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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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Cocktail of Up to 20 Chemicals in a Glass of Milk / Lawmaker Seeks to Make South California 51st State / Singing Mice Made Via Genetic Modification / Mysterious UFOs Caught On Film Flying In And Out Of Arizona Massive Dust Cloud /Unstable sinkhole swallows Leesburg store - Tarpon Springs homeowners wonder if homes will be swallowed by sinkhole / Amazing -'Massive Growing Sinkhole' In Texas / River In Costa Rica Disappears Following Earthquake Swarm

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Former Goldman Trader: There's Huge Unforeseen Demand Coming in the Physical Gold and Silver Markets
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15 states to top 105 degrees...
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Record Temps Seen as Heat Wave Plagues 23 States
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Christchurch Rocked by 7000+ Aftershocks
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4 Earthquakes Hit Philippines
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Ancient Lake Linked to San Andreas Earthquakes
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Kilauea Volcano Crater Collapses in Time-Lapse

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Scientists Discover Underwater Volcanoes in the Southern Ocean
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Cocktail of Up to 20 Chemicals in a Glass of Milk
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King Solomon's Wall Found – Proof of Bible Tale?
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Lawmaker Seeks to Make South California 51st State
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Tornadoes spotted in northern Colorado

A small tornado was spotted in northern Colorado and lightning has once again caused delays at Denver International Airport on Tuesday. The relentless flow of moisture from the Southwestern United States Summer Monsoon continued to flow into the state on Tuesday and a cold front from Nebraska triggered intense storms. A small tornado was spotted about 14 miles northeast of Greeley on Tuesday evening. No damage was reported. A tornado also touched down about 10 miles southwest of Agate and a...
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Mega-Dust Storm covers Algeria And Mali

A dust storm blew through parts of Algeria and Mali on Sunday and Monday. The storm was so large that parts the north African nations were hidden when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured the below natural-colour image on July 10, 2011. In places, the airborne dust forms a camel-coloured cloud thick enough to completely hide the land surface below, especially near the Algeria-Mali border. The dark land surface northeast of the storm is the...
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Tornado’s in New Zealand: Watch out for more wild weather

The MetService this morning issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Horowhenua and the Kapiti Coast, saying accompanying wind and possible tornadoes could cause damage and make driving difficult. Just after 4am, weather radar detected severe thunderstorms off the Manawatu coast, which were moving southeast towards Otaki and the southern Tararua ranges. They were expected to be accompanied by damaging wind gusts and possible tornadoes, the MetService said. Meanwhile, a severe thunderstorm watch remains in force for Buller, Canterbury high country...
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China's carrier-killer missile undergoing tests

Beijing: China's ambitious new long range ballistic missile with a range of 2,700 km dubbed as carrier-killer is undergoing tests, a top military official has said. Chen Bingde, chief of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) General Staff acknowledged that China is developing Dongfeng-21D with an ability to strike moving targets - including aircraft carriers - at sea. "The missile is still undergoing experimental testing and will be used as a defensive weapon when it is successfully developed, not an offensive one," Chen was quoted as saying during...
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Report: Iran missiles can now hit targets at 2,000 km range

Iran launched two long-range missiles into the Indian Ocean in February, Iranian news agencies reported yesterday, quoting as their source the commander of the Aerospace Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. The commander, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, said that if Iran is attacked, it can retaliate by targeting American aircraft carriers in the region, which he described as “moving targets.” Hajizadeh said the launch test included firing two missiles from the Semnan province in the north of the country. He said American...
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Radioactive beef already sold, eaten

The meat of six cows shipped from a Fukushima Prefecture farm at the heart of growing concerns over radioactive beef has been distributed to at least nine prefectures, including Tokyo and Osaka, and some was believed consumed, local government officials said Tuesday. The cows ate the same straw at a farm in Minamisoma near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant as another 11 cows that were shipped to a Tokyo meat-packing plant and whose meat was found to contain excessive levels of the isotope. Cows at the farm are...
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Scientists Discover New Large Underwater Volcano Chain - A Dozen Massive Volcanoes Reaching Nearly 10,000 Feet Above The Ocean Floor Found Near Antarctica
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Singing Mice Made Via Genetic Modification
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Bohemian Grove: Where The Elite Meet To Conspire
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Physicists Develop Time Cloaking
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Drought In 14 States Means Disaster For Many
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Mysterious UFOs Caught On Film Flying In And Out Of Arizona Massive Dust Cloud

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The X-Ray Glasses That Let You Know Exactly What Another Person Is Thinking
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Anonymous targets Bohemian Grove occult gathering in California

Hacktivist group Anonymous claims it has "literally explosive" information about a secretive gathering of powerful men that takes place annually in California, and the group may be on the verge of leaking material from the London Metropolitan Police and agencies affiliated with the U.K. judicial system. Anonymous reportedly intends to occupy the entrance to Bohemian Grove in Monte Rio, Calif., today as a protest against Bohemian Grove's secrecy. Take a look at Anonymous's YouTube call to action: According to AlterNet, Anonymous may also be gearing up to leak information from several organizations, including the London Metropolitan Police and agencies affiliated with the U.K. judicial system. The protest is part of a series of actions decrying the treatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The protest is timed...

