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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Thursday, June 9, 2011

600 dead penguins wash up in Uruguay / Scientists have ‘never seen anything like’ massive solar flare / Chile Volcano rips 6 mile by 3 mile rift in Earth’s crust / Chicago rapper calls Obama 'biggest terrorist' in USA / China Genetically Modifying Cows To Produce Human Breast Milk / Massive Landslide Blocks at Least 4 N. Dakota Roads / China Wants to Construct a 50 Sq. Mi. Self-Sustaining City in Idaho / Nuclear fuel has melted through base of Fukushima plant

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Very shallow Magnitude 5.3 earthquake in Uyghur Autonomous Region, China
Earthquake Report
UPDATE 08:04 UTC : A number of coal mines in the area were also affected by the quake and although the earthquake could be very dangerous, there are no reports of damage or injuries. Normal operation has resumed since. UPDATE 08:00 UTC : The Turpan ...
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Lightning hits military base, 77 to hospital
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600 dead penguins wash up in Uruguay
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Scientists have ‘never seen anything like’ massive solar flare
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Record heat in the US buckles roads
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Tornado in Ontario
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Global Tornadoes spread: Sweden
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Chile Volcano rips 6 mile by 3 mile rift in Earth’s crust
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Dead Worms Continue: Untold Thousands of Dead Worms Plague Ohio
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Friends in High Places: Bilderberg 2011 Kicks Off
---Secret Agenda Leaked by Mole
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Chicago rapper calls Obama 'biggest terrorist' in USA
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New EPA regs would cost coal companies $180 billion
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China Genetically Modifying Cows To Produce Human Breast Milk
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'Major oil discovery' in Gulf
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Mass Worm Die-Off in 3 States, Now a Quake Just Hit in Ohio, Bigger Quake to Come?
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Massive Landslide Blocks at Least 4 N. Dakota Roads

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Chile Volcano Ash Grounds Argentina Air Travel
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China Wants to Construct a 50 Sq. Mi. Self-Sustaining City in Idaho- Thanks to the trillions of dollars that the Chinese have made flooding our shores with cheap products, China is now in a position of tremendous economic power. So what is China going to do with all of that money? One thing that they have decided to do is to buy up pieces of the United States and set up "special economic zones" inside our country from which they can continue to extend their economic domination.
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Dead Whale Washes Ashore on Long Island
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Iran Sends Submarines to Red Sea in Move That Could Anger Israel
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BLAIR CALLS FOR EUROPEAN PRESIDENT

The ex-premier believes Britain could only benefit by closer links with her European neighbours. And that a president - elected by voters from more than 27 nations - would enjoy a massive mandate to lead the continent. In an interview with The Times, the 58-year-old said: "We won't have the weight and influence a country like Britain needs unless we're part of that European power as well. "Europe has got a fantastic opportunity, but only if it's prepared to reform and change radically in the way it works." Mr Blair, who spoke to the paper to mark the publication of the paperback version of his autobiography, set out five areas where the EU should become closer.
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US Is Nearing Even Worse Financial Crisis: Jim Rogers


The U.S. is approaching a financial crisis worse than 2008, Jim Rogers, chief executive, Rogers Holdings, warned CNBC Wednesday. "The debts that are in this country are skyrocketing," he said. "In the last three years the government has spent staggering amounts of money and the Federal Reserve is taking on staggering amounts of debt. "When the problems arise next time…what are they going to do? They can’t quadruple the debt again. They cannot print that much more money. It’s gonna be worse the next time around."

The well-known investor believes the government won't shut down in August if agreement isn't reached on raising the debt ceiling, but he did say "draconian cuts" are needed in taxes and spending, especially military spending.

"We’ve got troops in 150 countries around the world. They’re not doing us any good, they’re making enemies. They’re costing us a fortune," he said.

Rogers said he is "not long anything in the U.S." and short on American tech stocks. He owns Chinese stocks as well as commodities and would love the world price of silver and gold to come down so he could "pick up the phone and buy more."

He said he owns Chinese stocks, currencies and commodities, adding the Chinese yuan will be a safer currency than the dollar.
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Worries grow that U.S. could default on debt


SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON — The possibility that the United States could default on its debt — if only for a few days — is starting to alarm the global community even as the idea gains favour among Republicans as a way to force Washington to cut runaway spending.Fitch Ratings agency warned Wednesday that U.S. treasury bonds, seen worldwide as a risk-free investment, could be labelled “junk” if the government misses debt payments by Aug. 15.Meanwhile, an advisor to China’s central bank said U.S. Republican lawmakers are “playing with fire” by contemplating even a brief debt default while a prominent Fed official said the reverberations in global markets would be “very severe.” The idea of a technical default — essentially delaying interest payments for a few days — has gained backing from a growing number of mainstream Republicans who see it as a price worth paying if it forces the White House to slash spending.But “even a so-called ‘technical default’ would suggest a crisis of ‘governance’ from a sovereign credit and rating perspective,” Fitch said in a statement.“Clearly the political signals which are coming (from Washington) are a source of concern,” David Riley, head of sovereign ratings at Fitch, said in an interview.Fitch said the ratings would go back up once the government fulfills its debt obligations but probably not to the current AAA level, Fitch said.President Barack Obama is trying to win congressional approval to raise the borrowing authority before an Aug. 2 deadline.
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'Spectacular' Sun Blast Captured On Video
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Why did it snow in Hawaii on Saturday?


