Speakers Forum

Join us at our popular Speakers Forum! 

Our Speakers Forum is open to all Mensans and guests.

Members of the public are also welcome. 

No Charge.

Location:

Villa Park Civic Center

17855 Santiago Blvd, Villa Park

This is about 2 miles south of the 91 Freeway and just east of the 55 Freeway. From the 55, take the Katella Ave. exit, go east a half mile to Wanda, then left .3 mile (becomes N. Santiago Blvd). Drive into the Ralphs shopping center. The Civic Center is next to the Library and across from Rockwell’s. Plenty of free parking

Coming up…


 

 Sunday, June 22, 2018

4:00 PM

Topic:

The What, Where, and Why of Volcanoes

Speaker: Greg De Hoogh

You know what a volcano is when you see one … or do you? Kilauea, Mt. St. Helens, and Yellowstone are all three volcanoes, but they don’t look much alike and there are other differences that you can’t see. Come find out what volcanoes are, where they form (do you have any idea how many there are in California?), and why they form where they do and act the way they do.

OCM’s President, Greg De Hoogh, is a geologist and would like to share a bit of what he knows with you.

No eruptions are planned for this event, but you’ll learn why, when the next eruption occurs in California, you’ll be better off in Hawaii.

 


 

Follow-up from our January, 2018, Speakers Forum

At our January Speakers Forum, Mensa member Raffi Sahul, PhD, an international expert on ultrasound for diagnostic and therapeutic applications in healthcare, spoke on “Non-invasive Ultrasound Treatments for Cancer, Parkinson’s Tremor, and Alzheimer’s.”

In response to interest from attendees, he has provided a report from the Focused Ultrasound Foundation —

Focused Ultrasound_State of the Field