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A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Part Human/Part Animal Hybrid Monsters Are Being Created By Scientists All Over The Planet / Military Recruiters Asked to Target Gays... / 20 Things That Could Happen If No Debt Deal Is Reached / July 9th Saw Birth of Africa's Newest Nation / 1939 Prophesy...High tempratures....star approaching / Goldman Sachs hoarding aluminum in Detroit warehouses / Cat parasite linked to brain cancer in Humans / Animal aggression reports becoming more common / TRAILER: Fear of a Red Planet – The Hunt for Nibiru /


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TSA readying new 'behavior' detection...
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Military Recruiters Asked to Target Gays...
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Heavy Rain Floods Great Lakes, Breaks Records
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A Glowing Bubbly Bauble in Space
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Secret Cloning Projects Exposed: Help Us Warn the World - Help us warn the world- send Alex’s latest video on the Genetic Genocide to everyone you know and/or make your own video,write your own article and tell your neighbor there’s more going on than just the ballgame.
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Food, Control and the Growing Police State
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Farmer Sues Over GM Crop Contamination
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Here's What Happens If Ratings Agencies Downgrade U.S. Debt: It's Really Bad
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20 Things That Could Happen If No Debt Deal Is Reached - sorce: http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/chronicle/7672746.html

1. Higher interest rates

You'll pay more immediately on credit-card debt. Home and car loan rates will rise, too. Numerous economic forecasters predict an immediate rate increase of at least 1.5 percentage points on consumer interest - adding nearly $20,000 to the cost of a $175,000, 30-year home mortgage. "It would amount to a de facto tax increase on the American people," said Obama economic adviser Jason Furman.

2. A plunging stock market.

Financial services firm Janney Montgomery Scott says a default would prompt a 6.3 percent decline in the S&P 500 over three months. That would cost you dearly if you own a 401(k), money market funds, bond funds or individual stocks. A 6.3 percent drop translates into a loss of $8,816 in the 401(k) of an average investor in his 50s, based on portfolio estimates of the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

3. Prices of imported goods would soar.

The U.S. dollar almost certainly would plummet on the world market, raising the prices we pay for imported products, particularly from economically vibrant Asian nations such as China.

4. State funding crises.

If the federal government can't fork over aid to the states, states will have to scramble to plug massive and unexpected holes in their own budgets. Did you think the contentious state balanced-budget battles of 2011 were over? Think again.

5. Federal student loans would be frozen.

An estimated $8.8 billion in Pell Grants for this school year would not be paid in August and September.

6. No tax refunds.

Still waiting for an income tax refund or other government payment? Don't hold your breath.

7. No road projects.

All federal highway and mass transit aid would come to a screeching halt. That could affect projects such as Houston Metro expansion and U.S. 290 construction.

8. Chaos at airports.

If the government can't pay for security screeners, air traffic controllers or others involved in our transportation system, American air travel could be disrupted.

9. National parks would be shuttered.

Planning a vacation at the Grand Canyon or Big Bend this summer? Want to visit the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall or the Johnson Space Center? These are not likely to make the cut of essential government services and could close down until the crisis is resolved.

10. Possible cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.

If you're old or poor, your future benefits are uncertain. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says flatly that "a broad range of government payments would have to be stopped, limited or delayed, including … Social Security and Medicare payments." Will it happen? Reduced or delayed benefits are definite possibilities.

11. Jobless aid in jeopardy.

Geithner says that unemployment insurance also might have to be delayed or reduced. It's all a question of priorities: Which is more important, paying our troops or aiding jobless Americans?

12. Military personnel can't count on a regular paycheck.

Repaying U.S. bond-holders is the first priority if the debt ceiling is not increased, the White House has said. Then what? Social Security recipients? Medicare beneficiaries? If you do that, there's not enough money to pay federal personnel. Among those who could go without full pay are uniformed military, civilian Pentagon staffers, defense contractors and intelligence operatives.

