Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

-- (((Charles Finney, said the following: “If
there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


THOSE WHO WILL DO NOTHING NOW, WHEN IT COSTS THEM LITTLE - WILL DO EVEN LESS LATER, WHEN IT COST THEM EVEN MORE


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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Mystery Over Mass 12,000 Antelope Deaths in Kazakhstan/Victoria river mysteriously turns bright green/Thousands of birds fall from sky South America

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Frankenswine, the less pungent pig: Scientists genetically modify farm animal so it won't SMELL It looks, sounds and, according to its creators, tastes like a normal pig. But this is no ordinary farmyard animal. The specially-bred Yorkshire pig is the first of a new generation of ‘Frankenswine’ – genetically modified hogs designed to be cheaper and greener. The creators of the GM superpig, nicknamed the Enviropig, say its manure contains less phosphorus than normal slurry...

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Apocalypse now? Mystery bird deaths hit Louisiana

Woman reports dozens of dead birds in her yard, Kentucky
Thousands of birds fall from the sky in South America


Victoria river mysteriously turns bright greenVICTORIA — Horrified nature-lovers at Goldstream Provincial Park watched as the Goldstream River turned bright green late Wednesday afternoon. The fluorescent green colouring appeared to start about 500 metres on the Victoria side of the entrance to the park and, over the course of an hour, the substance flowed down into the environmentally sensitive estuary. By 5:30 p.m. the river, known for its dramatic salmon runs, eagles and other wildlife, was back to its normal colour. Ministry of Environment teams were immediately sent to the area to investigate and members of Langford Fire Department collected samples for analysis. No dead fish or animals had been found by early evening. Earlier in the day a fountain beside Veterans Memorial Parkway in Langford also turned bright green, said Langford Fire Chief Bob...


Mystery Over Mass Antelope Deaths in Kazakhstan
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The Transhumanist and Police State Agenda in Pop MusicThrough the news, movies and the music industry, this agenda is being insidiously presented to the masses, using various techniques. If the news scares people into accepting measures diminishing their personal freedoms and ushering in a “new era”, the music business accomplishes the same job by making it seem sexy, cool and trendy.












Small quake hits northern EnglandLondon - A small earthquake shook parts of the north of England late Monday, the second in the region in two weeks, the British Geological Survey (BGS) said Tuesday.


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Were Nazis a homosexual, pagan cult?It's a book that is disturbing, compelling and persuasive on its major point – that homosexuals dominated the German Nazi Party from its birth through its catastrophic demise. The real target of the homosexual pagan cult of Nazism was Judeo-Christian morality, the book finds.


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U.S. court says Christian cross is unconstitutionalIn a 3-0 ruling in the Jewish War Veterans v. City of San Diego case, the panel decided that the 29-foot concrete cross, which has stood for 57 years, constitutes a government endorsement of religion and therefore violates the First Amendment's establishment clause.


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States Facing Showdown With UnionsStates are moving to curb public-sector unions at a time of deepening budget deficits and rising public anger at government workers' pay and benefits, The New York Times reports. Republicans, in particular, have stepped up efforts to curtail the ability of state-employee unions to strike, compel payment of union dues, or collectively bargain for wages. Read more: States Facing Showdown With Unions

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Yorkshire quake is 'biggest in 230yrs'It measured 3.6 on the Richter scale and was felt as far away as Cumbria and Newcastle. Dr Aoife O'Mongain, of the British Geological Survey, said it was the strongest tremor in North Yorkshire for 230 years. But she added that it had "only lasted for a couple of seconds". The epicentre was near the village of Kirkby Malzeard, near Ripon. Local butcher Timothy Stothard said: "The house shook for four or five seconds. It was like a great big engine going past." Student Chris Allinson, 17, added: "Things started shaking and the dogs started barking...
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Australia floods cause "catastrophic" damage
Australian flood-hit towns scramble to build levees
2010 among Australia's wettest on record
Rising Gascoyne river theatens low lying areas
Scientists Find Drastic Shift In Atlantic Ocean Currents

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South Korea and Japan seek “first ever” military pactJapanese Defense Minister Toshimi Kitazawa will visit Seoul next week for talks with his South Korean counterpart Kim Kwan-jin over agreements on mutual military support and the sharing of military secrets. Seoul and Tokyo reportedly plan to sign the agreements this year. They would mark South Korea's first-ever military pacts with the former colonial power following several memorandums of understanding in the past. Military experts believe the aim is to deal with an emergency on the Korean Peninsula including the collapse of North Korea,..

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News anchor Brian Williams groped by TSA molestors

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