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, August 2, 2011

VERY HEAVY NEWS: -- ATF Intimidates Gun Owners With Home Visits / PUTIN: USA 'parasite' on global economy / RI Town Files for Bankruptcy / Netanyahu 'ready to negotiate borders with Palestine / UFO spotted over northern Australia / Shocking Videos of Deadly Landslide / The wreck files: Have scientists found a crashed flying saucer on the seabed? / Critical Alert From Banking Operations I/T Mgr. / USGS Issues Second Statement Re California And Nevada Volcanic Plumes / Ethical Frontiers Of Humanizing Animals In The Lab / Comet Elenin Is A Lie, It Is Planet X, We Are Being Lied To! / End Times? It Is for a Blood-Red Texas Lake


Video's from the July 30 and July 31 eruption
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Update number of injured
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By In2EastAfrica
Close to two million people are at a risk of facing starvation as the country grapples with food shortage due to crop failure mid-year. The shortage will get worse from September because of the poor harvest recorded this season, ...
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Residents of the Arizona town that's now a YouTube sensation after police forcibly removed a woman speaking at a recent public meeting are now experiencing firearms confiscation by the government.
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Even as it finds itself embroiled in a scandal that saw weapons being deliberately sent to criminal gangs in Mexico, the ATF has issued a letter ordering firearms dealers in border states to report sales of two or more semi-automatic rifles, and is following it up by harassing gun owners with intimidating home visits as well as threatening gun dealers to spy on their customers.
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Unless the debt ceiling is raised by Tuesday Aug. 2, the White House keeps reminding us, the U.S. government will no longer be able to pay its bills.
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South Dakota Dam Set To Burst Officials Warn
The Intel Hub Shepard Ambellas July 30, 2011 There is the potential for disaster as rising flood waters threaten to burst the White Lake Dam in Marshall County, SD. Emergency Management Officials fear...
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Missouri law includes vegetables in definition of garbage feeding
Eric and Joanna Reuter at Chert Hollow Farm wanted to feed their pigs organic vegetable and fresh whey, but a state statute deems that to be illegal. 
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UFO spotted over northern Australia
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El Golfo, El Hierro, The Canary Islands (Spain) where the majority of earthquakes have been recorded
Canary Islands Earthquake Swarm Enters 3rd Week - Tidal wave catastrophe looms Published Date: 10 August 2004    -      
WORLD leaders were yesterday urged to wake up to the threat from a collapsing mountain which at any moment could unleash a massive tidal wave on the east coast of North America.
A chunk of a volcano in the Canary Islands the size of the Isle of Man is on the brink of falling into the sea, a leading expert warned.

Scientists think it could break away when the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma next erupts.

If that happened, a giant tsunami up to 500 feet high would be sent racing across the Atlantic at the speed of a passenger jet. About nine hours later it would hit the Caribbean islands and the east coast of Canada and the United States.                     
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Shocking Videos of Deadly Landslide

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Killing Drought in Arkansas
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Japan Expands Cattle-Shipment Ban as Radiation Contaminates Beef
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Extremists Flocking to Facebook for Recruits
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The Medicinal Herb FAQ
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Welcome to Agenda 21’s `Walkability’
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Record percentage of United States experiences 'exceptional drought'

(CNN) -- Exceptional drought conditions spread across nearly 12% of the United States last month, a record number that shows the widespread impact of the dry weather conditions, according to a report released Monday. Officials at the National Drought Mitigation Center said the...
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HSBC To Axe 30,000 Jobs All Over The World

As exclusively revealed by Sky City editor Mark Kleinman, the bank will axe a total of 30,000 jobs over the next two years to save $3.5bn. It has already shed 5,000 jobs and will axe another 25,000 by the end of 2013. It is understood most will be overseas. News of the job losses came as HSBC announced profits were up 3.7% to £6.9bn in...
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Judge blocks Kan. law defunding Planned Parenthood

WICHITA, Kan. — A federal judge ruled Monday that Planned Parenthood would likely succeed in overturning a new Kansas law that would deny the group access to federal family planning funding, saying he believes the law is unconstitutional and was intended to punish Planned Parenthood for advocating for abortion rights. U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten granted Planned Parenthood of Kansas’ request for a temporary...
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Facial recognition identifies your social security number

A picture of your face is all it takes for Alessandro Acquisti at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) to access a wealth of personal information. He and colleagues used PittPatt facial recognition software - which was developed at CMU and recently bought by Google - to match people with their Facebook profiles and gather names, birth dates and other demographics for one in three test subjects. The researchers then used this data to correctly predict the first five digits of the subjects'...
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Robots threaten China's workers

ONE million robots will, if everything goes according to plan, be toiling in Foxconn's Chinese factories in three years' time -- a mighty, mechanised army tirelessly snapping together the world's iPhones, Nintendo games consoles, DVD players and Android tablets in a whirring tumult of automation. It would represent a colossal chunk...