13. Veterans benefits are in grave jeopardy.

If the president decides to continue to pay for national-security obligations and social safety net programs for the elderly and unemployed, there likely won't be enough money left to fund programs for military veterans. At a minimum, it would mean reduced services and delayed reimbursements.

14. Federal workers may not be paid.

If you work for the federal government, you could be in big trouble. It's an open question whether federal workers would be furloughed or laid off. But it's clear that most of them could not be paid - at least their entire salaries.

15. Thousands of American businesses would be stiffed by Uncle Sam.

The government would be unable to pay its vendors. So whether you own a Houston janitorial service that cleans government buildings or are a multibillion-dollar Fort Worth defense contractor, you're not going to get paid. So how do you meet your own payroll? That's your problem.

16. Small businesses will lose a safety net.

Don't bother applying for a small business loan or any other form of government assistance. It's not going to be processed until the debt ceiling is increased. And there won't be any small business assistance to recover from natural disasters.

17. Shockwaves will reverberate in foreign financial markets.

Because the U.S. would not be able to borrow or spend money from abroad, world stock markets likely would decline significantly. That would affect anyone with money market accounts that are invested in global equities.

18. Companies are likely to hold off on making new hires.

Because of increased uncertainty about consumer spending, companies will be far less likely to expand or to fill existing vacancies. Some economists are predicting a spike in unemployment back to double-digit levels. Third Way estimates a net loss of 640,000 jobs within a year tied to the consequences of default. To those who survived the Great Recession of 2009, you may be facing another period of anxiety and uncertainty.

19. Many Americans will take out loans - if they can get them.

Personal debt will spike as Americans seek loans to cover payments the government no longer can give them, from college aid to business subsidies to health care assistance.

20. Your share of the national debt will increase.

The downgrading of U.S. credit will force the American government to pay more for long-term borrowing to finance the nation's $14 trillion-plus in debt. (Remember, that's what triggered this crisis.) A recent report by J.P. Morgan financial analysts says that the Treasury Department most likely would be required to increase yields to government bond purchasers by 50 basis points, costing the U.S. $75 billion a year in higher interest payments. That adds up to about $2,500 over 10 years for every man, woman and child living in the U.S. - a hefty penalty for each of us to pay for Washington's dysfunctional state.
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Jobs Czar Sends Jobs to China
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July 9th Saw Birth of Africa's Newest Nation
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1939 Prophecy, High Temperatures, Star Approaching
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Hay Shortage Could Spell Disaster for Cattle Herds – Worst Conditions in 40 Years
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Goldfish Untended after Deadly Earthquake Survive 4 1/2 Months Without Food or Care;
Experts Baffled
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Riot Breaks Out on Hollywood Boulevard
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Black Helicopters Seen in Multiple States as Pentagon's Deployment of 20,000 Troops Inside US to be Ready This Year
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Special Ops Commander Warns of Al Qaeda 2.0
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Islam Demands Unconditional Surrender
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Norway murderer’s Freemason obsession

Many media outlets are describing Anders Behring Breivik, the alleged perpetrator of the Oslo terrorist attacks on Friday, as a Christian fundamentalist. His 1,500-page manifesto — 2083 A European Declaration of Independence — and an accompanying video reveal a more complex picture. Aside from his interest in Christianity, Breivik appears to have studied aspects of esotericism and neopaganism, and may have been involved with such circles at one time. In regards to followers of the neopagan religion of Odinism, he says, “Even Odinists...
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Goldman Sachs hoarding aluminum in Detroit warehouses

The derelict neighbourhood off Michigan Avenue is a sharp contrast to Goldman's bustling skyscraper headquarters near Wall Street, but the two operations share one important element: management by the bank's savvy financial professionals. A string of warehouses in Detroit, most of them operated by Goldman, has stockpiled more than a million tonnes of the industrial metal aluminum, about a

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Mega-quake could hit south of Vancouver Island

