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Comet ISON has taken its last gasp, scientists conclude

That once-in-a-lifetime celestial light show was not, it seems, meant to be. Comet ISON, once touted as a top candidate for comet of the century, appears to have fragmented during its swing past the sun last week. Though some NASA images initially suggested that ISON had survived the close encounter, experts now think this wasn’t the case. Instead, they believe that ISON has largely disintegrated, leaving only a dusty cloud in its wake. ”Never one to follow convention, ISON lived a dynamic and unpredictable life, alternating between periods of quiet reflection and violent outburst,” wrote astrophysicist Karl Battams in a rather dramatic obituary for the comet on NASA’s ISON observation website. “Tragically, on November 28, 2013, ISON’s tenacious ambition outweighed its ability, and our shining green candle in the solar wind began to burn out.”  Indeed, the latest satellite images show ISON continuing to fade in brightness and visibility as the comet travels away from the sun. While avid skywatchers had hoped to see ISON put on a fabulous light show sometime in early December, experts now say we shouldn’t expect to see much of anything. ”I think for the most part it’s dead,” C. Alex Young, the associate director for science in the heliophysics division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, told The New York Times. “The folks are finally pretty confident that’s the case.” For scientists, though, not all is lost. NASA notes that researchers will still be able to capture valuable data from the comet’s intergalactic tour, including ISON’s composition and how it interacted with its inhospitable environs. And for those not quite ready to say goodbye, the agency’s incredible archive of ISON videos offers a stunning look back. Yahoo

High court ends Liberty University lawsuit over ObamaCare

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a challenge to ObamaCare brought by a Virginia-based Christian university, ending for now one of the biggest remaining legal fights against the health care law.  The justices, in turning away the lawsuit from Liberty University and leaving in place a federal appeals court ruling dismissing it, did not comment on their decision. The decision comes less than a week after the high court agreed to hear a separate challenge from Hobby Lobby and one other company to the law’s so-called contraception mandate — the requirement on most employers to provide access to contraceptive coverage.  But Liberty University’s case was more expansive. The university had mounted a major challenge to the law, going after the contraception mandate but also the requirement on employers to provide coverage.  Liberty made several arguments in challenging the portion of the health care law that requires most employers to provide health insurance to their workers or pay a fine. The 4th U.S. Circuit of Appeals in Richmond, Va., rejected those claims.  With the high court’s decision, that ruling remains in place.  The Supreme Court’s decision comes more than a year after it had ordered the federal appeals court to reconsider Liberty University’s claims that the law violates the school’s religious freedoms.  More


Rush Limbaugh: Pope is preaching ‘pure Marxism’

Pope Francis: Successor to St. Peter … the people’s pontiff … Marxist? That’s what conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh suggests, calling the Pope’s latest document “pure Marxism.” Limbaugh blasted the pontiff on Wednesday, a day after Francis released “Evangelii Gaudium” (The Joy of the Gospel), a 50,000-word statement that calls for church reform and castigates elements of modern capitalism. Limbaugh’s segment, now online and entitled “It’s Sad How Wrong Pope Francis Is (Unless It’s a Deliberate Mistranslation By Leftists),” takes direct aim at the pope’s economic views, calling them “dramatically, embarrassingly, puzzlingly wrong.” The Vatican issued the English translation of “Evangelii,” which is officially known as an apostolic exhortation. Francis – the first pope ever to hail from Latin America, where he worked on behalf of the poor in his native Argentina – warned in “Evangelii” that the “idolatry of money” would lead to a “new tyranny.” The Pope also blasted “trickle-down economics,” saying the theory “expresses a crude and naïve trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power.” More


No time for Israel but Obama Arranging Tehran Visit for Next Year

The Kuwaiti news outlet Al-Jarida reports that President Obama is seeking to arrange a trip to Tehran, Iran next year. The headline of the article reads, “Obama would like to visit Tehran, official invitation after details resolved.” ”Al-Jarida has learned from a U.S. diplomat that President Barack Obama is seeking to visit Tehran in the middle of next year,” the report reads, based on a translation using Google Translate. ”The source said that the desire to visit is shared, and that Tehran and Washington are waiting for the conclusion of the arrangements prior to Iranian President Hassan Rohani issuing an official invitation to his American counterpart to visit Tehran. ”He pointed out that the most important detail that is outstanding regarding the meeting is the question of a meeting with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the possibility of not holding the meeting. ”The source said that Obama was waiting for the invitation to devote his new administration’s policy in the region based on the principle of non-military involvement and balance. He wants to be the first U.S. president to visit Iran since the Khomeini revolution in order to show that he is an advocate of peace and dialogue even with those who chant death to America.” The article was originally published in Arabic. A State Department spokeswoman did not respond to a request for confirmation of the Al-Jarida report. But in an email, one former high ranking U.S. national security official says, “I don’t believe it.”  More


