MUFON Minnesota Meeting Agenda



 

MUTUAL UFO NETWORK - MINNESOTA CHAPTER
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CRAIG LANG - STATE DIRECTOR 
LORNA HUNTER - ASSISTANT STATE DIRECTOR
BILL McNEFF - ASSISTANT STATE DIRECTOR

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Public MUFON Minnesota meetings at the New Brighton Family Service Center 
are scheduled for: 


MUFON MINNESOTA MEETING AGENDA:
Monthly meetings the second Saturday of each month at the New Brighton Family Service Center
400 10th St. NW, New Brighton, MN 55112            Room 224    
Meetings will be from 2:00-5:00pm., with the room open for a social hour from 1-2pm.  
Normal admission $3 for MUFON members, $5 for non-members. Special speakers = special admission, TBA.

MINNESOTA MUFON DECEMBER 10TH MEETING: 
 
Our attendance has been increasing and seating has become tight.  Guests are urged to 
come early before the 2:00 pm meeting if they wish to have seating choices.
 
1:00 pm:  Social Hour
2:00 pm:  Welcome & Introductory Remarks
2:15 pm:  Presentation by Prof. Aaron Tank:  "The Legacy of Charles Proteus Steinmetz:  
Developing UFO Technology Today".  The presentation will include a demonstration of an 
experimental setup.
3:15 pm:  BREAK
3:30 pm:  Q & A Prof. Tank
4:50pm;   Meeting ends.
5:00 pm:  Room must be cleared for next occupants.
 
Introductory Remarks from Prof. Aaron Tank:
"In 2014, I had the opportunity to read a book by Charles Steinmetz, called Four Lectures 
on Relativity and Space.  As I read this work, I began to see how the different forces 
described by Steinmetz linked together to form a single unified force.  Hours after I 
read the book, I was able to develop a mathematical expression that described the 
relationship between electric charge, magnetism, gravity, and time.  After I had finished 
the expression, I used dimensional analysis to verify the relationship.  Once verified, 
I began to outline a series of experimental setups that could test different iterations 
of the relationship.  As of this date I have only been able to begin testing on one of 
the experiments.  So far, results have been inconclusive.  More trials are needed to 
test the hypothesis at hand.  If experimental data supports my first hypothesis, then 
alternate lower temperature routes to plasma fusion may be possible.  Several hypotheses 
have been generated, including an experimental setup to generate artificial time dilation. 
Not long after generating these ideas, I found myself at the National American Chemical 
Society Conference in Dallas, Texas.  In addition to attending a number of presentations 
involving chemistry education, I took time to walk and see the city of Dallas proper.  
On one day of my trip, I found myself on Dealey Plaza by the infamous textbook warehouse 
used by Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963.  The warehouse is now a museum that you can visit as 
long as you do not take any photographs.  I hesitated, but decided to enter.  Even though 
it was a weekday morning, there was already a little bit of a line to reach the ticket 
counter.  As the line moved forward, I noticed that there was a gentleman in front of me 
that wore clothing a little out of place.  He wore a crisp white shirt, green corduroy 
pants, black shoes and gold wire rimmed glasses.  I thought nothing of it until the 
gentleman reached the counter and started to purchase a ticket.  The lady selling tickets 
asked the gentleman where he was from and he started to say, “Well I am from North Dak..” 
and at that instant, he turned and looked right at me.  It was as though I was looking in 
a mirror, but at an older me [maybe ten years older].  He took his ticket and walked in.  
I purchased my ticket and went inside.  I tried to keep track of him as we walked.  It 
was as though our actions were synchronized; when I started to pick up a set of headphones 
to hear the presentation, his actions perfectly mirrored mine.  Part way in I lost him 
in the crowd and I never did see him again.  I was not sure what to make of the incident, 
and when I started to explain it to my wife, she exclaimed that I did see myself and it 
had to be related to what I discovered earlier."
 
