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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Monday, May 30, 2011

Britain Proposes Return To Pre-1845 Borders As Solution To U.S./Mexico Border Issue / Earthquake caused mystery boom in Philly / Netanyahu: Israel cannot prevent UN recognition of Palestinian state / Quebec Area Sinkholes Prompt Evacuations from Homes / Congressman Warns: "Those Who Can, Should Move Their Families Out of the City / Gold, Silver Becoming Legal Currency in More States / Greece prepares for assets fire sale / Obama Administration Eyeing Gun Control 'Under the Radar,' Groups Warn / More countries accepting gay lifestyle: study / THE Church of Scotland is preparing for dozens of ministers to come out as homosexuals / India faces problem of plentiful food

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Scientists Detect Earth-Equivalent Amount of Water Within the Moon
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Britain Proposes Return To Pre-1845 Borders As Solution To U.S./Mexico Border Issue
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GOLDMAN SACHS: $5 gas coming
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Earthquake caused mystery boom in Philly
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High radioactivity found in Japan nuclear workers
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Netanyahu: Israel cannot prevent UN recognition of Palestinian state
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Memorial Day Snow in Aspen Deeper Than New Year's Day
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Hundreds of thousands of fish found dead in lake surrounding Taal volcano in Philippines.
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Flooding Spreads – to Montana, Idaho, Wyoming
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Quebec Area Sinkholes Prompt Evacuations from Homes -
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I Desire That My People Would Prepare
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Russia Lifting Grain-Export Ban as Drought, Floods Ruin Europe, US Crops
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Congressman Warns: "Those Who Can, Should Move Their Families Out of the City- US Representative Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD

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Mysterious Markings Discovered at Great Pyramid of Giza
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White House Set for Obama-Netanyahu-Abbas Summit. Israel Downbeat
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Fukushima: How Many Chernobyls Is It
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Gold, Silver Becoming Legal Currency in More States - Lawmakers in Minnesota, North Carolina, Idaho and several other states are proposing measures similar to the one in Utah
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Happy water….Psychiatrists want to add mood altering lithium to public drinking water supplies to improve public mental health

For decades, it's been the gold-standard treatment for the most distressing of mental health disorders: mania, schizophrenia, major depression. But now, lithium - the third element of the periodic table and an essential constituent of soil, oceans and every living organism - is being heralded by some experts as the next fluoride: an additive with such therapeutic potential, it should be ingested by millions of Americans every time they pour a glass of drinking water. It's a provocative prospect that research suggests might reduce rates of suicide, violent crime and hard drug use. The idea gained widespread traction in 2009, when researchers studying 18 communities in Japan concluded that areas whose water supplies contained higher natural levels of lithium were significantly less vulnerable to suicide.
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Happy pill….Scientists find way to erase bad memories

University of Montreal researchers say that the drug metyrapone reduces the brain’s ability to re-record the negative emotions associated with painful memories. In other words, bad memories are effectively blocked from being recalled or remembered. The team’s study challenges the theory that memories cannot be modified once they are stored in the brain. “Metyrapone is a drug that significantly decreases the levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that is involved in memory recall,” explained lead author Marie-France Marin, a doctoral...
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Happy pill….Scientists find way to erase bad memories

University of Montreal researchers say that the drug metyrapone reduces the brain’s ability to re-record the negative emotions associated with painful memories. In other words, bad memories are effectively blocked from being recalled or remembered. The team’s study challenges the theory that memories cannot be modified once they are stored in the brain. “Metyrapone is a drug that significantly decreases the levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that is involved in memory recall,” explained lead author Marie-France Marin, a doctoral...
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Pump failure nearly brings Fukushima reactor #5 to a boil

The seawater pump in the cooling system for the Fukushima power plant's No. 5 reactor broke down Saturday evening, prompting repair crews to install a backup pump 15 hours later on Sunday afternoon, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said. Tepco discovered the pump had stopped at 9 p.m. Saturday but didn't announce it to the public until Sunday morning. The beleaguered utility said it notified the local and central governments of the situation on Saturday evening. The seawater pump was set up after the reactor's original pumps were knocked out...
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800 tons of fish die after sudden temperature drop in lake near volcano

More than 800 tons of fish have died and rotted on fish farms in a lake near Taal volcano south of Manila, with authorities blaming it on a sudden temperature drop. The massive fish deaths started late last week but have eased. Officials have banned the sale of the rotting fish, which are being buried by the truckload in Talisay and four other towns in Batangas province, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources official Rose del Mundo said Sunday. The deaths are unrelated to recent signs of restiveness in Taal volcano, which is surrounded by the...
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Queen Elizabeth worried about possible break-up of United Kingdom

THE Queen was thrust into the centre of the debate over Scottish independence yesterday after reports she had expressed concerns about the potential break-up of the UK. It was suggested that after the SNP’s Holyrood landslide on May 5, Her Majesty met Prime Minister David Cameron at Buckingham Palace to discuss the implications of separation for the monarchy. It was also reported that palace officials asked Downing...
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Greece prepares for assets fire sale
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Obama Administration Eyeing Gun Control 'Under the Radar,' Groups Warn

The Obama administration, after keeping gun control on the back burner for over two years, is prompting concern among gun rights groups that it's slowly starting to squeeze the trigger on tighter regulation. In the wake of the January shooting of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others, President Obama remained
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More countries accepting gay lifestyle: study

AFP - The vast majority of countries around the world have become more accepting of homosexuality, with the exception of Russia and other former socialist countries, a new study has found. The report, compiled by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, examined general trends in over 30 countries regarding their attitudes towards
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Kirk faces split as more clergy say they're gay

THE Church of Scotland is preparing for dozens of ministers to come out as homosexuals following a historic vote to allow practising gay clergy. As many as one in 20 of its ministers are gay and some are already in same-sex relationships, according to a Kirk report. Details of the study comes just a week after the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland voted by 351 to 294 to consider allowing openly gay people to become
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India faces problem of plentiful food

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UFO sightings warn of alien invasion, states Stephen Hawking who fears SETI’s search

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