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TCCSA Board Member Brian Lauer's speaking schedule in the Upper Midwest in August
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August 16, 2022, 7:30 pm

Russ McGlenn

"Columbus was Last"

Vikings in America

Columbus Was Last in 1492.

Columbus Was Last in 1492. TCCSA August 2022 He was beaten by the Phoenicians 2000 BC, Greeks 90 AD, Hebrew Roman Christians 790 AD, Vikings 1362 AD, Chinese 1421 AD and many others. This program will be a survey of pre-Columbian visitors to the New World since the time of Christ. With emphasis on evidence of the Vikings visiting near Alexandria MN and the Viking Rune Stone.

Artifacts found in fields show evidence for Vikings in the area. Critics say that they are things that Scandinavians brought with them to the New World in the 1800's and lost them in the fields where others plowed them up latter. Imagine these poor immigrants coming to Minnesota. They are allowed to bring one trunk with them. These artifacts are antiques and worth a lot on money. They bring them and then loose them in the fields. I don't think so.

1. They could not afford them to start with.

2. If they could afford them, they would not be so careless as to take them out and loose them in the fields and woods! Below I show my photo of a Viking ship mooring stone at Pelican Rapids, MN. 2003. A hole was drilled and a rod inserted to hold a mooring line from their ship.

Anchor Hole Viking Stone
Right: Viking Altar stone near Sauk Center, MN. Left: Holes cut to hold two rods for a sacrament table. A dried river bed is nearby where the Vikings moored their ship. I took a group there with Adventure Safaris in 1995 and revisited it in Sept. 2017.

Main References

The Great Ice Sheet & Early Vikings in mid-America 1993 by Orval Friedrich 1922 - 2016 America B.C.:

Ancient Settlers in the New World, Book by Barry Fell 1976

1421: The Year China Discovered the World, Book by Gavin Menzies 2002

University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center FAC 2106
Mr. McGlenn will be speaking by ZOOM to a live and virtual audience

If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net
For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.






Living Waters
August 15-20, 2022,
Living Waters Creation Conference

Steve Austin
Eric Hovind
Jay Seegert
Tim Chaffee
Tim Ferrel

E8932 Reo Avenue, Westby, WI 54667

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TCCSA

September 20, 2022, 7:30 pm
Mark Armitage
"The Soft Side of a Mean Dinosaur"


To date, the Dinosaur Soft Tissue Research Institute (dstri.org) has published 7 papers in peer-reviewed publications on the characteristics of dinosaur soft tissue (dST). Most people are unaware of the presence and the very high preservation of dST still present in dinosaur bones buried just below the surface all throughout the Hell Creek Formation.

Folks are shocked when they learn that dinosaur bones are still bone and not rock, and that the soft tissue within them is the norm and not the exception. In this presentation, the Dinosaur Soft Tissue Research Institute will review our published findings (Cambridge University Press) from the Journal, Microscopy Today.

We will review our world-first findings of soft sheets of fibrillar bone, veins, vessels, cells and even nerves (full of lipids) in dinosaurs including Nanotyrannus, a fierce raptor-like dinosaur that some refer to as a juvenile T. rex. We will show that most of the bones we collect are full of blood clots revealing disseminated intravascular coagulation and hypercoagulopathy (yes, Google these).

Many bones that we have collected, and have harvested soft tissue from, will be on display and can be handled by attendees. Free copies of our "Old Stretchy" books will be given away to all who desire them.
Bone Cell Blood Clot Nerve Cell
Triceratops Bone Cell Blood Clot Nerve Cell

University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106
WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
Mr. Armitage will be in person and live.



Brochures and Application Forms
If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net
For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.




TCCSA

October 18, 2022, 7:30 pm
Dr. Clyde Billington
"Is the Screaming Mummy the First Son of Pharaoh?"


Screaming Mummy
University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106
WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY BE ON THE SCREEN
If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

TCCSA

November 15, 2022, 7:30 pm
Helmut Welke Helmut Welke
"First 4 days of Creation"


University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Nazareth Hall Great Room N2150
WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY BE ON THE SCREEN
If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

Common Sense Science
Locations, Directions and Maps

TCCSA Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month (except August and December) at 7:30 to about 9:00 pm. They are now usually at Totino Fine Arts Center, in the room to the right side of the large auditorium (Room F2128 (Old F116) University of Northwestern - St. Paul (formerly Northwestern College), 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota. Other locations would be announced and posted, such as the Chapel in Nazareth Hall -- the building just between the Totino Center and the lake).
Because the rooms sometimes change,
you may want to check the website more than once.
For a map of Roseville, click High Resolution or Low Resolution
For a PDF map of the campus, click HERE.
For a picture of Totino Fine Arts Center click HERE.
For directions, click HERE.

TCCSA
Steve Law, Brian Young, Jay Seegert, David Mikkelson, Shyla Allard, Julie von Vett, Bruce Malone, Alan K. Walker, and Russ Mcglenn.
But You Can Get The DVDs of Most Of These and Other TCCSA Meetings
For 2 lists of DVDs of TCCSA meetings, archived and presently available, Click HERE
or Contact Dave Johnson.


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