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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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Up To 20,000 Brisbane Homes Face Flooding/Iran rounds up Christians in crackdown/Bright Craft like a star Hovers in the DAYlight Sky


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Iran rounds up Christians in crackdownDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran has arrested about 70 Christians since Christmas in a crackdown that demonstrates the limits of religious tolerance by Islamic leaders, who often boast they provide room for other faiths. The latest raids have targeted grass-roots Christian groups Iran describes as "hard-liners" who pose a threat to the Islamic state. Authorities increasingly view...



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China 'Developing Military Spacecraft'China is making progress in building an "upper-atmosphere" jet fighter, an official said last week, adding to a flurry of speculation about China's growing air power. Hong Kong's Ming Pao daily on Tuesday said Shaanxi TV last Saturday quoted acting provincial governor Zhao Zhengyong as saying China has "succeeded in the test flight of a prototype aircraft that can fly through the atmospheric layer." Zhao was visiting a state-run aircraft corporation at Xi'an high-tech industrial development zone. The channel showed images of a prototype space fighter being assembled whose outward appearance was almost identical to a U.S. pilotless upper-atmosphere military spaceship, the X-37B, the daily said. In April last year, the U.S. successfully tested the X-37B, which is about a quarter of the size of existing spacecraft.

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More than 100 dead birds found off Calif. highway

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Romanian birds drank themselves to death

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Up To 20,000 Brisbane Homes Face Flooding Australian authorities have urged thousands of residents to leave the outskirts of the country's third-largest city and many more have laid sandbags to try and protect their homes. The military has also been drafted in to help in the search for dozens of people missing in the city of Toowoomba and the surrounding area after it was hit by...

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Australia Coal Losses Mount as Floods Persist

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U.S. home price drops exceed Great Depression: Zillow NEW YORK - U.S. home prices fell for the 53rd consecutive month in November, taking the decline past that of the Great Depression for the first time in the prolonged housing slump, according to Zillow. Home prices have fallen 26% since their peak in 2006, exceeding the 25.9% drop registered in the five years between 1928 and 1933, the housing data company said in a report on Monday. Prices fell 0.8% over the month. It is a dubious milestone for the U.S. housing market which has failed to gain much traction despite a host of...

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You're insane if you don't own gold, investors told Robin Griffiths, a technical strategist at Cazenove Capital, told CNBC: "I think not owning gold is a form of insanity. It may even show unhealthy masochistic tendencies, which might need medical attention." He added that the dollar was heading for "oblivion". Mr Griffiths predicted that gold's 10-year bull run would continue and even intensify. "Although it's been a top performer for each of the last 10 years, it's still in a linear trend," he said. "Eventually it will go exponential and make more in the last little bit than the whole of the 10-year trend."..

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Scientists inch closer to develop synthetic bloodWashington: In a possible breakthrough in developing artificial blood, scientists have created jelly-like synthetic particles which they claim mimic some of the key properties of red blood cells. Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who made the discovery believe this could also lead to more effective treatments for life threatening medical conditions such as cancer. Detailing their study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,..



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IDF troops on alert following collapse of Lebanon governmentIsrael Defense Forces troops stationed in the north were on alert Thursday over worries that the political turmoil in Lebanon might spill over into renewed violence on their shared border, following the collapse of the government in Beirut. The Iranian-backed Hezbollah militant group and its allies threw the already volatile Lebanon into chaos on Wednesday by pulling out of the government and causing it to collapse.
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Brazil flood and mudslide deaths rise as search goes onThe number of people killed by flooding and mudslides in south-east Brazil has reached 348, local officials have said. In the mountain towns of Nova Friburgo, Teresopolis and Petropolis, the reported death tolls are 168, 146 and 34 respectively, Brazilian media reported. Rescuers are bringing helicopters in as the search for survivors continues in the region north of Rio de Janeiro.
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Hundreds dead in Brazil slides, search to continue...
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World moves closer to food price crises...
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Rocky Mountain High…Foreclosures in Colorado mountains scaling record heightsSeven bedridden years after tumbling from a rooftop, Terry Counterman can walk again but could soon lose his Carbondale home in a foreclosure sale. "I've been sending them paperwork and forms for two years. Someone from the bank calls five, six times a day, telling me to send them more forms. I'm sending them all the money I have, and they say it's not enough," said the 63-year-old former roofing inspector, whose lender plans to sell his home of 30 years next month. "I didn't buy this place as an investment. I bought it as my home." On Garfield...
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With daring and unprecedented tactics, Palin stirs passions and shakes up politicsWASHINGTON (AP) — With her video defending herself against critics — in which she accused them of "blood libel" — Sarah Palin again showed she is weighing a presidential bid in unprecedented and even daring ways. The former Alaska...
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Just 5% of the rubble cleared a year on from Haiti earthquake (so what happened to the $11 billion of aid?)Workers have only cleared five per cent of the rubble a year after the Haiti earthquake despite donations of £7bn, it has emerged. As its ten million citizens held two days of memorials for the 250,000 killed in the disaster, the island still looks little different from the immediate...
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Australia floods: swept to his death, the boy who told rescuers to 'save my brother first'Jordan Rice, 13, was killed in the city of Toowoomba, 80 miles west of Brisbane, as his family car was swamped. The teenager had insisted that rescuers take his 10-year-old brother, Blake, first. Seconds later, Jordan and his mother Donna, 43, were swept away. "I had the boy [Blake] in one hand, the rope...
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Bedbug plague has families living in fear: MPOTTAWA – Canada needs a national plan to deal with an infestation of creepy crawlies across the country, an NDP MP says. Pat Martin, MP for Winnipeg Centre, said the bedbug problem in Canadian cities so bad that it's become a national emergency. “Words can't describe the horror that families are going through. Families afraid to put their children to bed at night. It's ruining their lives,”..

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