Lakeside Talks 2006

2006 SCHEDULE OF LAKESIDE TALKS AT BOHEMIAN GROVE

The most striking thing about this years schedule is that there is NO
listing for the 12:30 PM lakeside talk for the second Saturday, July 22. In the past the second Saturday usually features a special big wig with a scary topic and is often just listed as ³to be announced² so nosy outsiders won¹t know. So this has piqued our interest and hope by July 22 someone out there will share what they know. Here is a partial list of other talks this year:

Friday, July 14: ³GLOBAL FINANCIAL WARRIORS²
by John Taylor, Bohemian and Professor of Economics at Stanford

Saturday, July 15: CREMATION OF CARE

Monday, July 17: ³UNTOLD TALES FROM THE COLD WAR²
Tom Reed, Bohemian & former Secretary of the Air Force

Tuesday, July 18: ³ENERGY, CO2 and CLIMATE CHANGE
Lynn Orr, Director Global Climate & Energy Project, Stanford

Wednesday, July 19: ³GULF COAST EROSION: CONSEQUENCES FOR AMERICA²
King Milling, Chm. Louisiana Governor¹s Coastal Restoration &
Conservation Committee

Friday, July 21: ³AMERICA IN A NEW WORLD² Fareed Zakaria,
Editor: Newsweek

Tuesday, July 25: ³ISLAND CONSERVATION WITH GUNS, TRAPS & POISON
Bernie Tershy, Research Biologist Institute of Marine
Sciences, U.C. Santa Cruz

Wednesday, July 26: ŒTHE PARALLELISM & ULTIMATE CONVERGENCE OF SCIENCE
& RELIGION, Charles Townes, Bohemian & Scientist

Thursday, July 27: ³GLOBAL URBANIZATION: A CHALLENGE FOR THE FUTURE²,
Richard Koshalek, President, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena
³THESE EUROPEANS: DO THEY UNDERSTAND US? OR ANYTHING?²
Andrew Knight, Bohemian and Editor

Friday, July 28: ³LESSONS LEARNED FROM WAR, ASSASSINATION, THE WHITE
HOUSE & HOLLYWOOD², Jack Valenti, past president, Motion Picture Ass. Of
America

Saturday, July 29: ³FROM BATTLEFIELDS TO PLAYING FIELDS‹ECONOMICS,
ENERGY & EDUCATION², Colin Powell, Bohemian & Soldier/Statesman