It snowed in Hawaii on Saturday — yes, this Saturday. In June.Hot air met cold above Mauna Kea, one of several volcanic island mountains that make up the Hawaii island chain, causing a powerful thunderstorm that, in the presence of the cooler-than- normal air, dropped roughly 6 inches of snow on the mountaintop. "The ground coverage was significant, mostly above 12,000 feet," Ryan Lyman, a forecast climatologist at the Mauna Kea Center, told Life's Little Mysteries, a sister site to LiveScience. One might wonder: how is late spring and summer snow in the tropics even possible? June snowfall on Mauna Kea is rare but not unheard of, experts say. "It's the first June snow event we've had in probably close to 30 years," Lyman said, "but there have been episodes in July and August as well as late May.""[The snowstorm] was associated with a pool of cold air in the upper atmosphere that came down from the mid-latitudes," said Steven Businger, chief meteorologist at the Storm Evolution and Energetics Research group at the University of Hawaii Manoa.
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Germany fears 'full-blown bankruptcy' in eurozone


UOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble believes Greek bankruptcy is imminent, according to a leaked letter, and argues that restructuring of the country's debt is necessary."We are standing before the real risk of the first full-blown bankruptcy inside the eurozone," Schaeuble said in a letter addressed to European Central Bank president Jean-Claude Trichet and leaked to the German press.

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Federal Judges Raise Questions About ObamaCare Mandate

ATLANTA, Ga. – The public policy and legal fight over the legitimacy of President Obama’s historic 2010 health care overhaul took sharp focus in an ornate federal courtroom in Atlanta on Wednesday with two-and-a-half hours of arguments that may ultimately serve as a preview of what’s to come at the Supreme Court.
The Obama administration was faced with the difficult task of convincing at least two of the three federal judges hearing an appeal to overturn a January ruling invalidating the entire heath care law.
“Clearly, we believe the most difficult issue in the case is the individual mandate,” Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Joel Dubina announced at the outset. Indeed, most of the argument time focused on whether the law’s requirement for nearly all Americans to purchase health insurance is constitutional.
Dubina also noted that part of the difficulty of determining the legal viability of the Affordable Care Act is that the Supreme Court has never issued a ruling on the application of the Commerce Clause that directly matches up with what Congress passed last year.
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Arizona Wildfire Forces Evacuations as Texas, New Mexico Face Power Outages


SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. – A raging forest fire in eastern Arizona that already forced thousands from their homes headed Wednesday for a pair of transmission lines that supply electricity to hundreds of thousands of people as far east as Texas.The 607-square-mile blaze is expected to reach the power lines as early as Friday. If the lines are damaged, parts of New Mexico and Texas could face rolling blackouts. Meanwhile, an Arizona sheriff ordered remaining residents of two towns in the path of the wildfire to evacuate by Wednesday evening. About 7,000 people live in Springerville and Eagar and surrounding areas, although many already have left.The blaze has blackened about 389,000 acres and destroyed 11 buildings, primarily in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. No serious injuries have been reported.Firefighters have been concerned that high afternoon winds could carry embers that can cause new, smaller spot fires.
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Upstate NY man sues airport screener at JFK Airport, claims workers stole $8K from his suitcase


A Syracuse man on his way to Jordan is suing a private aviation screener at JFK Airport, saying workers lost $8,000 in cash he was flying home to pay for his father's surgery.

Ali Alshaikh, 36, says he stuffed the cash in an envelope and tucked it in his laptop case before entering a security check operated by AirServ on June 27, 2010, according to a $250,000 lawsuit filed in Queens Supreme Court.

When Alshaikh went to retrieve his belongings from a bin, the money was gone, he claims. An agent told him the envelope had been handed off to an elderly woman who claimed it as her own, the suit says.

The Delta flight was delayed for five hours while officials questioned some 75 "veiled women" who had boarded Flight 0032, according to the suit and a police report. Not even a $1,000 reward offered by Alshaikh could flush out the cash.
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Judges sharply challenge healthcare law


If the Obama administration had any doubt that its signature healthcare law faces a severe challenge in court, it was erased soon after Chief Judge Joel Dubina opened the proceedings here.

"I can't find any case like this," Dubina said. "If we uphold this, are there any limits" on the power of the federal government? Judge Stanley Marcus chimed in: "I can't find any case" in the past, he said, where the courts upheld "telling a private person they are compelled to purchase a product in the open market.... Is there anything that suggests Congress can do this?"

After nearly three hours of argument Wednesday, the three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals seemed prepared to declare at least part of last year's law unconstitutional.

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Nuclear fuel has melted through base of Fukushima plant






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