A B.C. study says the fault line between two tectonic plates in the Pacific Northwest is seven kilometres deeper than originally believed. Study lead author and Simon Fraser University earth sciences professor Andrew Calvert says it's unclear what to make of the discovery. But he speculates it could mean the mega quake expected to hit the West Coast could occur beneath the Olympic Peninsula, south of Vancouver Island.
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Lead birther Orly Taitz still on case, questioning Obama’s Social Security number

It seemed that President Obama’s release of his full birth certificate a couple of months ago — and his brutal skewering of Donald Trump at the White House correspondents dinner in May — completely took the air out of the “birther” movement. Not so. None other than Orly Taitz , the Los Angeles lawyer, dentist and real estate agent, is still on the case, recently filing a Freedom of Information Act suit in federal court against Social Security Administration Commissioner Michael Astrue.
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The birth certificate please! Subpoena to be delivered

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Rick Perry: 'Gay Marriage Is Not Fine With Me'

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Earth 'shares orbit with asteroid'

A tiny asteroid has been discovered which runs ahead of Earth on the planet's year-long orbits around the Sun, scientists report. The discovery of this companion, which measures only about 300 metres across, makes Earth the fourth planet in the solar system that is known to share its orbit with an asteroid. If Earth and the asteroid were travelling around a clock face, with the Sun in the middle, the asteroid runs about two numbers ahead...
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Calif. borrows $5.4 billion amid U.S. debt drama
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ATF Manager says he shared Fast and Furious Info with White House

At a lengthy hearing on ATF's controversial gunwalking operation today, a key ATF manager told Congress he discussed the case with a White House National Security staffer as early as September 2010. The communications were between ATF Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix office, Bill Newell, and White House National Security Director for North America Kevin O'Reilly. Newell said the two are longtime friends. The content of what Newell shared with O'Reilly is unclear and wasn't fully explored at the hearing. It's the first time anyone...
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Bolivia's president says he fears possible U.S. plot

La Paz, Bolivia (CNN) -- Bolivian leader Evo Morales says he's worried that U.S. authorities will plant something on his presidential plane to link him with drug trafficking when he attends Wednesday's United Nations General Assembly meeting. "Do you know what? I think they have to be preparing something," he told a convention of female farm workers over the weekend. "So much that I'm afraid to go with our airplane to the United States. Surely when we arrive, they can plant something and detain the presidential plane." Morales said he was still...
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IDF fears Syrian army will back up border protesters

The army is preparing for the possibility that Syrian soldiers will deploy along the border and actively defend men who try to infiltrate the Golan Heights during demonstrations expected to break out following the Palestinian Authority’s unilateral declaration of statehood at the United Nations in September. The IDF got its first taste of the demonstrations along the Syrian border on May 15 when Palestinian protestors crossed into Majdal Shams. A few weeks later, protests again broke out near Majdal Shams but the IDF succeeded in preventing an...
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Africa famine experts: 800,000 children may die

(AP) DADAAB, Kenya - Mihag Gedi Farah is 7 months old, and weighs as little as a newborn with the weathered skin of an old man. His mother managed to get him to a field hospital in a Kenyan refugee camp after a weeklong odyssey, but the baby's anguished eyes, hollow cheeks and fragile limbs show just how severe...

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Norway killings: Mysterious group called the Knights Templar

Oslo killer Anders Behring Breivik wrote that the group’s aim was to attempt to “seize political and military control of Western European multiculturalist regimes” and to “try, judge and punish Western European cultural Marxist or multiculturalist perpetrators for crimes committed against the indigenous peoples of Europe.” Using the Latin phrase “pauperes...
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Oregon congressman quitting after sex allegations

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Cat parasite linked to brain cancer

An infectious parasite spread by cats may be a cause of brain cancer in humans, research suggests. The single-celled organism Toxoplasma gondii infects about a third of the world's population. Often it causes no symptoms, but the parasite can be fatal to unborn babies and damage the nerve systems of people with weak immune systems. The new study shows a positive correlation between rates of infection by T. gondii and brain cancer incidence around the world.

