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, July 25, 2011

Sinkhole Opens Under Grandmother's Bed, and other sink holes happening / 150 Human-Animal Hybrids Secretly Grown in UK Labs for 3 Years / Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA / As a mysterious skeleton is washed up on a British beach... Do sea monsters REALLY exist? /

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Large Sinkhole Started As Dip In Road
KETV Omaha
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa -- The high water table continues to cause problems in Council Bluffs, including the potential for sinkholes. One sinkhole between 6th and 7th avenues started as just a dip in the road, but now it's 20 feet wide and at least 10 ...
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Florida Sinkhole Swallows Building
Buzz Log
Since the 1950s, 3100 sinkholes have been recorded in Florida. The naturally occurring holes open up when acidic groundwater dissolves the rock formations, no longer able to support the ground above it, causing terra firma to collapse inward. ...
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Sinkhole Opens Under Grandmother's Bed - VIDEO - A terrified grandmother awoke late Monday in Guatemala City to a loud boom.

The 65-year-old pensioner jumped up, and found that a 12-meter-deep sinkhole had opened up under her bed.

She had thought the noise was a gas explosion, but it turns out it was the sound of the earth under her bed imploding–creating a perfectly circular pit.
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Florida Sinkhole Takes Down Building, Shocking Residents
Gather.com
The hole opened up about a month ago after a huge downpour, and it has slowly continued to grow, which has worried residents. Hopefully nobody loses their homes if the earth continues to cave in. Florida experienced 3100 sinkholes over the past six ...
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Sinkholes Growing In Pierre | Before It's News
Sinkholes Growing In Pierre. Thu Jul 14 16:25. share this story ... PIERRE, SD - About a month ago, sinkholes started showing up around the levees in Pierre ...
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25 Massive Sinkholes – Holytaco
By Ian Fortey
Guatemala has an issue with sinkholes. Last year a massive one opened in the middle of a city and swallowed a building and this week one opened in a woman's house, under her damn bed. But ...

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Multiple videos have been released showing high levels of radiation in Canada as the corporate media continues to cover up the real dangers posed by the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
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About 131 children from Nsanje who fled into neighboring Mozambique during the anti measles vaccine a few months ago were vaccinated this week at gunpoint.
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Over the past two years, there has been research on unleashing vaccines through foods and even insects. These developments are touted as options for mass vaccination programs without needles. They also have the potential for sneaking vaccines into our bodies without our consent. GMO foods are successfully avoiding being labeled as such in America. What about GMO food vaccines? Now in Australia, another sneaky vaccination method is being developed for our consumption.
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Family shooting sprees leave 14 dead, 53 wounded as gunmen kill wives, children...
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Papua New Guinea rattled by 6.3 quake

Tweet The Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea was rattled by a powerful 6.3-magnitude earthquake Monday, but seismologists said the tremor was unlikely to have caused major damage in the remote area. Geoscience Australia measured the quake at magnitude 6.3 and said it occurred at a depth of 39 kilometres (24 miles) in the New Ireland region known for earthquake and volcanic activity. “There would have been plenty of shaking there and there could have been some damage pretty...
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Intense storm topples electrical towers in Ontario

Tweet A severe storm in southwest Ontario toppled electrical transmission towers and prompted Environment Canada to issue a tornado warning Saturday night. Tornado warnings were issued for parts of Lambton, Elgin and Middlesex counties but were called off after a couple of hours. Environment Canada says it has not received any reports of actual tornadoes but the pair of storms that sparked the warnings uprooted trees and damaged powerlines. Hydro One says eight of its big steel transmission towers were...
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Strong earthquake jolts Japan

Tweet Japan’s Meteorological Agency says a strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.5 has jolted northeastern Japan, the same region devastated by March’s massive quake and tsunami. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage from the Saturday afternoon quake, and no tsunami warning was issued. The quake was centered 25 miles (40 kilometers) below the sea bed in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Miyagi prefecture — in the same area where more than 22,000 people...
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18-year-old Among Dead as Heat Wave Continues
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Pastor Ray Bentley shares some interesting insights about recent and current events in the Middle East from a biblical prophetic perspective. Isaiah 18 &19.
Pastor Ray also speaks about the Zodiac and the true biblical meaning of the 12 signs, what they mean and how the ancient viewed them as the gospel story.

