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 10, 2012

Is a powerful sleeping volcano in Europe getting restless? / Obamas held a secret Alice in Wonderland-themed party at White House in depths of recession in 2009 / Rising debt will lead to $10,000 gold: Barisheff / New virus raids your bank account - but you won't notice / DHS Officers Armed With Semiautomatics Set Up Unannounced ID Checkpoint / Giant Foot Print 200 Million Yrs Old - South Africa / Russian, French warships Off Syria, Iran, US Drones Over Iranian Coast Over Strait Of Hormuz Closure / Israel preparing for nuclear Iran...-Top senator: An attack on Israel is an attack on US / Toxic Russian space probe caught on video - going BACKWARDS before it plunges to Earth next week / Pedophilia Added to Greece’s Recognized Disability List / Russian city livid after toddler lost in urban sinkhole / 3ft 'mutant' rat found in shop

Strong earthquake strikes off the Santa Cruz Islands, no damage
Channel 6 News Online
LATA, SOLOMON ISLANDS (BNO NEWS) -- A strong earthquake struck off the Santa Cruz Islands in the Pacific Ocean on late Monday afternoon, seismologists said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. The 6.6-magnitude earthquake at ...
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Iran begins enriching uranium at underground lab...
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Alaska town tries to dig out from huge snow dump...
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Iran stand-off could trigger oil price spike

The worst-case scenario is that the ratcheting tensions will end in a military confrontation that would close the Strait of Hormuz, the strip of water between Iran and Oman that represents the world's most important shipping lane. Roughly 40pc of the world's seaborne traded oil passes through the waterway, so the suggestion that traffic could be hindered has inevitably lifted the oil price. Brent crude, London's benchmark oil, advanced 5.9pc last week. The threat has arisen as Iran responds to Western sanctions designed to make it end a nuclear...
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Gulf states brace for unwanted US-Iran war

The Arab states that lie just miles across the Gulf from Iran are nervously eyeing the prospects of a war between Tehran and the West that none of them want and all know could devastate their economies. This very real fear is prompting the oil-rich states to enhance their defences while hoping that diplomacy can rein in Tehran's regional ambitions and put an end to its worrying nuclear programme. "No one in the Gulf States wants war but everyone is preparing for the possibility that it might happen," said military analyst Riad Kahwaji. Tension...
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U.S. expels Venezuelan diplomat in Miami

Washington (CNN) -- Venezuela's consul general in Miami has been declared to be persona non grata and must leave the United States, a State Department spokesman said Sunday. Spokesman William Ostick declined to comment on specific details behind the decision to expel Livia Acosta Noguera, who has headed Venezuela's consulate in Miami since March 2011. The Venezuelan Embassy in Washington was informed of the decision Friday, Ostick said in a written statement, and the State Department said Acosta must depart the United...
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Is a powerful sleeping volcano in Europe getting restless?

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Obamas held a secret Alice in Wonderland-themed party at White House in depths of recession in 2009

Right as the economy was going down the rabbit hole, the Obamas decided to host an Alice in Wonderland themed Halloween party, complete with Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and Tim Burton-arranged decorations. They even talked to Star Wars director George Lucas and convinced him to lend them the original Chewbacca costume for the entertainment of their guests. The extravagant fantasy world that they created, however, was kept very much under wraps because at the time of Halloween 2009, the economy was in the slumps and the...
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Calls for US taxpayers to bear housing costs

US Federal Reserve policymakers are increasingly urging fiscal authorities to consider reducing distressed borrowers’ loan balances, a politically fraught position for a central bank that has long sought to distance itself from fiscal policy. William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, said on Friday that taxpayers and mortgage bond investors should shoulder the cost of reducing borrowers’ loan principal. Sarah Bloom Raskin, a member of the Fed’s board of governors, added on Saturday that forcing leading...
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Rising debt will lead to $10,000 gold: Barisheff

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Greece needs a bigger debt "haircut" - German adviser

Banks and investment funds have been negotiating with Athens for weeks on a bond swap scheme which aims at cutting Greece's debt-to-GDP ratio from 160 percent to a more manageable 120 percent by 2020 and is a key part of a second, 130 billion euro bailout package for the country without which it risks default. Under the so-called "private sector involvement" (PSI), investors will voluntarily accept a nominal 50 percent discount on their Greek bond holdings in return for a mix of cash and new bonds. But talks have been...
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  Revolutionary Guards Announce Second Drill in Strait of Hormuz; Maneuvers Part of 'Great Prophet' Exercises
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New Virus Steals Your Cash – But You Won't notice
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IBM Helped Automate Hitler's Holocaust Death Machine, Author Reveals
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DHS Officers Armed With Semiautomatics Set Up Unannounced ID Checkpoint - Residents of Leesburg, Florida were shocked to see their local Social Security office turned into a random Homeland Security checkpoint Tuesday morning
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Giant Foot Print  South Africa 

