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


Stan Deyo Earthquake / Volcanic Forecasts

Stan Deyo Earthquake / Volcanic Forecasts
Earthquake / Volcanic Forecasts

Friday, April 20, 2012

Oregon Ocean Fishermen Fear Japanese Tsunami Debris / IMF fears $3.8 trillion forced asset sale by eurozone banks / Eurozone crisis deepens and tensions rise within European Union / A New Dispute over Euro Rescue Fund - Spain Wants Billions For its Banks / Fink warns on bank downgrades / 16 Reasons To Move Away From California / Earthquake swarm on Iran-Iraq border continues / Sudan declares war on South Sudan: Will this draw in East Africa, and China? / Perilous times: Pentagon chief says ‘we’re within an inch of war almost every day’ in East Asia / Nuclear shadow grows across planet: India tests its first intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking China / Apocalypse Sounds Are 3 Shofar's? Bible Prophecy! / 2MIN News Apr20 / Pope Turns 85, Speculates About Stepping Aside For Petrus Romanus, Admits He Is In "Last Stretch" Of His Life / Cornell University: Aliens Are Here, Walking Among Us /

Don't blink; tsunami debris will be on our shores later this year

The earliest debris from last March's Japanese tsunami has already made landfall in Alaska and portions of the Western United States, and the larger debris field is now expected to come ashore this year, according to new estimates by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. An earlier model had suggested that the bulk of the debris, which is now dispersed north of the Hawaiian islands, would wash up on the West Coast next year. But now government agencies and local volunteer groups are moving their preparations...
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Oregon Ocean Fishermen Fear Japanese Tsunami Debris

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3 out at Secret Service in Columbia prostitution scandal as congressman warns 'it's not over'

Moving swiftly, the Secret Service forced out three agents Wednesday in a prostitution scandal that has embarrassed President Barack Obama. A senior congressman welcomed the move to hold people responsible for the tawdry episode but warned "it's not over." Along with three Secret Service employees leaving, eight other employees remain on administrative leave, the agency announced Tuesday evening. One supervisor was allowed to retire, and another faces termination proceedings. The third, a non-supervisory employee, resigned, the agency...
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Ted Nugent says Secret Service to quiz him about Obama remarks

Nugent, who told the gun rights group last week that he would be "dead or in jail" next year if Obama is re-elected in November, appeared on conservative radio host Glenn Beck's show on Wednesday. He was asked if he had heard from the Secret Service. "We actually have heard from the Secret Service, and they have a duty, and I salute them. I support them and I'm looking forward to our meeting tomorrow," Nugent said on Beck's show. "I'm sure it will be a fine gathering backstage in Oklahoma," Nugent said. The 63-year-old Nugent is set to...
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IMF fears $3.8 trillion forced asset sale by eurozone banks

The IMF's spring Global Financial Stability Report said that should markets lose faith in the effectiveness of eurozone policies, rising funding costs and increased stresses within the banking system could force banks to rapidly reduce their balance sheets to raise capital buffers. Under the scenario, the supply of eurozone credit would fall by 4.4pc and growth in the region would be cut by 1.4pc. The sell-off among 58 of the biggest banks in the European Union included in the IMF's analysis would be equivalent to 10pc of total assets, and the...
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IMF fears $3.8 trillion forced asset sale by eurozone banks

The IMF's spring Global Financial Stability Report said that should markets lose faith in the effectiveness of eurozone policies, rising funding costs and increased stresses within the banking system could force banks to rapidly reduce their balance sheets to raise capital buffers. Under the scenario, the supply of eurozone credit would fall by 4.4pc and growth in the region would be cut by 1.4pc. The sell-off among 58 of the biggest banks in the European Union included in the IMF's analysis would be equivalent to 10pc of total assets, and the...
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IMF Warns Of New Global Credit Crunch Threat
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Europe Central Banks May Be Forced to Print More Money
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Brazil's central bank cuts interest rate to 9%
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Eurozone crisis deepens and tensions rise within European Union

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A New Dispute over Euro Rescue Fund - Spain Wants Billions For its Banks
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Fitch doubts Dutch AAA as property slump reaches 'coma'

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Romney Says Even if You Like Obama, You Can’t Afford Him