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150 Human-Animal Hybrids Secretly Grown in UK Labs for 3 Years **
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Heavy Rainstorms Are Chicago's Latest Weather Nightmare, Largest Single-Day Rainfall
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Canary Islands Government Monitors El Hierro Earthquake Swarm
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Mega Tsunami from Canary Islands Would Swamp Eastern US
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Minot a Wasteland After 'Tsunami' Hits
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Beaches in Spain Close from Jellyfish Invasion
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Archaeologists Uncover Ruins of Biblical City Shekem in War-Torn Palestine
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Chilean Officials Declare 'Catastrophe' After Heavy Snow
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Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA
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Shock Poll: Majority of U.S. Jews Support Mideast Peace Plan Based on 1967 Borders
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More Dead Fish: Baton Rouge Neighborhood lake full of dead fish

Tweet Hot weather is causing trouble for a Prairieville neighborhood. However, it’s not just the heat causing trouble. People there are dealing with a lake, full of dead fish. About 15 houses surround the lake in the Cypress Lake subdivision in Prairieville. The residents like to fish and swim in the water, but a bunch of belly-up fish has put a stop to water fun for now. Fish kills are pretty common in south Louisiana. Wildlife and Fisheries agents said...
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Strange Weather Continues: Edmonton experiences strange clouds and an Orange sky

This event took place in the early morning of July 18, 2011 between 5:00 - 6:00 A.M. in Edmonton, AB (Alberta) Canada. I saw one vid in passing and did a search for the word “edmonton”, filtered for the most recent results (in youtube) and voila! Lots of stunning video - and the majority were in HD 0.0 Bravo, people!!! Uploader’s youtube names can be found in the right or left hand corner of the video ^-^ Scary, but amazing...
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US debt gridlock roils markets as stocks fall and gold touches record high

US congressional leaders remained split today on how to cut the deficit and raise the debt ceiling, as negotiators face a possible US default in nine days. The gridlock pushed sharemarkets lower in Asia and the spot price of gold touched a new record, rising to $US1623.49 an ounce. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index was down 39.6 points, or 0.9 per cent, to 4563 by early afternoon. “The trend is for a lower US dollar in Asia, as markets are worried about the negatives for the US economy given the default risk," Philip Wee, a currency economist at DBS, said. "The safety of the US dollar is questionable, and it's likely a slow drift down against the basket of Asian currencies." Barclays Capital said concerns over US debt talks as well as higher inflation expectations amid a low interest rate environment...
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UBS: August 2nd Isn't The Real Debt Ceiling Deadline
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US default fears spark state contingency plans
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Obama formally ends 'don't ask, don't tell' policy; gays to serve openly in military as of Sept. 20

President Barack Obama on Friday formally signed off on ending the ban on gays serving openly in the military. The end of Don't Ask, Don't Tell marks the fulfillment of a key 2008 campaign promise to the gay community. "As commander in chief, I have always been confident that our dedicated men and women in uniform would transition to a new policy in an orderly manner that preserves unit cohesion, recruitment, retention and military effectiveness," Obama said in a statement. "Today's action follows extensive training of our military...
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First New York couples wed under new same-sex marriage law

New York (CNN) -- A city official married the first couple in New York City to wed under the state's new law allowing same-sex marriage Sunday. Phyllis Siegal, 76, and Connie Kopelov, 84, were married in a chapel at the city clerk's office as a crowd of onlookers cheered. The two, of New York, have been together for 23 years. Kopelov left the clerk's office in a wheelchair, but used a walker to approach reporters. "Your cheers are wonderful," Siegal told well-wishers outside the office. She told reporters the experience was "just so amazing. It's the only...
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Vows Make New York Largest Gay-Marriage State
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Governor Andrew Cuomo says enactment of gay marriage law is point of pride for New Yorkers

