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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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

FLASH: President to lay out jobs plan -- after vacation.../ Nibiru August 2011 Update – Mainstream starts letting the “cat” out of the bag / 700 Water Main Breaks in Houston – a Day / Wall Street Targeted for Britain-style Riots / Livestock tracking plan moves forward / AWOL staff sergeant doubts Obama’s citizenship / 'Making science-fiction a reality': Bulletproof human skin made from spider silk and goat milk developed by researchers / Burt Reynolds faces being thrown out of home


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Clues Get Warm in the Search for Planet X
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New Zealand has been hit by a severe snow storm, and residents are being warned to stock up on emergency food and water. Dozens of major roads remain closed across the North and South Islands and many postal deliveries have been cancelled. via Raw Video: New Zealand Plagued by Snow – YouTube.
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A tornado and heavy rains damaged or destroyed about 60 homes and other buildings in two communities in the western Honduran province of La Paz, which borders on El Salvador, authorities said Sunday. The head of the Copeco emergency commission, Lisandro Rosales, told reporters that the twister touched down on Saturday about 5:30 p.m. (2330 GMT) and completely destroyed four homes, severely damaged 26 more and lightly damaged 24 others in two neighborhoods of the city of Tutule and the…
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Lake Mead Has Series of Small Earthquakes
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700 Water Main Breaks in Houston – a Day
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Lightning Injures 8 at SeaWorld in Orlando
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'Armageddon'? Space Mission Aims to Blast Asteroid Headed for Earth
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Comet Expected to be Visible from Earth in Early 2013
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Crops Damaged by Hail Frustrate Farmers
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Chinese Hunger for Corn Stretches Farm Belt
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Police Foil Alleged Plot to Blow Up Tampa School
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Wall Street Targeted for Britain-style Riots
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Bloody Ramadan: More Than 100 Killed in Iraq So Far
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Preaching Hate – Nation of Islam Leader Farrakhan: American Soldiers Are Terrorists... Not the Muslim Ft. Hood Shooter
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AWOL Staff Sergeant Doubts Obama’s Citizenship
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Ohio Business Owner Terrorized & Shot for Being Non-Union
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Stinging Jellyfish Invade S. Florida Beaches
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Livestock tracking plan moves forward

Washington, D.C. — Official exclusion of brands and eventual inclusion of feeder cattle continues to raise hackles in some quarters as the U.S. Department of Agriculture moves forward with a long-awaited plan to trace U.S. livestock moving into interstate commerce for disease mitigation purposes. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and the nation’s chief veterinary officer John Clifford held a press conference in Washington D.C. Tuesday and presided over a conference call with stakeholders to announce official publication...
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Stick-On Tattoo Replaces Wires And Cables In Patient Monitoring

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AWOL staff sergeant doubts Obama’s citizenship

A Germany-based noncommissioned officer has gone absent without leave and is calling for a citizen’s arrest of President Obama because he believes the president is not an American citizen. Staff Sgt. Daryn Moran, in an email that has circulated among adherents of the birther movement, said he stopped reporting for work at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany, on Aug. 11 and said he won’t return until Obama “provides a birth certificate which stands up to professional examination.” “I did not go to work in the Air Force yesterday,” Moran...
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Fact following fiction? Scientists plan mission to blow up an asteroid 'hurtling towards Earth'

It seemed far-fetched on the silver screen. But the European Space Agency is planning to launch a mission similar to the plot of Hollywood movie Armageddon, in which Bruce Willis and his intrepid team attempt to blow up a huge asteroid that’s hurtling towards Earth. The real version, if it goes ahead in 2015, will see a satellite fired at break-neck speed into a ‘test’ asteroid to see if its course changes. The aim is to assess whether it would be possible to save Earth using this method, should we discover that an asteroid is on a collision course...
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ACLU Sues Missouri School System for Censoring Gay Advocacy Websites
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France and Germany in ‘monstrous power grab'
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'Making science-fiction a reality': Bulletproof human skin made from spider silk and goat milk developed by researchers

It might look like a poorly drawn picture of an alien, but this is actually one of the most advanced types of skin ever made - that can even stop bullets. Researchers genetically engineered goats to produce milk which is packed with the same protein as silk spiders. Once this is milked out it can be spun out and weaved into a material that...
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Giant South American rodent spotted in California

The animal was identified as a capybara, which is the world's largest rodent, and it feeds on vegetation. "If you think a giant guinea pig is cute, then you probably would like it," said Todd Tognazzini, a lieutenant with the California Department of Fish and Game. The capybara is believed to be an escaped pet, Tognazzini said. It was last seen about two weeks ago at a waste-water treatment facility in Paso Robles, a city in...
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Burt Reynolds faces being thrown out of home

The 75-year-old is known for starring roles including in films "Deliverance" and "Smokey and the Bandit" from the 1970s. He also won a Golden Globe for his role as a porn king in the 1997 film ``Boogie Nights''. The mortgage on the house in Hobe Sound that is facing foreclosure was taken out in 1994, a year after Reynolds' widely publicised divorce from actress

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