNA samples taken from individuals across the globe. After making this connection, Wells is able to trace back the entire history of human migration on Earth and show how our species expanded from a single source. This incredible journey includes extraordinary insight into how society has changed and evolved throughout its existence.

The documentary itself is an impressive production, narrated by Wells himself, using cutting-edge visuals and animation to bring his discoveries to life. Through multiple interviews, Wells shares his theories on where our ancestors originated, as well as how early populations spread out across the world. As he visits ancient cultures in Africa, Asia, Europe and more, viewers get a chance to experience first-hand how humanity’s roots reach far beyond any one culture or region.

The conclusion reached by Spencer Wells about our common ancestor is both fascinating and at times hard to comprehend – it is truly awe-inspiring to consider that every human being alive today can be traced back to one man who lived thousands of years ago. For anyone looking for an illuminating exploration into our shared past, ‘The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey’ provides an enthralling look at humanity’s origin story. It is sure to captivate audiences around the world with its insights into our collective heritage – so don’t miss it!