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Could zinc be a cure for the common cold? Taking supplements could shorten illness length by 40 per cent

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Mass death of chickens & ducks perplexes health and environmental officials

Tweet The mass death of chickens and ducks on a small island next to the US Army’s missile testing range in the Marshall Islands is perplexing health and environment officials. The sudden and unexplained deaths of nearly 100 chickens on Enibooj Island — which has a population of less than 200 people living a largely subsistence lifestyle — sparked an investigation earlier this week by Ministry of Health and Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority [EPA] officials. “More than 85 chickens...
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US: Pennsylvania girl hit by lightning on sunny afternoon

Tweet Canonsburg, Pennsylvania – An 11-year-old western Pennsylvania girl is recovering after she was struck by a bolt from the blue. Lisa Wehrle tells the Observer-Reporter newspaper of Washington, Pa., that the sun was shining when her daughter, Britney, was struck by lightning Friday, apparently from a storm several miles away. Lisa Wehrle says, “There was no rain. It was a beautiful day. All she heard was some thunder.” via US: Pennsylvania girl, 11, hit by lightning on sunny afternoon...
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South Korea: Freak Weather Becomes the Norm

Tweet Emergency officials believe the main reason for the heavy damage caused by torrential rain is the weakening effect constant downpours have had on the surface of mountains, triggering devastating landslides. As soon as the record rainy season ended, new torrential downpours followed, prompting weather experts to conclude that this pattern is becoming the norm rather than the exception. “Unusual weather patterns have now become the norm and we must change the way we deal with disasters,” said Jeong Sang-man,...
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Golf-ball sized hail reported in Saskatchewan

Tweet Tuesday’s storm brought with it golf-ball sized hail to parts of the province and tornado warnings, but fortunately the market gardens northwest of Regina escaped harm. Greg Walters, meteorologist with Environment Canada, said the unstable air masses that caused the storms blew in from Alberta and Montana. “We did have a report (Tuesday) night, southeast of Last Mountain (Lake) reported toonie-sized hail,” he said. “That looked to be around 6:30 p.m.” Environment Canada also received a report of toonie-sized...
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Man says thousands of fish turned up dead in Indiana lake

Tweet Imagine thousands of fish literally turn up dead in a lake near your home. That’s just what happened at a lake in Seymour, Indiana. So, our viewers called us asking us to get answers. Neighbors say they’ve never seen anything like this before. Stinking, dead fish giving off a foul odor and floating in the lake is what Corey Lanier and his neighbors came across this weekend “It was just a very overwhelming…just rotten fish smell,” Corey Lanier
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Animal aggression reports becoming more common

Tweet By The Extinction Protocol July 28, 2011 – QUEENSLAND – A Kooralbyn family say they are prisoners in their own home ever since a rampaging wallaby moved into the neighborhood. Julie Bambrick said an unusually aggressive pretty-faced wallaby – dubbed Wacker by the family – had terrorized her 11-year-old grandson Reece, bowled over her husband Virgil and bit him on the face, and hissed, snarled and scratched at her whenever she ventured into her garden. She said the family had...
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TRAILER: Fear of a Red Planet – The Hunt for Nibiru‬‏
Tweet Coming Fall 2011 on The Jungle Apocalypse In 1997, Art Bell received a call from someone claiming to be a ex-Area 51 employee. He stated that disasters where coming, and the government new about them. 14 years later, TJA Presents will bring you Fear of a Red Planet - The Hunt for Nibiru. In the film, we speak with John Moore, Marshall Masters, Stan Deyo, Freeman and others about the possibility of a dwarf star or large planet passing...
In 1997, Art Bell received a call from someone claiming to be a ex-Area 51 employee. He stated that disasters where coming, and the government new about them.

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