Aug 6: Mother Nature Mother Earth
We will explore the climate changes that have evolved throughout the history of Earth. How will any new climatic changes affect present day life as we know it? This program discusses global warming and cooling as well as tectonic activities that shape how we live.
Aug 13: Seven
We will take a look at the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World that were compiled by various authors as tour guide books during the Hellenistic Age. Seven Wonders of that Ancient World refers to remarkable constructions of classical antiquity such as the Great Pyramid, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and Colossus of Rhodes.
Aug 20: Nature’s Wonders
We will examine the 7 natural wonders of the world. This is part of the Wonders series. Some of these wonders will include, the Great Barrier Reef, Grand Canyon, Northern Lights, and more. The seven natural wonders of the world were compiled by CNN. The mission of Seven Natural Wonders is to promote and protect the natural wonders.
Aug 27: Lost Cities
We will explore what lost cities are, through ancient ruins, myths, legends, and folklore. Some of the interesting lost cities we will examine are Petra, Camelot, Atlantis, Pompeii, Cliff Palace of Mesa Verde and many more. Not all of the lost cities we will examine have been discovered.