Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

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there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


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AHMADINEJAD: ANNIHILATE ISRAEL... / Health crisis: suspected Ebola cases growing in Uganda / Over 1,000 Syrians, including four colonels, flee to Turkey / WORLD CENTRAL BANKS ON 'RED ALERT' / We Are Now Just Weeks Away From A European Bombshell / 'Caught on camera' Man dies after falling into massive sinkhole

Court Upholds Drone Use in Arrest of American...
---Israeli PM: Time running out to stop Iran...
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World's first real-sized, five-fingered robotic hand able to grasp and manipulate objects...
Health crisis: suspected Ebola cases growing in Uganda
---New bat virus related to deadly Hendra discovered

They Really Do Want To Implant Microchips Into Your Brain

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'If I were an Iranian, I would be fearful in coming weeks'

"If I were an Iranian, I would be very fearful of the next 12 weeks," former Mossad Chief Efraim Halevy was quoted by the New York Times as saying Thursday, in reference to a possible strike on Iran's nuclear facilities. The comment was made against recent assessments by American officials that the United States sees 18 months before the Islamic Republic's nuclear weapons program reaches "a critical stage"; as well as the growing concern in Washington that Israel will choose to mount an independent military strike against Iran. According to the report, Halevy based his assumption on Israel's aversion of winter battles, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fears of dwindling support should US President Barack Obama be elected for a second term and the fact that should GOP candidate Mitt Romney be elected president...

Over 1,000 Syrians, including four colonels, flee to Turkey


Iranian Leader Says War May Happen Within Weeks

The Israeli news outlet DebkaFile reports that Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (pictured), warned the country's top military chiefs during a recent war council meeting to expect "war within weeks." According to DebkaFile, While retaliation had been exhaustively drilled in regular military exercises in the past year, Khamenei ordered the biggest fortification project in Iran’s history to save its nuclear program from even the mightiest of America’s super-weapons. Rocks are being gathered from afar, piled on key nuclear installations,..

More than 5,000 participate in Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

Some 5,000 people gathered in Jerusalem to take part in the capital’s 10th annual Gay Pride Parade on Thursday. Participants assembled in Independence Park downtownwere addressed by Adam Russo, a member of the gay community, who was stabbed during the pride march in 2005. In an interview with Channel 10 news, Russo said that while it took him several years to overcome his distress over the attack, he has long since moved on. He also acknowledged that today the gay community does not feel the same hatred from the general population...

Draghi allows time for eurozone politics to prepare for Spanish bail-out

Last week there was euphoria when the European Central Bank boss promised “to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro” but qualified that with the prefix “within our mandate” which was a clear warning markets would need to be patient and not expect too much. The ECB’s mandate is debatable at the very least when it comes to intervening in sovereign debt and Draghi knows that. But that crucial qualification was ignored, replaced by an assumption that a big bazooka would be deployed by today and billions shot out to lower sovereign borrowing costs...
-------IMF warns on eurozone crisis risks
-------------We Are Now Just Weeks Away From A European Bombshell
-----------------US Export Orders Are Collapsing
A coral trout with melanoma. A normal coral trout is orange all over; researchers determined that the dark patches visible on this trout are cancerous.

Fish getting skin cancer from UV radiation, scientists say


TSA in hot water over advanced body imaging scanners. Agency blew off court order to hold public hearings on widespread use

A federal appeals court wants to know why the Transportation Security Administration hasn't complied with a court order to hold public hearings regarding the full body scanners found at many U.S. airports. The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ordered the TSA last summer to "promptly" hold hearings to develop rules and regulations delineating how the scanners should be used, Wired reported. But the TSA apparently never got around to it. The Circuit court requested the hearings in 2011 as part of a ruling...

FDA Approves Ingestible Sensor That Tracks Health From The Inside


UFO sighting? Commercial pilot reports seeing UFO Monday at Kansas City International Airport

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Someone who says he is a commercial pilot has posted on a UFO website, claiming he spotted a UFO while flying into Kansas City International Airport on Monday night. The pilot posted the sighting on UFO Stalker saying he was on approach to the airport from St Louis when he and his co-pilot noticed an unidentified object following their plane. He described the object as 300 feet away from his plane, and was silver or gray in color with three blue or white lights on the bottom and one on the top. He said it was a disc-shaped craft with...

'Caught on camera' Man dies after falling into massive sinkhole in - Closed circuit cameras in Taiwan captured a man being swallowed by a sinkhole. He was walking when the ground disappeared. Rescuers were not able to save the man. Officials believe the heavy rains washed away the soil under the walkway. At least 23 people, including this man, have died from the typhoon's rains. Typhoon Saola was hovering near the Philippines last week and is expected to move on to China.

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