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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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

First Massive Blue Whale in 30 years washes up Dead, New Zealand / AGENCY: US Debt Rating Should Be 'C' / 50 meter crater opens up on Baltic island of Usedom / UFO Alien Baby' in Mexico stumps Experts /Assange: Facebook is an 'appalling spy machine' /Aaron's accused in suit of spying on customers

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WIKILEAKS: Al Qaeda to unleash 'nuclear hellstorm' if Osama killed
Taliban commander vows to avenge death
Senator questions sea burial

Beware May 14, 2011 New Madrid Update

First Massive Blue Whale in 30 years washes up Dead, New Zealand *4 PICS*

HAARP expert, human rights defender predicted deadly storms


50 meter crater opens up on Baltic island of Usedom

'Israeli jets prepare in Iraq to strike Iran'

Israeli jet fighters have reportedly conducted drills at a military base in Iraq in order to strike targets inside Iran. A considerable number of Israeli warplanes were seen at al-Asad base in Iraq, reported a source close to prominent Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sader's group. The aircraft reportedly included F-15, F-16, F-18, F-22, and KC-10 jet fighters. The warplanes carried out their week-long exercises at nights, the same source added. The drills were reportedly aimed at preparing to strike Iran's air defense systems, disrupt Iran's radars and attack targets deep inside Iran. Iraqi officials had not been notified of the exercises, which were conducted in collaboration with the US military. The United States maintains numerous bases in Iraq, and the Baghdad government is not involved in any of the military deployments taking place there.

Press group: governments worldwide develop digital censorship tools as media moves online

NEW YORK — Governments worldwide are developing new tools to censor reporters as the media increasingly moves online, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Monday. In a report released on the eve of World Press Freedom Day on Tuesday, the committee said 69 journalists whose work appears mostly online were jailed as of Dec. 1, representing almost half of all reporters imprisoned worldwide. The press advocacy group said the sophisticated censorship techniques are often coupled with physical intimidation of online journalists.
Smaller Earthquakes Could Mean A Large One Is Coming to El Paso, TX

EL PASO, Texas -- In the past week, the El Paso region has had four earthquakes at least 4.2 in scale. Seismologist Aaron Velasco tells KFOX14 the earthquakes could foreshadow a large scale earthquake in El Paso. These earthquakes all happened in a remote area of Chihuahua, Mecico. They were still pretty close to the U.S. border. Most El Pasoans KFOX 14 spoke with...

Memphis Officials Work to Plug Holes In Flood Wall

Wild Pig Explosion May Spread Disease to Humans

An explosion of wild pigs in the U.S. could be exposing people to dangerous parasites, a new study says. The wild pig, Sus scrofa, was first introduced to the U.S. from Europe as livestock in the 1500s, but over the years many animals have escaped captivity. Today there's an estimated four million wild pigs spread across 39 states, with large populations in California, Texas, and the...

Japan Earthquake Diary: 'Suddenly I Heard a Roar From the Ground'
Witnesses in two states report UFOs flying in formation
USDA to Allow Monsanto To Perform Its Own GMO Studies
/San Diego Skywatch captures UFO sighting on video

House Church Movement Keeps Growing
Pig ear dog treats recalled for salmonella risk
UFO Alien Baby' in Mexico stumps Experts

Pak Generals afraid US may now raid nukes

NEW DELHI: A vast majority of Pakistan's military leadership is unhappy about the US operation that killed Osama bin Laden and fears that America will conduct similar raids in the future to target the country's nuclear arsenal. An assessment made by Indian agencies suggests that almost three-fourths of the Pakistani military brass is concerned about the way American helicopters crossed into Pakistani territory, carried out a surgical strike and left without informing either the Pakistani government or security establishment, Indian government sources said. The finding, shared with leaders of the Indian government, is significant because of the deep ties Pakistan military has had with its American counterparts – a partnership forged in the Cold War and strengthened during the fight against the Soviet occupation...

Storm unleashes waterspouts, hail and thunderstorms

Wild weather and power failures challenged residents last night as Mother Nature unleashed much of her repertoire, including thunderstorms, lightning strikes, heavy rain and even tall, dramatic waterspouts off Honolulu Harbor and hail in Upcountry Maui and Hawaii island. “I saw a lightning flash near my dorm,” said Shanelle Solomon, a University of Hawaii-Manoa senior who lives in the Hale Wainani dorm...


Pictures: Sinkhole Opens in Beijing Road, Swallows Truck

Onlookers in Beijing, China, keep a safe distance from a giant sinkhole that opened in the middle of a busy street last Tuesday, swallowing a truck. Several news reports say the sinkhole formed above a tunnel being dug for construction of a subway line. (See pictures of a huge sinkhole in Guatemala City.) But Chinese engineers urged caution in jumping to conclusions:..
World population to pass 7 billion on October 31: U.N.

The report also predicted that the global population would be higher by mid-century than its last edition forecast two years ago, reaching 9.31 billion instead of 9.15 billion. It attributed this to fewer deaths as well as more births than it had anticipated. The October date for reaching the 7 billion mark is based on calculations from current trends and Hania Zlotnik, head of the U.N. economic...
Assange: Facebook is an 'appalling spy machine'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says Facebook, Google, and Yahoo are actually tools for the U.S. intelligence community. Speaking to Russian news site RT in an interview published yesterday, Assange was especially critical of the world's top social network. He reportedly said that the information Facebook houses is a potential boon for the U.S. government if it tries to build up a dossier on users. "Facebook in particular is the most appalling spying machine...

Aaron's accused in suit of spying on customers

Computers provided to consumers by Aaron’s rental chain have components that collect sensitive information and can secretly take webcam photos of customers who use the devices, according to a lawsuit filed by a Wyoming couple Tuesday against the Atlanta-based retailer. In a statement, however, Aaron’s denied that any of its 1,140 corporate stores has used the component or done...

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