Prof. Aaron Tank – Brief Biography
Aaron Tank was raised in western North Dakota on a family farm. The family has several 
generations of UFO sightings. The land is part of the Bad Lands and has coal, oil, and 
Uranium. He teaches Chemistry and Physics at the West Fargo High school. He has taught 
courses in Tech Schools and Colleges in the Red River Valley. 
He has had multiple sightings of UFO’s and portals. He has a breeding farm in the Glyndon-
Felton area of Minnesota that he lives on and works while teaching. The breeding farm has 
Angus cattle, hogs, goats, and a variety of birds. They have had donkeys and Belgian horses.
He has done extensive experiments with turning water into the fuel of the future. He has 
advised the government on several projects through NDSU and UND.  He also has derived a 
Unified Theory linking electromagnetism, gravity, and time.

Note:  Special circumstances may necessitate agenda changes.  MN MUFON has a policy of no 
cancellations due to inclement weather.  The meeting room at the NBFSC is paid for in 
advance and will be available unless the entire building is closed.  Even if a speaker or 
a program presenter is unable to be there, members and the public are invited to attend 
for an extended social time.   In cases where no travel is advised, personal discretion 
should be used.
 
Bill McNeff
MN MUFON CI

Where: New Brighton Community Center,
400 10th St NW -- Room 224
New Brighton, MN 55112

The public is cordially invited.  Fee is $3.00 for MUFON members, $5.00 for non-members.

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Meetings are from 2:00-5:00pm., with the room open for a social hour from 1-2pm.

If you have something you'd like to present at a meeting, please let us know. These agendas 
are tentative and subject to change.  

Please check this MUFON MN website for additional information as the dates draw near.

We now have available on DVD several of the past special peresenters at our meetings.
These DVD's are for sale at the meetings.


MNMUFON Disclaimer:

The MNMUFON Board of directors has approved a disclaimer for the benefit of new attendees 
to our public meetings (2nd Sat. of each month):

Minnesota MUFON welcomes new attendees to its meetings, but they should understand that 
some of the information discussed at the meetings and some of the statements of UFO witnesses 
depart radically from what the mainstream media conveys concerning UFOs.

People who believe they were abducted by aliens often are very emotional and sometimes even 
traumatized. UFOs are a serious subject that deserves mature and responsible consideration. 
Please be prepared to listen and participate with an open mind, respect, empathy and critical 
thinking. 

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About Minnesota MUFON Meetings

Minnesota members of the Mutual UFO Network meet regularly on the second 
Saturday of each month at the New Brighton Family Service Center .  As part of 
MUFON's public outreach program, all interested persons are cordially invited to attend.

Agendas vary from month to month but will consist of various of the following:

-Field Investigation Reports
-Book reports
-Reports from people who have attended UFO Symposiums
-Information from UFO websites
-Personal sightings or experiences
-Round table discussions
-Presentations by attendees, impromptu or prepared
-Videos and video segments
-Short audio clips from early radio shows
-Open discussion

And occasional special speakers (some with additional at the door cost).

Meetings begin at 2 PM and adjourn at 5 PM with a short break at ~ 3:30 PM. 
The room is open for a social hour from 1-2pm. 
They are held on the second floor of the New Brighton Family Service Center.

Click here for MUFON Minnesota monthly meeting place info.

Directions to the Family Center:

Another way to get there is to be on Interstate 694 and exit south on the combined Long 
Lake Road & 10th St. NW exit, located just west of 694's junction with Interstate 35W. 
Drive 0.4 mile to the second light.  A sign on the street will read "Old Highway 8."  
Continue across then ahead 1/2 block and exit left down into the parking lot.  
The best place to park seems to be on the east side of the building. The meeting 
room is at the SE corner on the second floor, room 224.

If you are on Interstate 35W, then west on I694, exit on Long Lake Rd. go south to 10th St. NW
and drive to the stop light at 5th Avenue NW an drive about 1/2 block, and turn left down into 
the NBFSC parking lot.

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Following the meeting we often join together for a - 'Dinner Social Gathering at a Local 
Restaurant of Choice.' The choice is usually the GREEN MILL, famous for its pizzas. 
To get there take 694 east to Lexington, 1-mile past 35W. Turn left or north on Lexington 
to the first right turn on to Gramsie Road, and then to the HAMPTON INN Hotel where 
you will find the GREEN MILL. (TEL: 651-482-1600 Green Mill)


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