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, January 18, 2012

FDIC Requires Big Banks to Have Breakup Plan... / The cyborgs are coming! Living brains implanted with electronic chips to replace 'faulty' parts / World Bank lowers global growth outlook / $10 TRILLION Liquidity Injection Coming? Credit Suisse Hunkers Down Ahead Of The European Endgame / US Treasury dips into pension funds to avoid debt / Tel Aviv named top gay city; Israeli city bumps out New York for best Pride City / Argentina Building Huge Biometric Database For Use With Police's Face Recognition Technology / Artificial meat grown in a lab could become a reality THIS year / Weather-driven Devastating Food Shortage Sparks Mass Suicide / New Animal Virus Takes Northern Europe by Surprise / U.S. Government to take away citizenship of anybody that is considered a hostile enemy or supporting hostility towards the U.S. Government / 1 State Defies Obama Detention Plan / Canada's PM to Legally Recognize Foreign Gay Marriages, Even If Their Home Country Doesn't / 1/16/2012 -- 'Strange sounds' heard WORLDWIDE -- what is it?! / Gerald Celente on Iran / Schiff: U.S. is In Worse Shape Than Europe


TSA ADMITS WRONGDOING IN STRIP SEARCHS OF TWO ELDERLY WOMEN...
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Seattle: Biggest Snowstorm in Decades Begins...
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FDIC Requires Big Banks to Have Breakup Plan...
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German Deputy: S&P Downgrade Part of American 'War Against Euro'...
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FITCH: Greece to Default, 'Will Be Orderly'...
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The cyborgs are coming! Living brains implanted with electronic chips to replace 'faulty' parts
...researchers at Tel Aviv University have successfully created circuits that can replace motor functions - such as blinking - and implanted them into brains. They hope the technology could in the future help people suffering from brain malfunctions such as Parkinson's disease - by replacing damaged or malfunctioning tissue with chips that perform the same function. 
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Up to 6.7 million bats dead of fungus
"White-nose syndrome has spread quickly through bat populations in eastern North America, and has caused significant mortality in many colonies," said Dr. Jeremy Coleman, co-ordinator of the U.S white-nose syndrome program. "Many bats were lost before we were able to establish pre-white-nose syndrome population estimates."  
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Greek PM says creditors may be forced to take losses: report
Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said he will consider legislation forcing the country's creditors to take losses on their holdings if no agreement can be reached in critical negotiations set to resume on Wednesday, the New York Times reported. ...Many private investors, like hedge funds, pension funds and banks, would just as soon see an involuntary default, because much of their holdings are insured through credit default swaps, the Times reported.
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Russia Investigates Claim That US Radar Doomed Mars Probe

Russian space officials are investigating whether interference from an American radar station may have led to the demise of a failed Mars probe that fell back to Earth on Sunday (Jan. 17), according to media reports. The unmanned Russian Phobos-Grunt spacecraft suffered a crippling malfunction shortly after launch, which stranded it in low-Earth orbit instead of sending it on toward Mars. After being marooned in orbit for more than two months, the dead spacecraft plunged through Earth's atmosphere Sunday, showering debris over the Pacific Ocean.
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World Bank lowers global growth outlook

THE World Bank has slashed growth forecasts, warning that the global economy could be thrown into a worse recession than it faced during the global financial crisis. In its latest briefing on global economic prospects, the bank said that the world economy had entered a new and difficult phase characterised by “significant downside risks and fragility”. “While contained for the moment, the risk of a much broader freezing up of capital markets and a global crisis similar in magnitude to the Lehman crisis remains,'' it said. “The world could be thrown into a...
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$10 TRILLION Liquidity Injection Coming? Credit Suisse Hunkers Down Ahead Of The European Endgame
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Central banks increase gold lending
---Gold predicted to peak at $2,000 as precious metal ends bull run
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Treasury dips into pension funds to avoid debt

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Treasury on Tuesday started dipping into federal pension funds in order to give the Obama administration more credit to pay government bills. "I will be unable to invest fully" the federal employees retirement system fund beginning Tuesday, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in a letter to Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress. The House of Representatives is expected to vote on Wednesday on the Obama administration's request to raise the country's legal debt limit to $16.394 trillion...
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Tel Aviv named top gay city; Israeli city bumps out New York for best Pride City

Tel Aviv has topped New York to be named the best gay city in the world, in a recent survey conducted by American Airlines and GayCities.com. The Israeli city was named City of the Year 2011 by GayCities readers and American Airlines customers, with a whopping 43 percent of the popular vote -- far outstripping those of the next closest city, New York, which secured 14 percent. Other contenders including Toronto with seven percent, Sao Paulo with six percent and Madrid and London five percent each -- San Francisco, popularly known as the...
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Argentina Building Huge Biometric Database For Use With Police's Face Recognition Technology

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Artificial meat grown in a lab could become a reality THIS year

Scientists have figured out the riddle of growing meat in a laboratory and are now just working out how they can make it profitable, it has been claimed. Some 30 teams around the world are working on growing meat in petri dishes, as investment and research talent is poured into a technology that could solve world hunger. Produced in huge vats from muscle cells, the ‘meat without slaughter’ would be kinder to the environment than the real thing and reduce animal suffering. Animal welfare group Peta have promised a $1million reward to any scientist...
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Massive Alaska Snowfall Cancels Dog Sledding's 'Toughest 300 Miles'
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Weather-driven Devastating Food Shortage Sparks Mass Suicide
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New Animal Virus Takes Northern Europe by Surprise
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The Enemy Expatriation Act, No Different Than the Nazi Nuremberg Laws (H.R. 3166; S. 1698) - U.S. Government to take away citizenship of anybody that is considered a hostile enemy or supporting hostility towards the U.S. Government
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1 State Defies Obama Detention Plan
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Canada's PM to Legally Recognize Foreign Gay Marriages, Even If Their Home Country Doesn't
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1/16/2012 -- 'Strange sounds' heard WORLDWIDE -- what is it?! 

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MF Global, Italy, and economic danger Glen Beck

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Schiff: U.S. is In Worse Shape Than Europe

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