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, March 14, 2012

Major US Airport To Evict TSA Screeners... / Volcano on scenic Greek island getting a little restless / Buried UFO? Metallic Object Found In Hole By Franz Knoglinger In Austria / Be afraid: Robot experts say machines are catching up / Elevated Volcanic Activity for U.S. Volcanoes / Poll: 88% of Americans Vote YES to an Obama Impeachment /South Korean and Russian scientists bid to clone mammoth / More reports of dolphin strandings off Brazil / Volcano erupts violently in Japan / Northeast and Midwest U.S. flirt with record high temps

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World's tallest man may have stopped growing - Measuring at 8-feet-3 inches (2.51 meters), 29-year-old Sultan Kosen of Turkey is listed in the 2011 Guinness World Records at the tallest living man.
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Major US Airport To Evict TSA Screeners... - One of America’s busiest airports, Orlando Sanford International, has announced it will opt out of using TSA workers to screen passengers, a move which threatens the highly unpopular federal agency’s role in other airports across the nation.
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Fed: Four large banks fail stress tests...
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HIGHWAY ROBBERY: Dem transportation bill worth billions for companies owned by Soros, others...
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Eye in the sky: How Google's privacy policy is the least of your worries

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Surveyors checking whether cracked Washington Monument sank or tilted in wake of earthquake

WASHINGTON — The Washington Monument cracked and crumbled when a 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the nation’s capital last year. But did it sink or tilt? A team of government surveyors is trying to find out. On Tuesday, surveyors were on the grounds of the 555-foot-tall obelisk, taking measurements from several long-established points in the ground known as bench marks where survey work has been done in the past. They’re not expecting to find any major changes — perhaps fractions of an inch. But the findings could affect plans for...
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Volcano on scenic Greek island getting a little restless

The volcanic caldera on the picturesque tourist island of Santorini is showing signs of unrest. But researchers detecting the caldera's movement say it doesn't necessarily mean an eruption is imminent. The Greek island was the site of one of the most massive volcanic eruptions in history 3,600 years ago. That eruption, which created tsunamis 40 feet (12 meters) tall, may have spawned the legend of the lost city of Atlantis. The volcano last erupted in 1950, albeit on a much smaller scale. Global positioning system (GPS) sensors placed on the caldera...
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The Giant, Underestimated Earthquake Threat to North America

Just over one year ago, a magnitude-9 earthquake hit the Tohoku region of northeastern Japan, triggering one of the most destructive tsunamis in a thousand years. The Japanese—the most earthquake-prepared, seismically savvy people on the planet—were caught off-guard by the Tohoku quake’s savage power. Over 15,000 people died. Now scientists are calling attention to a dangerous area on the opposite side of the Ring of Fire, the Cascadia Subduction Zone, a fault that runs parallel to the Pacific coast of North...
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3 Canadians accuse U.S. border guards of 'molestation'

Three Canadian women filed lawsuits Tuesday alleging "sexual molestation" by U.S. female border guards at the Canada-U.S. border near Windsor, Ont. Two separate lawsuits were filed — one by two women travelling together and the other by a woman on her own — alleging incidents at the Ambassador Bridge and the Windsor-Detroit tunnel. With a similar lawsuit filed by a Stratford, Ont., woman in February 2011, it means at least four Canadian women are now accusing border agents of sexual assault at the Canada-U.S. crossing, according to...
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Buried UFO? Metallic Object Found In Hole By Franz Knoglinger In Austria

An Austrian farmer looking for his lost cat stumbled upon a hole that he thinks might contain the greatest UFO find of all time. Franz Knoglinger, 47, found the 25-foot-deep, perfectly round hole in northwestern Austrian field while searching for his misplaced kitty Sunday night. He pulled out every investigative trick in the book to learn what was at the bottom. Throw a rock down the hole? Check. "I was looking for our family cat Murlimann when I noticed the hole -- I didn't know how deep it was then so I dropped the stone down there, and heard a...
---Proof shredded – but the truth is out there, insists UFO investigator
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Futurist explores robot-human gap

AUSTIN — The degree of separation between humans and robots is a gap that is closing quickly. Cyborgs and artificial intelligence are no longer only topics for science fiction. Their position in the human experience is growing and is expected to extend life and to push the limits of death. “We are the human machine civilization,” said Ray Kurzweil, the keynote speaker at South by Southwest Interactive on Monday. During his presentation, the author and scientist discussed the development of information technology across multiple platforms...
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Be afraid: Robot experts say machines are catching up

A panel of robotics experts at the South by Southwest conference couldn't reach a consensus Tuesday on whether machines would soon take over the Earth. But they agreed that the advances in artificial intelligence are well-nigh unstoppable. In fact, they said, machines are already demonstrating the ability to learn and to solve problems that humans couldn't. The discussion was seasoned with more than a dash of whimsy, and like m/uch of what goes on at South by Southwest, it was closer to a brainstorming session than an academic...
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Louisiana Parishes Declare States of Emergency After 19 Inches of Rain
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Sakurajima Erupts Violently for Second Day
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Elevated Volcanic Activity for U.S. Volcanoes
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Poll: 88% of Americans Vote YES to an Obama Impeachment
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6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Japan, regional tsunami advisories issued
The Japan Meteorological Agency said the tremor was 6.8 magnitude and forecast a tsunami of up to half-meter could hit Hokkaido island's central and eastern Pacific coast, and Aomori and Iwate prefectures in the north of Japan's main island.  
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South Korean and Russian scientists bid to clone mammoth
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Broken Promises: Pensions All Over America Are Being Savagely Cut Or Are Vanishing Co/mpletely
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3/14/2012 -- THREE LARGE Japan EQ's = TWO 6.8M earthquakes and ONE 6.2 magnitude

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6.8 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Japan- regional tsunami alert issued
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Costa Rica’s Poás volcano continues to simmer
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Cities on alert as smoke and ash rise from Colombia’s Nevado del Ruiz volcano
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Santorini: history’s most dreaded volcano awakes and is rapidly inflating warns geologist

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Delhi rattled by fifth tremor in 2012
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Another solar flare and comet dives into solar radiation storm
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More reports of dolphin strandings off Brazil

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Volcano erupts violently in Japan

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Northeast and Midwest U.S. flirt with record high temps

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