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, June 6, 2011

Volcanologist warns of volcano threat / Wheat Fields Wilt in Drought as Parched Earth Spreads From China to Kansas / IDF prepared for renewal of activity on Syrian border / Florida Homeowner Forecloses on Bank

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High Winds Threaten to Blow Wildfires across Arizona
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Levee Breach Near Missouri-Iowa Border Prompts Evacuations
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Australian Climate Change Scientists Receive Death Threats As Debate Heats Up - Australia’s top climate scientists have been forced to move their offices to a secure location after they received death threats relating to their work on global warming.
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Chile Volcano Chain: Puyehue Erupts, Forcing Evacuation
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More Heavy Rain Awaits Flood-Ravaged Montana
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Largest Wildfires in Arizona’s History: 250,000+ Acres Burned, 0% Contained, Evacs Ordered
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Kansas Braces for Missouri River Flood
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Chilean Volcano, Dormant for Decades, Spits Towering Ash Column
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CO2 Emissions Rise 3x Higher Than Safe Level at Mt. Dieng Volcano
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Japan Admits Full Meltdowns at All 3 Nuke Reactors After Quake, Tsunami
----Fukushima Reactor No. 1 More Radioactive Than Ever
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Obama Deregulates GMO Crops Despite Supreme Court Injunction
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China Has Divested 975 of Its Holdings in U.S. Treasury Bills
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Florida Homeowner Forecloses on Bank (Video)
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 Minn: Koran-Pushing Muslim Woman Stabs 2 Outside Library
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Schools to Kids: You Can Be Boys or Girls or Both
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Atty Stephen Pidgeon Found Record of Name Change for Barack Obama in British Columbia
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Feds Seize Elderberry Juice from Kansas Winery
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Russia: NATO 'One Step' from Land War in Libya
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Scientists find new MRSA superbug in cows, humans
Researchers said the find was "worrying" but added it was unlikely that the methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bug, which is resistant to some antibiotics, could cause infections by getting into the food chain via milk/

UK Farming in Crisis as Drought Hits Crops
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Greeks maintain rage on debt freeze
TENS of thousands of Greek protesters angry about the government's austerity policies have demanded the heavily indebted country stop paying its creditors. Many protesters carried signs and wore stickers reading "We don't owe, we won't sell, we won't pay" in the demonstration outside parliament. The signs referred to planned privatisations that the government has agreed to speed up to make up for a shortfall in projected revenue
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Minority Report Realized: Creepy Homeland Security Mobile ‘Malintent’ Pre-Crime Screening System to Scan Americans at Large Events Passes First Round
Straight out of Minority Report a new Homeland Security program would subject Americans to pre-crime interrogations and physiological scans to detect people who are intending to commit a terrorist act at sports stadiums, malls, airports and other public places has moved closer to being implemented after the FAST program passed its first round of testing at an undisclosed location in northeast US.
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IDF prepared for renewal of activity on Syrian border
The IDF continued its increased presence along the border with Syria on Monday as some 100 demonstrators continued to linger at both Kuneitra and Majdal Shams following repeated attempts to infiltrate the border on Sunday as part of Naksa Day protests, Army Radio reported. While the protesters were not attempting to cross the border on Monday morning, the IDF remained prepared for a renewal of activity
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India beefs up China front with UAVs, copters to monitor PLA

NEW DELHI: India is now deploying spy drones or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and light observation helicopters along the borders with China to keep a hawk-eye on the stepped-up activities of People's Liberation Army. The construction of over 5,500 'permanent defences and bunkers' along the borders is now being speeded up
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Yuan expected to become major world currency

Chinese policy makers are moving toward the internationalization of the yuan, amid growing worries about the country’s exposure to the fiscal woes of the United States and the U.S. dollar’s role as the global reserve currency. Li Daokui, an adviser to the People’s Bank of China, told The Globe and Mail that he
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Fukushima radioactive water could overflow soon

Raising fresh concerns about its ability to bring the nuclear crisis under control, Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced June 3 that highly radioactive water pooled in underground pits could start rising above ground in less than three weeks. The company said there were 105,100 tons of stagnant water with high levels of radioactivity within the power plant as of the end of May. The water contained an estimated 720,000
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Criminal June 2011 complaint details birth-certificate 'forgery'

This is the second of three articles explaining the criminal complaint that scanner-expert Doug Vogt filed last week with the FBI. The 22-page criminal complaint filed with the FBI by document-imaging expert Doug Vogt charges that individuals within the Hawaii Department of Health, Obama political
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Wheat Fields Wilt in Drought as Parched Earth Spreads From China to Kansas

The worst droughts in decades are wilting wheat fields from China to the U.S. to the U.K., overwhelming Russia’s return to grain markets and driving prices to the highest levels since 2008. Parts of China, the biggest grower, had the least rain in a century, some European regions are the driest in 50 years and almost half the...
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Volcanologist warns of volcano threat

Talking during the 2011 Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts, Oppenheimer said he had evidence that there was a one-in-500 chance of the earth being hit by a volcano. “The events in Japan remind us that you can have a tsunami and earthquake and a nuclear plant there as well and you can have these chain reaction events that are actually quite calamitous and they are not unimaginable,..
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Gay pride event in Knesset outrages haredi parties

Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin plans to meet with leaders of the gay community in Israel in honor of Gay Pride Month on Monday, raising the ire of haredi MKs. “I am astonished over the Knesset Speaker’s decision to host so-called gay families,” MK Nissim Ze’ev (Shas) said. “I can’t understand his motive.” Ze’ev said that the event, which was organized for the third...
-----Over 30,000 take part in NY's Celebrate Israel Parade
---------Thousands join in Detroit's gay pride celebration
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Scouts get prepared for more gay recruits

BE PREPARED - for equality. In a landmark decision, the Scouts are looking to welcome more gay recruits and leaders. Britain's best-known youth organisation is keen to dispel the myth that homosexuals cannot join the organisation and as part of this it has produced a document entitled 'It's OK to be gay and a Scout!' The leader of the Scout Association has also filmed a...
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