DAYS OF LOT: Gay weddings become reality in Hawaii with new law

HONOLULU (AP) — Same-sex couples are taking advantage of Hawaii’s newfound aloha for gay weddings. Six couples at a Waikiki resort tied the knot early Monday, exchanging vows side-by-side with one another in front of a few hundred guests shortly after midnight, while even more couples watched and waited their turn. Across town, an openly gay Unitarian minister wed his partner of 15 years in a ceremony attended by clergy who pushed for the new law, plus Gov. Neil Abercrombie, who called the special legislative session that led to the law, making the Aloha State the 15th to recognize same-sex marriage. ”One hundred percent tuned (out) everything else but her,” Saralyn Morales said moments after cutting a small wedding cake after marrying her partner, Isajah Morales. “It’s about making that commitment to the person that I want to spend the rest of my life with.” Hawaii’s marriage laws allow couples to register for a license and be married the same day, a process conducive for tourists only in the state a short time. Couples can sign up for a license online then be verified by any license agent throughout the state. Agents have set up shop throughout the islands, from resorts on Maui and the Big Island to hard-to-reach places on Kauai. Saralyn and Isajah Morales began filling out license applications a few minutes after midnight along with other couples. Several license agents huddled around four laptops in a tiny conference room, refreshing their web browsers to coax a state-run website to load. A few feet away, wedding guests sipped champagne, dined on curried shrimp and portabella mushroom sliders, listened to piano music and took pictures with each of seven cakes on display for the occasion. More

Reporter tells MSNBC Obama administration ‘most hostile to the media . . . in US history’

The Obama administration is quick to celebrate the historic significance of just about every action it takes, but the White House is unlikely to embrace the claim that it’s the “most hostile” in U.S. history when it comes to freedom of the press. Nevertheless, that is precisely the charge being leveled by former White House reporter Bob Franken. The talking heads at MSNBC where discussing complaints from photojournalists that the Obama administration is not allowing media photographers to take their own shots, while pushing photos from White House-approved photographers. “Let’s use the ‘P’ word here: it’s propaganda,” Franken told his fellow panelists. “Every administration tries to manipulate the press, but this is the most hostile to the media that has been in United States history.” “The reason I say most hostile is because of the Justice Department moves that they’ve made against the press,” Franken continued. “Obviously, they have a contempt for the journalistic process.” An incredible statement considering just how favorable the media has been to Barack Obama, but even more so that is occurred on MSNBC. As for Franken, it may be a while before you see his mug on the pro-Obama network again.

Terrorism Threat against the U.S is rising, Intelligence reveals

The terrorism threat against the United States is increasing and Americans aren’t as safe as they were a year or two ago, the leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees said. Sen. Dianne Feinstein said there are more terrorist groups than ever, with more sophisticated and hard-to-detect bombs. The California Democrat said “there is huge malevolence out there.” Rep. Mike Rogers said there’s enormous pressure on U.S. intelligence services “to get it right, to prevent an attack.” The Michigan Republican said that job is getting more difficult because al-Qaida is changing, with more affiliates around the world. He said those are groups that once operated independently of but have now joined with al-Qaida. Rogers also said terrorists are adopting the idea that “maybe smaller events are OK” and still might achieve their goals. ”That makes it exponentially harder for our intelligence services to stop an event like that from happening,” he said in a joint interview on CNN’s “State of the Union” that aired Sunday. Although neither lawmaker offered specifics about what led them to their conclusions, Feinstein spoke generally of “a real displaced aggression in this very fundamentalist jihadist Islamic community, and that is that the West is responsible for everything that goes wrong and that the only thing that’s going to solve this is Islamic Sharia law and the concept of the caliphate.” The caliphate is an Islamic state led by a religious and political leader, or caliph, considered a successor of the prophet Mohammed and who governs by Sharia law. More

DAYS OF LOT: Army extends new benefits to soldiers’ same-sex spouses

Army Secretary John McHugh has approved several policy changes that support extending military benefits to the same-sex spouses of soldiers. The changes were prompted by a June 26 Supreme Court ruling that found portions of the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. As a result, the Army now recognizes all marriages that are valid in the location where the wedding ceremony was performed, and “will work to make sure the same benefits are available to all spouses, regardless if they are in same-sex or opposite-sex marriages,” according to a directive issued Nov. 7 by McHugh. Entitlements for same-sex spouses are retroactive to the June 26 court decision. The Army will not grant any claims to entitlements before that date, under the McHugh directive. Here are some key policy changes that flow from the Supreme Court decision, and that will be incorporated into appropriate Army regulations: The Nov. 7 directive supplements a policy in Army Regulation 600-8-10 (Leaves and Passes) that authorizes an administrative absence for a soldier who is part of a couple that wants to get married, and is assigned to a state, District of Columbia or other U.S. jurisdiction that allows the couple to marry. This policy change will be reviewed annually, according to McHugh. More

