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, January 3, 2012

Americans buy record numbers of guns going in to new year... / UAE starts online registration for national ID / Euro will lose a country in 2012 as breakup begins, CEBR says / Is a super-volcano just 390 miles from London about to erupt? / Sinkhole leaves Allentown residents nearly homeless / Gun sales break records before Christmas, as FBI reports gun dealers ordered 1.5M background checks in December / Earthquakes Skyrocket in 2011-2011 / 20 TONS of Dead Fish Off Norway

Americans buy record numbers of guns going in to new year...
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One of the earliest drawings of the Tower of Babel found on ancient stone tablet

A carving of the Tower of Babel has been found on a stone tablet dating back over 2,500 years. It comes from the newly published book Cuneiform Royal Inscriptions And Related Texts In The Schøyen Collection. The collection is owned by Norwegian businessman Martin Schøyen, who has amassed over 13,000 ancient manuscripts and tablets. One of the images shows King Nebuchadnezzar II, who ruled Babylon 2,500 years ago, standing next to a huge ziggurat – a pyramidlike structure dedicated to the god Marduk that some scholars...
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Japan shaken by 7.0 offshore quake

A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck under the sea south of Japan on Sunday, shaking buildings in the capital but causing no apparent damage or tsunami. The quake struck near the uninhabited island of Torishima in the Pacific Ocean, about 600 kilometres south of Tokyo, and its epicentre was about 370 kilometres below the sea, the Meterological Agency said. It did not generate a tsunami. Buildings in the Tokyo area shook, but no damage or injuries were reported. Express trains in northern and central Japan were suspended temporarily...
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Bird Flu death man 'caught virus after jogging in park' in China

The 39-year-old Chinese man, identified only by his family name, Chen, died of multiple organ failure on Saturday – a week after being admitted to hospital with pneumonia in the southern industrial city of Shenzhen, located just across the boarder from Hong Kong. "We discovered he had taken five days' leave before he fell sick. He went jogging every morning in an area where there are many migratory birds," said Chinese Health Ministry official He Jianfeng. The medical team are now probing whether Mr Chen, a bus driver, contracted the deadly...
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UAE starts online registration for national ID
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Transhumanism Turns People Into Slaves to Technology

The gaming industry is into transhumanism. The idea of removing a perfectly good limb and replacing it with one that has super human abilities is the stuff of video games, for now. Deus Ex is a game about transhumanism. Part of the hype for Deus Ex was the creation of a fictitious corporation, Sarif Industries that specializes in human augmentation using artificial body parts. Here is Sarif Industries’ perfect pitch for transhumanism. This is the hard sell for using technology to replace normal body parts augmenting healthy humans beyond normal...
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Goodbye US Constitution! Obama signs law permitting military to arrest and detain American citizens

HONOLULU: After objecting to provisions of a military spending bill that would have forced him to try terrorism suspects in military courts and impose strict sanctions on Iran's oil exports, the US President, Barack Obama, has signed it. He said although he did not support all of it, changes made by Congress after negotiations with the White...
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UFO reports in Ireland on the increase
Irish Central
In the past three years, the reports of UFO sightings in Ireland has increased by nearly 70 percent, according to the UFO Research Association of Ireland. In 2011 alone, 59 incidents were reported, a sharp increase from the 35 reports in 2009. ...
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'Santa Claus' fireball over Europe was from Russia
RT
“It looked like a very, very slow meteor fragmented in several pieces,” ... A 6-kilogram metal “Teletubby head” fell from the sky near a village in Namibia. ...
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World's Biggest Economies Face $7.6 Trillion Bond Tab...
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Euro will lose a country in 2012 as breakup begins, CEBR says

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'Mind control' scientists can make mice forget bad memories - and the technique could work in humans

Neuroscientists at MIT have found a chemical way to make mice forget bad memories. By deactivating a 'memory gene' - Npas 4 - they found that mice would 'forget' their fear of a chamber where they had previously been given electric shocks. The scientists believe they could be 'closing in' on the areas of the brain where long-term memories are stored - and a technique for controlling these memories. The researchers think that the gene could be crucial for all types of memory. The knowledge would be a breakthrough in our understanding...
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A fabric 'stronger than steel': Scientists crack how to 'farm' spider's webs by making silkworms do the work

Scientists have genetically engineered silkworms to make artificial spider silk. It is hoped the breakthrough could lead to the development of stronger fibres for textiles, bandages for burn victims and bullet-proof vests. The GM silkworms spin tough fibres containing spider silk proteins that are more elastic and extensible, making it more suitable for use in a range of medical applications. Territorialism and cannibalism among spiders pose challenges to spider farming as a viable means of manufacturing silk. Dr Donald Jarvis, of the University...
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Is a super-volcano just 390 miles from London about to erupt?

A sleeping super-volcano in Germany is showing worrying signs of waking up. It's lurking just 390 miles away underneath the tranquil Laacher See lake near Bonn and is capable of ejecting billions of tons of magma. This monster erupts every 10 to 12,000 years and last went off 12,900 years ago, so it could blow at any time. It covered 620 square miles of land with ash and rocks and several small earthquakes in the region last year indicate that it could be awakening from its deep sleep. Experts believe that if it did go off, it could lead to widespread...
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Sinkhole leaves Allentown residents nearly homeless

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Gun sales break records before Christmas, as FBI reports gun dealers ordered 1.5M background checks in December

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Pastor accused of injuring, causing man's death

A trial date of April 16 has been set in the civil suit against a former Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) pastor accused of injuring a 71-year-old man and causing his eventual death, according to court documents. Documents filed by an attorney for David Rhodes claim that Stephen Eugene Galiher in April 2009 was drinking with TBN's president and founder at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach, where Galiher was doing work for the Costa Mesa-based network. TBN's president allegedly watched an intoxicated Galiher drive away to a...
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New year brings same-sex civil unions to Hawaii, Delaware

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Earthquakes Skyrocket in 2011-2011
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5.5 Quake Leaves 10,000 New Zealanders Without Power
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Hellish Wind Torpedoes Branch Through Car Window Skewering Driver
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'Occupier' Stabs Cop on New Year's Eve in Zuccotti Park
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20 TONS of Dead Fish Off Norway
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2011 Geopolitical Events Seemingly Prewritten in the Bible Could be Fulfilled in 2012
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Deadly Chile forest fires spread
Firefighters in Chile are tackling dozens of forest fires which have killed one person and destroyed 230 sq km (57,000 acres) of land in the southern and central regions. A 75-year-old man died in Bio Bio after he refused to leave his home. Firefighters said they had managed to contain four out of six blazes in the Torres del Paine National Park.  
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Scientists grow sperm in laboratory dish

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