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Anonymous filmmakers infiltrate Bohemian Grove

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2012 Apocalypse? Emergency powers sought to shut UK grid in preparation for solar flare in next 18 months

BRITAIN is preparing to invoke emergency powers to turn off its electricity to shield the country from the worst effects of the biggest solar flare in 150 years. The British government has been warned that a massive surge of energy from the sun could hit the Earth in the next 18 months. In a worst-case scenario, it could blow out the national grid and leave parts of the country without electricity for months. Australian electricity experts are not convinced the solar flare will have anywhere near the catastrophic effects predicted in Britain and think any...
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Is Comet Elenin an incoming spacecraft heralding a New Age?

Comet Elenin is an incoming spacecraft or intelligently controlled object according to a number of presenters at a recently completed conference hosted online by the popular whistleblower website - Project Camelot. Several presenters agreed that Elenin will approach its closest points near the Sun and Earth at a time of extraordinary planetary and societal changes coinciding with the end of the Mayan Calendar. A number of anonymous whistleblowers were cited in support of the view that Elenin was an artificially controlled object responsible...
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Faith groups call for greater efforts to promote tolerance

Religious leaders and activists from a variety of faiths called for tolerance of one another and said the U.S. government should step up efforts to fight faith-based discrimination and persecution around the world. “Everyone should have the right to believe or not believe,” said Suzan Johnson Cook, who was confirmed this year as the State Department’s ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. “That is their God-given right.” Several speakers at the daylong conference “Stop Religious Persecution Now,” held at The Washington...
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Religious Freedom Group Sues Perry Over Planned All-Day Prayer Event in Texas

A Wisconsin-based religious freedom group is suing Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a possible Republican presidential contender, in an effort to block his promotion of and participation in an all-day Christian prayer event to be held Aug. 6, arguing that it violates the constitutional separation of church and state. The Freedom From Religious Foundation, which claims more than 16,000 members, including 700 in Texas, filed the federal lawsuit Wednesday in Houston, contending that Perry’s actions violate the Constitution's Establishment Clause by...
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Iran moves nuclear enrichment programme to underground bunker

Installation of centrifuge and other manufacturing equipment was at a preparatory stage at Fowrdow, a facility deep inside a mountain near Qom, the country's holiest city, intelligence reports said. Tehran disclosed the existence of Fordow, which is designed to withstand air and missile strikes, after Western intelligence detected the covert nuclear plant. "They are preparing (for the centrifuges to be installed) in Fordow," a diplomat briefed on the latest intelligence said. Fereidoun Abbasi, the head of the Iranian nuclear programme,..
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Gold price hits record high as eurozone woes spread across Atlantic

Panicky investors drove the price of gold to an all-time high yesterday, amid renewed fears for the future of the European and US economies and rumours that European finance ministers are set to call yet another crisis meeting this Friday, presumably to coincide with what are expected to be disappointing results from so-called "stress tests" on the strength of leading Italian, French and German banks. In America, the chair of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, hinted that he might launch a so-called "QE3" third round of quantitative...
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Fitch downgrades Greece

NEW YORK – Fitch Ratings on Wednesday downgraded Greece deeper into junk territory, citing the absence of a new and fully funded financing program for the country. Heightened uncertainty surrounding the role of private creditors in any future funding programs from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund also weighed on the decision, as well as Greece’s weakening macroeconomic outlook, Fitch said in a statement. The ratings agency cut Greece’s...
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Bernanke To Ron Paul: "Gold Is Not Money"

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'Majority of US Jews worried about Obama Israel policies'

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Bloomberg contributes max amount to Republican senators who helped pass gay marriage

Mayor Bloomberg has contributed the maximum amount allowed -- $10,300 -- to each of the four Republican legislators whose votes helped push gay marriage through a balky state Senate, The Post has learned. "The mayor said he would support Senate Republicans who stood up and he did," said Micah Lasher, director of the mayor's Albany office. Bloomberg's $41,200 in contributions...

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Tarpon Springs homeowners wonder if homes will be swallowed by sinkhole

TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. - An engineering report on potential sinkhole activity in a Tarpon Springs neighborhood has homeowners wondering if their homes are going to be swallowed by the earth. The Geotechnical Engineering Services Report commissioned by the city, following a sinkhole June 16, found "the subsurface soils ... are indicative of potential sinkhole activity." It means a city park and...

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Unstable sinkhole swallows Leesburg store

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Amazing -'Massive Growing Sinkhole' In Texas

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River In Costa Rica Disappears Following Earthquake Swarm

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