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Terrorist proclaimed himself 'Darwinian,' not 'Christian'

WASHINGTON – A review of Anders Behring Breivik's 1,500-page manifesto shows the media's quick characterization of the Norwegian terrorist as a "Christian" may be as incorrect as it was to call Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh one. Breivik was arrested over the weekend, charged with a pair of brutal attacks in and near Oslo, Norway, including a bombing in the...
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China and Iran plan oil barter

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Japan’s Food-Chain Threat Multiplies as Fukushima Radiation Spreads

Radiation fallout from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant poses a growing threat to Japan’s food chain as unsafe levels of cesium found in beef on supermarket shelves were also detected in more vegetables and the ocean. More than 2,600 cattle have been contaminated, Kyodo News...
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Strong quake jolts northeast Japan

The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting that another strong earthquake has jolted northeastern Japan, the same region devastated by March's massive quake and tsunami. There are no immediate reports of injuries or damage, and no tsunami warning is in effect. The U.S.G.S. says the magnitude 6.2-quake struck at...
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Papua New Guinea rattled by 6.3 earthquake

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Hideouts or Sacred Spaces? - Experts Baffled by Mysterious Underground Chambers

Beate Greithanner, a dairy farmer, is barefoot as she walks up the lush meadows of the Doblberg, a mountain in Bavaria set against a backdrop of snow-capped Alpine peaks. She stops and points to a hole in the ground. "This is where the cow was grazing," she says. "Suddenly she fell in,..
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Maryland Governor Suggests New Push for Gay Marriage

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Worst famine in decades killing tens of thousands (+photos, video)

Tens of thousands of Somalis are feared dead in the world's worst famine in a generation, a crisis so severe that the United States will allow emergency funds to be spent in areas controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants as long as the fighters do not interfere with aid distributions. Exhausted, rail-thin women are stumbling into refugee camps in Kenya and Ethiopia with dead babies and...
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50-50 chance of U.S. downgrade: S&P

NEW YORK – Standard & Poor’s reiterated on Thursday it sees a real risk that future U.S. government deficits may meaningfully miss discussed targets and that there is a 50-50 chance the U.S. AAA credit rating could be cut within three months, perhaps as soon as August. The deficit reduction debate is coming up against an August 2 deadline when the US$14.3-trillion limit on America’s borrowing capacity is exhausted, putting in jeopardy payments on U.S. Treasury debt as well as paychecks for federal employees and soldiers. If an...
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End of the Silicon Age? Researchers create the first artificial neural network out of DNA

Scientists have taken a major step toward the creation of artificial intelligence - not in a robot or a silicon chip, but in a test tube. Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have created a circuit of interacting molecules that can recall memories based on incomplete DNA patterns, just like the human brain. 'The brain is incredible,' says Lulu Qian, a Caltech senior postdoctoral scholar in bioengineering...
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New rules urged on hybrid animal-human experiments

While humanizing animals in the name of medical research offers valuable insights into the way human bodies work and diseases develop, clear regulations are needed to make sure humanization of animals is carefully controlled. Extreme scenarios, such as putting brain cells into primates to create talking apes, may remain science fiction, but researchers around the world are...
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In Killing Chupacabra, Did Teen Commit a Felony?

A Texas boy killed what he claims is the legendary vampire beast "el chupacabra" last weekend. Carter Pope (also identified as Carter Sinclair), 13, shot the animal three times on Sunday near his home in La Salle, Texas. He saw the four-legged, doglike animal walking across an open field, but it didn't look exactly like a dog: "It had no hair at all on it," he told local media. "Its back legs were shriveled up...
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As a mysterious skeleton is washed up on a British beach... Do sea monsters REALLY exist?

For centuries they’ve been a part of maritime legend, inspiring curiosity and terror in equal measure. Lurking in the depths of the oceans, shocking in size and appearance, gigantic serpents and prehistoric monsters are as...
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Mysterious 'Frankenstein-like' fossils provide fresh clues to evolution of insects

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