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Intense Solar Flare Erupts From the Sun

A powerful flare erupted from the sun this past weekend, but while the storm was not aimed directly at Earth, it was nearly the most powerful type of solar storm there is, scientists say. The brief but strong solar flare occurred late Friday (July 29) at 10:09 p.m. EDT (0209 GMT July 30), and grew in intensity. The flare was followed by an unrelated geomagnetic storm, which was triggered by fluctuations in the solar wind, according to Spaceweather.com, a website that monitors space weather events. As a result...
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The wreck files: Have scientists found a crashed flying saucer on the seabed?

A mysterious circle on a grainy scan, this is what scientists are claiming is finally evidence that Earth has been visited by aliens. Researchers have claimed the fuzzy outline is a flying saucer that ended up 300ft down on the ocean floor between Sweden and Finland. They were stunned when sonar scans taken while searching for a century-old wreck showed up the shape against the dirt. The ocean exploration team which found it claims that the earth around the craft has...
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Stink bug invasion puts entomologist in demand

Reporting from Kearneysville, W.Va.— Tracy Leskey's job stinks. Whether working at her Department of Agriculture lab, in orchards or at home, she's a leader of a kind of federal SWAT team fighting what a rural Maryland congressman calls the "bug from hell," the brown marmorated stink bug that is all the buzz in the mid-Atlantic region. Thousands of the winged,..
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Critical Alert From Banking Operations I/T Mgr.
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Gold Coins Selling Out in Lisbon as Biggest Wager Sees 10% Gain
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Super Bacteria? Fighting Resistance Could Be Trickier Than Thought
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Ethical Frontiers Of Humanizing Animals In The Lab - Mice with human-language DNA? Goats with human-like organs? They already exist. A British report raises anew the dilemma of creating animals with human characteristics for the sake of medical science.
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REID: Rise of Tea Party 'very, very disconcerting'...
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TSA to debut 'Israeli-style' airport screening...
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Fla city cuts entire police dept...
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Comet Elenin Is A Lie, It Is Planet X, We Are Being Lied To!

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All 50 States See Record Highs in July
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Vivid Lightning Covers Sky Almost Every Night

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World's Driest Desert Hit by Snow, Rain
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Seven 6.0+ Earthquakes in 8 Days
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Iraq Hit by Extreme Weather as Temp Reaches 125.6ºF (52ºC)
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US may still lose AAA debt rating
THE House of Representatives' approval of a deal to raise the government's debt ceiling may not be enough to prevent the US losing its coveted AAA debt rating sometime in the next six months, largely because the agreement does not cut enough spending. The three main ratings agencies declined to comment on the prospect of future downgrades. But the agencies, along with economists and analysts, have signalled that doubts about America's debt will persist.
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Tree falls on Saskatchewan man during freak hail storm

Tweet A 19-year-old Saskatchewan man died during a camping trip Monday after a tree fell on him and trapped him outside during a hail storm and tornado. Police say the man and his family were sleeping in tents near Little Philion Lake, when at about 4:30 a.m., a fierce storm and tornado hit the area. The family dashed to their truck to get protection from the hail and falling trees, but the 19-year-old didn’t make it. A tree, which also...
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Video: Rare tornado strikes Russian city

Tweet One person has been killed and twenty eight others injured as a powerful tornado hit the Russian far-eastern city of Blagoveshchensk. According to the local emergency services, six people were taken to hospital where one of them subsequently died. The tornado was so powerful that it tore the roofs from houses, turned over vehicles, flattened trees and smashed windows in several buildings. Local authorities have introduced a state of emergency in the city, Itar-Tass news agency reports. 200 people...
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Thousands of fish mysteriously die in Moroccan river

Tweet Since mid-June, thousands of dead fish have been rotting along the banks of the Moulouya River, in north-east Morocco. While tests are being carried out to establish the cause of death, environmental activists are blaming a local sugar refinery that they accuse of “environmental crimes.” After residents notified local environmental groups of the situation, these groups formed a collective called the “North Moroccan Green Platform” to shed light on the problem. The collective points out that the river’s estuary...

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