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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Friday, August 19, 2011

IBM unveils chips that mimic the human brain... / NASA: Aliens may destroy humanity to protect other civilisations / OBUMMER SUMMER: DOW DOWN ANOTHER 400 / Scientists alter chicken DNA to create embryo with 'alligator-like' snout... / Giant Dust Storm Rolls Through Phoenix, Downing Power Lines / Gold Prices Pounce on New Record / Large slow-moving UFO over Chengdu City was 'like a mothership' says witness / Bridge construction leads to Massive Fish Kill, China

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IBM unveils chips that mimic the human brain...
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Run Out of Water? Texas Town Heading There
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Are the Raw Milk Raids to Distract from Something Far More Deadly to Farming?
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Fireball Leads to Midwest Meteorite Alert, NASA Warns
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A Second Great Depression, or Worse
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NASA: Aliens may destroy humanity to protect other civilisations - Photograph: PR http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/aug/18/aliens-destroy-humanity-protect-civilisations
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OBUMMER SUMMER: DOW DOWN ANOTHER 400
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OBAMA CANCELS DEPORTATIONS OF ILLEGALS...
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Scientists alter chicken DNA to create embryo with 'alligator-like' snout...
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Georgia Shaken By Moderate 5.1 Earthquake
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World population to reach 7 billion this year...
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Gaddafi Making Plans To Leave Libya, NBC Reports
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Another haboob engulfs Phoenix!

PHOENIX - A massive dust storm moved up from the southeast, bringing a wall of dirt across the Valley. Air15 video showed the huge dust cloud covering the entire Valley by the time it ended. The storm also created dangerous visibility concerns as blowing dust clouded the air powered by 40 and 50 mph winds. One gust was recorded at 62 mph. Rain continued to fall in the north Valley at 8 p.m. This storm will not start another dust storm but will help clear the air from all the dust...
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Gold Prices Pounce on New Record
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Slowdown Fears Slam U.S. Stocks
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended down 419.63 points, or 3.7%, to 10990.58. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index dropped 53.24 points, or 4.5%, to 1140.65, while the Nasdaq Composite lost 131.05 points, or 5.2%, to 2380.43.  
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UFO Spotted Over Chinese Airport Aug 18, 2011
The mysterious object was spotted Wednesday afternoon floating high above Jiangbei International Airport in the city of Chongqing, an important aviation hub for southwestern China.

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Here Are 10 States Where No One Wants To Buy A New Home
The decline in new permits in some states is over 80% for the same period. 
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Nearly half of children near Fukushima plant absorbed radiation

IWAKI, Fukushima Prefecture--A survey of more than 1,000 children and babies living near the quake-stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has produced an alarming finding: 45 percent of them suffered internal exposure to radiation following the accident there. Most children absorbed relatively low levels of radiation in their thyroid glands, according to officials who explained the results to residents in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, on Aug. 17. Tests conducted in Iwaki city, Kawamata town and Iitate village between March 24 and 30 found that 26 percent of under-16s absorbed 0.01 microsievert per hour, while 11 percent absorbed 0.02 microsievert per hour. At least one child recorded radiation of 0.10 microsievert per hour, but officials said that level did not pose a health risk. During a one-on-one consultation...
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Iron Dome intercepts 2 rockets fired at Israel

While the IDF continued to search for the terrorists who committed four deadly attacks in the south, the Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted two rockets fired at Ashkelon from Gaza. Four rockets were fired altogether, of which the system intercepted two. The other two exploded in open spaces, and no injuries or damage were reported. Of the first rocket attack, Yaakov Ronen,..

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Bond markets signal 'Japanese' slump for US and Europe

Panic flight to safety has pushed the yield on 10-year US Treasuries below 2pc for the first time in modern American history, exceeding the extremes of the Lehman crisis and the banking crash of the 1930s. Investors scrambled to buy the bonds of strongest industrial states on Thursday on fears of a double-dip recession on both sides of the Atlantic and a...

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Philly Fed index warns that risk of double-dip recession is growing

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Trump: "Our President Is Grossly Incompetent"

Donald Trump: "Our president is grossly incompetent. He doesn't know what he's doing. The world is laughing at us. It's very, very sad."
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Rick Perry teaches small New Hampshire child about evolution: It's a 'theory' with 'some gaps in it'

Don't mess with Texas - or God - on Rick Perry's watch. The GOP presidential hopeful spoke to a crowd in Portsmouth, N.H., Thursday - and explained the "theory" of evolution to one young boy. "I hear your mom was asking about evolution," the conservative candidate said to the boy. "That's a theory that is out there - and it's got some gaps in it." Perry, who was being jostled...
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Texas can expect little weather relief, feds say

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Oil sheen reported near BP’s Thunder Horse platform in Gulf

BP said today it spotted a silvery oil sheen measuring 2 feet by 30 feet on the surface of the water near its Thunder Horse oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The British oil giant reported the oil and water spill to the National Response Center, and said the release had been stopped. Daren Beaudo, a BP spokesman, said operations...
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Eyewitness News gets exclusive look at deadly sinkhole

TAFT, Calif. — Photos from an oil field near Taft give a first look at the area where a sinkhole opened up, killing a Chevron worker. State officials have banned steam injection at problem areas near two wells, and they say more steam and fluids are reaching the surface. Eyewitness News obtained photos from the Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources. The images from DOGGR show a hilly area of the large Midway...
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Orange goo floating off Kivalina not eggs but fungal spores

An orange-colored goo that streaked the shore of a remote Alaska village turned out to be fungal spores, not millions of microscopic eggs as indicated by preliminary analysis, scientists said Thursday. Further tests with more advanced equipment showed the substance is consistent with spores from fungi that create rust, which accounts for the color, said officials with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...

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UFO Spotted Over Chinese Airport


CHONGQING, China – Planes were dramatically diverted away from a major Chinese airport after reports of a UFO circling a runway, the Shanghai Daily reported Thursday. The mysterious object was spotted Wednesday afternoon floating high above Jiangbei International Airport in the city of Chongqing, an important...
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Large slow-moving UFO over Chengdu City was 'like a mothership' says witness

Hundreds of people in Chengdu City, China, observed a large UFO as it slowly moved across a cloudy starless sky on Monday, August 8, 2011. One of the witnesses was a man named Mr. Yu who spoke with SCTV 4 about the event. Mr. Yu told reporters that the UFO was large, slow, and moving at a high altitude. He also said it reminded him of the film "Independence Day"...
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French Airport Tests 'Virtual' Hologram Boarding Agents

ORLY, France – An airport in France is experimenting with "virtual" boarding agents in a bid to jazz up its terminals with 21st century avatars who always smile, don't need breaks and never go on strike. The pilot project at Paris' Orly airport began last month, and has so far been met with a mix of amusement and surprise by travelers

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Bridge construction leads to Massive Fish Kill, China

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