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Mitt Romney appeared today to acknowledge a recent poll that found President Obama more likeable by warning a crowd in North Carolina that “even if we like” the president, Americans “can’t afford” his policies. Romney’s nod to the issue of likeability came during a speech billed as a “prebuttal” to Obama’s speech that will be delivered at the Democratic National Convention later this fall. “Even if you like Barack Obama, we can’t afford Barack Obama,” said Romney. “It’s time to get someone that will get this economy...
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Fink warns on bank downgrades
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Robot prostitutes 'the future of sex tourism'

The future of sex tourism lies in robot prostitutes, two New Zealand researchers have theorised. Management professor Ian Yeoman, a futurist with an interest in tourism, and sexologist Michelle Mars from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, have looked to how red light districts might operate in the year 2050. The futuristic scenario of sex tourism suggests android prostitutes will reign supreme, eliminating the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections in an industry free from sex slavery. Their paper: Robots, Men And Sex Tourism,..
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WATCH: DARPA’s New Robot Can Chase You Up Stairs


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Congresswoman Kay Granger: Obama's executive order looks like martial law

With all that is going in Washington these days some things don’t make the news the way they should. Fourteen days ago President Obama issued an Executive Order that you should know about. This order gives an unprecedented level of authority to the President and the federal government to take over all the fundamental parts of our economy - in the name of national security - in times of national emergency. This means all of our water resources, construction services and materials (steel, concrete, etc.), our civil transportation system, food...
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Why did hundreds of dolphins die near Peru's coast?

LIMA, Peru — Scientists and Peruvian officials are investigating a mass die-off of hundreds of dolphins along the South American country's coast. A total of 877 dolphin carcasses have been counted recently along the shore in the northern regions of Piura and Lambayeque, Deputy Environment Minister Gabriel Quijandria said Thursday. Officials have been studying possible factors in the dolphins' deaths including a virus or seismic oil exploration that has recently been carried out off northern Peru. An analysis of the beached dolphins' internal organs...
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Mexico raises volcano alert level after rumbling

MEXICO CITY — Authorities in Mexico have raised the alert level for the Popocatepetl volcano southeast of Mexico City due to increasing activity. It's now at the fifth step on a seven-level warning scale. A lava dome is growing in the volcano's crater, the National Disaster Prevention Center said Tuesday. The 17,886-foot (5,450-meter) volcano also has been spewing fragments of incandescent rock recently, as well as water vapor and ash. The volcano could experience "significant explosions of growing intensity that hurl incandescent rocks...
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Spanish and Italian borrowing costs already at unsustainable levels, warns Moody's Analytics

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16 Reasons To Move Away From California
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How to Extend the Shelf Life of Food and Save on Groceries
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Increased Volcano Activity: Popocatepetl, Batu Tara, Tungurahua
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UFO Encounters With Airplanes: Pilots, Officials Discuss Potential Safety Hazards
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abc dinosaur eggs jef 120417 wblog Huge Dinosaur Eggs Found in Chechnya,Scientists Claim
Huge Dinosaur Eggs Found in Chechnya,Scientists Claim
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Ecuador’s Reventador volcano unleashes column of steam and ash
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Earthquake swarm on Iran-Iraq border continues
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Sudan declares war on South Sudan: Will this draw in East Africa, and China?

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Activity intensifies at Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano: 19 million could be affected by an eruption
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Perilous times: Pentagon chief says ‘we’re within an inch of war almost every day’ in East Asia
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Nuclear shadow grows across planet: India tests its first intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking China

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Mexico's Erupting POPOCATEPETL Volcano From Above
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 Apocalypse Sounds Are 3 Shofar's? Bible Prophecy!

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2MIN News Apr20

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Children dressed in traditional Bavarian costumes dance for Pope Benedict XVI (L) during the Pontiff's 85th birthday celebrations in the Clementine Hall at the Vatican April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano
Pope Turns 85, Speculates About Stepping Aside For Petrus Romanus, Admits He Is In "Last Stretch" Of His Life
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Weird Alien Super-Earths Found Orbiting Neighbor Star
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Cornell University: Aliens Are Here, Walking Among Us
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Media Matters Created To Target Christianity
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Portal To Roman Underworld In Israel Discovered

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