what inspired you? 1st answer :I got inspired after studying a number of 18th and 19th century scientists or polymaths who had an encyclopedic outlook in their study of the natural world and many other fields of science. I also love the art and the craftmanship of those two periods, especially the Victorian era. What was created back then was created to last, unlike the "throw-away" creations of today. I got inspired to create my website after reading the book, "The Man Who Tapped The Secrets Of The Universe" by Glenn Clark, which delves into the genius mind of the more modern polymath, Walter Russell. My interest in Cryptozoology has been life-long as my father has always had an interest in the subject and he personally knew people who had seen thylacines here on the mainland, as well as our own personal experiences of yowies on one of our previous properties West of Kempsey, on the mid north coast of NSW.
Q2: What are your aims?
My aim is to connect and interact through my website as well as through
social media, with fellow cryptozoologists, natural scientists and
those interested in the polymathic outlook. This is what my website is
trying to promote.
Q3: What plans do you have for the future?
Well, we are planning to relocate to the southern granite belt in
Queensland in the near future. This is a mountainous area, featuring a
number of National Parks and wilderness areas. There have been a number
of reported cryptid sightings over the years in this area, and I am keen
to do cryptozoological research of the area once we are settled there. I
am adding to my website and this will be a continual process. I am also
putting together a book canvessing the subjects that are featured on my
website. It will include any new or current cryptozoological findings.
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