Iran to build second nuclear plant at Bushehr – In Talks With Russia

Iran will build a second nuclear power plant at Bushehr, President Hassan Rouhani announced. “Our first nuclear power plant is active in the (Bushehr) province which will develop, God willing,” Rouhani said in a speech Saturday night to officials in Bushehr province, Iran’s Fars news agency reported Sunday. The current Bushehr reactor was built by Russia and reached full capacity last year. “Based on our estimates, the second nuclear power plant will be built in the same province and I hope that we can use the facilities of this province,” Rouhani said. Last month, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, spoke of building several new nuclear power plants and added: “We are not obliged to introduce to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the nuclear facilities that we are to build in the future. And only 180 days before entry of nuclear substances there, we will inform the IAEA of them,” Salehi said, according to Fars.  His deputy said in 2012 that Iran had identified 34 potential sites for building additional nuclear power plants. Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful energy purposes. The US, Israel and other Western allies are concerned that Iran is bent on building nuclear weapons. More
Iran and Russia are discussing plans to build a new nuclear power plant at Bushehr, with construction set to begin next year, Iranian media reports said Sunday citing the country’s nuclear chief. Ali Akbar Salehi told state broadcaster IRIB that Iran was negotiating with Russia a deal to produce 4,000 megawatts of electricity, and Moscow has “expressed its readiness to build.” ”With the progress made in the Geneva talks, next year we will see the start of construction on another nuclear power plant in Bushehr,” AFP quoted Salehi as saying. The report comes a week after Iran and the so-called Group of Six nations clinched a last-minute agreement, apparently resolving the decade-long dispute over the issue. Tehran agreed to temporary freeze its nuclear research in exchange for lifting of some of the crippling international sanctions. But the parties still have to work out a permanent agreement that would alleviate Western fears about Iran’s peaceful nuclear program being a façade for military research. More

Paul Walker on Christian Faith: ‘Who Couldn’t Believe There’s a God?’

Paul Walker, 40, will best be remembered by the public as the blond-haired, speed-loving, tough guy with a swagger Brian O’Conner of the successful “Fast & Furious” movie franchise. But less known is that Walker, who died in a tragic and fiery car crash on Saturday, was a Christian and had grown up in the Mormon Church. Walker was born on Sept. 12, 1973, in Glendale, Calif., and was raised up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but he graduated from Village Christian School in Sun Valley, Calif. ”I’m a Christian now. The things that drove me crazy growing up was how everyone works at fault-finding with different religions. The people I don’t understand are atheists. I go surfing and snow boarding and I’m always around nature. I look at everything and think, ‘Who couldn’t believe there’s a God? Is all this a mistake?’ It just blows me away,” Walker was quoted as saying by IMDb. The late actor was a non-denominational Christian who in a GQ UK magazine interview talked about how his Christian education and Mormon background influenced his thinking about family. ”It’s so funny, my daughter now lives with me full time and my original plan was to work up until I was 40 then reassess my life, even go in a completely different direction with things,” Walker had told GQ in an August 2013 interview. “I thought at this point in my life I would need to be home with her (16-year-old Meadow Rain Walker), but she wants me to keep acting so she can travel around the world with me. Would that be so bad? ”Thing is, I went to a born-again Christian high school, was brought up in a traditional Mormon family where these ideas about parenting are of structure and sacrifice. To think outside of that idea of family and parenting that I’ve grown up with is tough, but also very freeing.” More


Amazon testing delivery by drone, CEO Bezos says is testing delivering packages using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos said on the CBS TV news show 60 Minutes Sunday. The idea would be to deliver packages as quickly as possible using the small, unmanned aircraft, through a service the company is calling Prime Air, the CEO said. Bezos played a demo video on 60 Minutes that showed how the aircraft, also known as octocopters, will pick up packages in small yellow buckets at Amazon’s fulfillment centers and fly through the air to deliver items to customers after they hit the buy button online at The goal of the new delivery system is to get packages into customers’ hands in 30 minutes or less, the world’s largest Internet retailer said. Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take “some number of years” as Amazon develops the technology further and waits for the Federal Aviation Administration to come up with rules and regulations, the company added. More


Joe Biden To Visit Demilitarized Zone Between North and South Korea

Vice President Joe Biden is preparing to visit the Demilitarized Zone, the heavily armed border between South Korea and North Korea. The White House is releasing details of Biden’s itinerary for his weeklong trip to Asia aimed at showing the U.S. remains focused on the region. Biden departs Sunday for Japan, China and South Korea. Biden will visit the DMZ Saturday following a ceremony honoring U.S. troops who died during the Korean War, which ended 60 years ago. The border visit will likely highlight the conflict over North Korea’s nuclear program. In Tokyo, Biden will meet with Japan’s prime minister and lawmakers. He’ll meet with China’s president in Beijing and with South Korea’s president in Seoul. Biden will also give a speech in South Korea on U.S. policy in Asia. Huff Post

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