Yesterday, I flew to Fort Myers, Florida so I could deliver the final keynote address in the 2010-2011 Shell Point Speaker Series.
The title of my 50-minute talk was “World Mysteries - A Selection” and it covered my travels exploring over 50 countries and countless mysteries. In addition to showing photos from dozens and dozens of archaeological sites and world wonders, I focused on 4 specific mysteries:
I then finished with a brief discussion of where our world is today, how we can learn from the past, and what we must do to safeguard our future. During the post-talk Q & A, the audience asked some really interesting and creative questions about my travels and opinions on several topics. To finish the evening, I went to dinner with a small group of friends in The Explorers Club’s Florida Chapter. Overall, I had a fantastic time and want to thank the people at Shell Point for their hospitality!
Posted by ExplorerJosh on 04/15 at 09:33 AM
This is what I would have liked best:
“...a brief discussion of where our world is today, how we can learn from the past, and what we must do to safeguard our future.”
Form your show about the Amarna Period I learned Akenaten’s religion was not based on his piety but his developmental disability. And his people suffered a regression on at a skeletal depth. I was stunned. Thanks.
Akhenaten was a visionary, but I’ve always liked because he was not sexist, he prevailed almost on par with Nefertiti
Hello Josh, your talk sounds wonderful. Any chance of your coming to California to make a presentation at GHF? Livia, aka Mexrose
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