Proverbs 22:3 NLT

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

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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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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

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Early partial solar eclipse for 2011People standing across a great swathe of the Earth's surface saw the Moon take a big bite out of the Sun. For north Africa and much of Europe, the event began at sunrise, whereas in central Russia and north-west China, the spectacle occurred at sunset. North-east Sweden had the best sight. From 0850 GMT, near the city of Skelleftea, the Moon covered almost 90% of the Sun's diameter.





Tower of Babel’s Ruins Waiting for ArchaeologistsWorld Monuments Fund conservationist Jeff Allen told The New York Times this week that archeologists are beginning to work on ancient Babylonian sites and possibly restore some of them. A mound of mud-brick buildings is all that remains of the ancient city in Babylon where the Tower was being built, whose foundations appear to be a square of earthen embankments, measuring 300 feet on each side.






Israeli Scientists Breathe New Life Into Extinct SpeciesScientists have dedicated their efforts towards raising Mesopotamian (Persian) fallow deer, oxen, eagles, onager and Arabian oryx. Wild oxen now wander the Arava, according to Saltz, and some 200 onager now roam the Negev. A like number of fallow deer make their home in the Achziv region of Galilee, and 100 eagles raised in captivity have now been released to the wild as well.






1,000 Scientists Challenge Global Warming in New ReportA new Climate Depot special report, "More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims," features the skeptical voices of many current and former U.N. IPCC scientists who have now turned against the U.N. IPCC.


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Obama wants Jews to pay terror-supporting stateThe Obama administration has drawn up a plan for Israel to give much of the strategic Golan Heights to Syria,... And what land Israel continues to use, it must rent, according to the plan.

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What's Killing Arkansas' Fish and Birds?Trauma as a result of thunder and lightning is being blamed for the death of thousands of blackbirds who rained down out of the Arkansas sky on New Year's Eve. "There were multiple thunderstorms that night and for several days that week," said Dr. George Badley, state veterinarian for the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission. "Red-winged blackbirds fly in large groups and if they got pulled into a thunderstorm, likely lightning struck them. That would be my best guess." Officials sent some of the carcasses of the red-winged blackbirds to Badley's Arkansas laboratory. The rest of the birds to be tested were taken to laboratories in Georgia and Wisconsin. "Almost every one of them ... had multiple internal hemorrhages which would mean that it was trauma, not a disease process. Their stomachs were empty,..


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