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Russian, French warships Off Syria, Iran, US Drones Over Iranian Coast Over Strait Of Hormuz Closure
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Israel preparing for nuclear Iran...
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POLL: Americans, 2-1, fear Obama re-election...
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5 Things You Should Know About the FBI's Massive New Biometric Database

The FBI claims that their fingerprint database (IAFIS) is the "largest biometric database in the world," containing records for over a hundred million people. But that's nothing compared to the agency's plans for Next Generation Identification (NGI), a massive, billion-dollar upgrade that will hold iris scans, photos searchable with face recognition technology, palm prints, and measures of gait and voice recordings alongside records of fingerprints, scars, and tattoos. Ambitions for the final product are candidly spelled out in an agency report: "The FBI...
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Iran and Russia End Trading in Dollars

Iran and Russia replaced the U.S. dollar with their national currencies in bilateral trade, Iran's state-run Fars news agency reported Saturday, citing Seyed Reza Sajjadi, the Iranian ambassador in Moscow. The proposal to switch to the ruble and the rial was raised by President Dmitry Medvedev at a meeting with his Iranian counterpart, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in Astana, Kazakhstan, at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the ambassador said. The meeting was in June of last year. Iran has replaced the dollar in its oil trade with India,..
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Top senator: An attack on Israel is an attack on US
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Almost 1 In 3 U.S. Warplanes Is a Robot

Remember when the military actually put human beings in the cockpits of its planes? They still do, but in far fewer numbers. According to a new congressional report acquired by Danger Room, drones now account for 31 percent of all military aircraft. To be fair, lots of those drones are tiny flying spies, like the Army’s Raven, that could never accommodate even the most diminutive pilot. (Specifically, the Army has 5,346 Ravens, making it the most numerous military drone by far.) But in 2005, only five percent of military aircraft were robots, a report...
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Russian bloggers sneak into missile engine testing facility

The security breach angered Dmitry Rogozin, a deputy prime minister in charge of the defence industry, who ordered new security measures to be in place at Russia's military and space-related factories by the end of January. "Basic and sufficiently strict order is going to be introduced," he said. Referring to the intruding bloggers as "cheeky mice", he promised to punish any officials found guilty of allowing similar security breaches in future. "Sleepy cats will be made an example of in future if they do not take the necessary measures."..
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Toxic Russian space probe caught on video - going BACKWARDS before it plunges to Earth next week
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Pope: Gay marriage threatens humanity’s future

Pope Benedict XVI denounced gay marriage in his annual “State of the World” address Monday, going so far as to say the same-sex nuptials threaten the future of humanity. In the speech, the pope, 84, unleashed what some consider being his strongest tirade against gay marriage, saying it is among conventions that “undermine the family” and “threaten human dignity and the future of humanity itself,” Reuters reported. “Pride of place goes to the family, based on the marriage of a man and woman,” the pontiff said. “This is not a simple...
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Pedophilia Added to Greece’s Recognized Disability List
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Government Set to Sell Foreclosures in Bulk

The Obama administration, in conjunction with federal regulators and led by the overseer of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, is very close to announcing a pilot program to sell government-owned foreclosures in bulk to investors as rentals, according to administration officials. There currently are about a quarter of a million foreclosed properties on the books of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and millions more are coming. The foreclosure processing delays of last year created a mammoth...
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Ready for Doomsday: Buying asteroid-proof bunkers, killing their pets and planning mass suicide, the families convinced this ancient calendar predicts the world will end in 2012

Deep inside a secret room buried for eons within an ancient stone temple in Mexico, something dark and terrible has finally stirred. Or so the doomsayers, with their vivid imaginations, would have you believe. The sands of time are running out for the world and not even Indiana Jones can save us now. The astrological alignments and numerological formulae cannot be wrong: on December 21 this year, the apocalypse foretold 5,125 years ago by the ancient Mayans will come to pass and the world will end. Of course, it’s fair to say predictions of Armageddon...
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Russian city livid after toddler lost in urban sinkhole

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Sinkhole closes Old West End road
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3ft 'mutant' rat found in shop

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Solar-powered jacket means Kindle lasts forever - as long as the sun keeps shining

SolarFocus's SolarKindle case is a charger for Amazon's Kindle e-reader which 'tops up' the gadget with the sun. One hour's direct sun can provide three days' reading - so lucky users in warm countries may never have to visit a power socket again. Once the gadget's topped up, the SolarKindle diverts power to a backup battery - eight hours will fully charge the backup , which offers roughly three weeks' use. The battery also powers an LED light. Given that Kindle is built for wireless use, with books and gadgets delivered to the gizmo via wi-fi or...

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