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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Monday, October 1, 2012

Colombia Earthquake: Deep 7.1 Quake Reported In Colombia-the fifth 7.0 magnitude quake to strike in 45 days / Candy Company Wants Kids Indoctrinated To Believe It Can Be Rewarding To Be Tracked By Big Brother GPS Devices / Unemployment Hits 20% In 7 Colorado Counties... / Louisiana sinkhole grows, hits Assumption business and home values / Scientists uncover deadly new virus in Africa / Syria descends into deeper chaos as heavy fighting rages in Aleppo / Spanish banks need $76-billion injection to kickstart nation’s economy / Researchers unveil ultra-thin electronics that dissolve in body


Colombia Earthquake: Deep 7.1 Quake Reported In Colombia
---the fifth 7.0 magnitude quake to strike in 45 days
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Two earthquakes hits Dallas area Saturday night
KLTV
It was rated 3.1 on the Richter scale. The epicenter was located about 3 miles beneath the earth's surface. At this point no damage has been reported and some residents are claiming to have felt nothing, while others say they felt it. Copyright 2012 KLTV.
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Candy Company Wants Kids Indoctrinated To Believe It Can Be Rewarding To Be Tracked By Big Brother GPS Devices
Chocolate giant Nestle has launched a new competition in the UK called 'We Will Find You'

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PEROT: FISCAL NIGHTMARE MEANS USA COULD BE TAKEN OVER
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Unemployment Hits 20% In 7 Colorado Counties...
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Netanyahu Meets With Canadian P.M. in New York, Praises Harper For Severing Ties With Iran

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Louisiana sinkhole grows, hits Assumption business and home values
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Scientists uncover deadly new virus in Africa
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Extreme weather wreaks havoc from Spain to Morocco
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THOUSANDS MARCH IN PARIS AGAINST AUSTERITY...
---Spain reels at violent tactics by riot police...
--------Debt to 90.5% of GDP...
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Epic Pakistani floods kill 422 and affects more than 4.7 million
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Syria descends into deeper chaos as heavy fighting rages in Aleppo

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Chinese hackers broke in White House nuclear command computer system

Hackers linked to China’s government broke into one of the U.S. government’s most sensitive computer networks, breaching a system used by the White House Military Office for nuclear commands, according to defense and intelligence officials familiar with the incident. One official said the cyber breach was one of Beijing’s most brazen cyber attacks against the United States and highlights a failure of the Obama administration to press China on its persistent cyber attacks. Disclosure of the cyber attack also comes amid heightened tensions in Asia, as the Pentagon moved two U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups and Marine amphibious units near waters by Japan’s Senkaku islands. China and Japan—the United States’ closest ally in Asia and a defense treaty partner—are locked in a heated maritime dispute over the...
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Catalonia's growing calls for independence add to Spain's worsening euro crisis woes

It is wealthy, industrial, and sees itself as the regional engine for growth. It is also fed up with paying for its poorer neighbours. It is not Germany, but Catalonia. And the Spanish region's politicians certainly don't mind the comparison. "An economist just this morning told me that he saw Catalonia as being to Spain what Germany is to Europe," said Joan Vidal, chief of staff for the president of Spain's most economically powerful region. "That shows that we have our own image, while Brand Spain is really suffering. "Of course, things have been done here...
---Spanish banks need $76-billion injection to kickstart nation’s economy
--------Another domino falls as Hollande pushes France into depression
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Big Changes Are Coming, But The World Will Not End

Today 40 year veteran, Robert Fitzwilson, wrote the following piece exclusively for King World News. Fitzwilson, who is founder of The Portola Group, warned, “Changes are coming, but it doesn’t mean the world will come to an end. But financial regime changes do result in a massive transfer of wealth from those who own paper assets, to those that own real assets.” “Reflecting upon the news and the current state of affairs, it is striking how events are playing out according to script, as history and strategists have predicted. In the beginning of...
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Michigan to use biometrics for patient records

September 29, 2012 - The state of Michigan will soon implement PatientSecure, a biometrics-based solution to streamline its patient care record system. PatientSecure is designed by HT Systems. It uses palm vein pattern technology for accurate identification and verification in order to protect patient records from error and fraud, as well as reduce administrative costs for health care providers. Carl Bertrams, Senior Vice President of sales and marketing at HT Systems/PatientSecure said, in an article in Infosecurity that...
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Researchers unveil ultra-thin electronics that dissolve in body

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US Futurologist Michio Kaku - 'Eternal Life Does Not Violate the Laws of Physics'

In his best-selling book "Physics of the Future," American professor Michio Kaku lays out his vision for the world in 2100. Kaku, the son of Japanese immigrants, spoke to SPIEGEL about a future in which toilets will have health monitoring sensors and contact lenses will be connected to the Internet. SPIEGEL: Professor Kaku, in your book you write about how we will be like gods in the future. Are you saying that our grandchildren will be gods? Isn't that a bit immodest? Kaku: Just think for a moment about our forefathers in the year 1900. They lived to be...
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School bans parents watching sports day without criminal record check

A school has banned parents from watching their children take part in sports events - unless they pass a criminal records check. The Isambard Community School in Swindon, Wilts., insists all parents must clear a Criminal Records Bureau check to weed out potential paedophiles. Neil Park, 54, was furious when he was turned away from watching his son George, 12, play rugby. The father-of-five said: "I was turned away from the school because I had not been CRB checked. "I couldn't believe it. Government guidelines state that parents are allowed...
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Embracing 3-D Printers, Manufacturer Tells Customers to Print Their Own Replacement Parts

Want a new part for your synthesizer? Need a replacement knob or dial? In a first, one company is telling its customers to just print their own. It’s a move that signifies a major step into a new commercial marketplace, where customers can buy products directly from companies for on-demand, at-home manufacturing. And while we probably won’t see complicated, mechanical products from big corporations reaching us through Thingiverse for a while yet, knobs and dials are the perfect static, detachable objects to begin the...
 

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California becomes first state in nation to ban 'gay cure' therapy for children

Updated at 12:34 p.m. ET: California has become the first state in the nation to ban therapy that tries to turn gay teens straight. Gov. Jerry Brown announced Sunday that he has signed Senate Bill 1172, which prohibits children under age 18 from undergoing “sexual orientation change efforts.” The law, which goes into effect Jan. 1, prohibits state-licensed therapists from engaging in these practices with minors. Follow @NBCNewsUS "Governor Brown today reaffirmed what medical and mental health organizations have made clear: Efforts to...

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