UK House of Commons Approves Bill to Allow Creation of ‘Three Parent Babies/ISIS expanding ‘international footprint’ with affiliates in more countries/ North Korea ‘Staging Biochemical Warfare Drills’ and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Living forever as robot? Prototype lets humans upload their mind into mechanized ‘heads’

An Artificial Intelligence pioneer is embracing the controversial idea of uploading the memories, thoughts and feelings of a living person into a computer to create a Mind Clone or “second self.” The prototype for this new self is called ‘Bina-48’.

Entrepreneur Martine Rothblatt has created a new robotic head that she hopes, one day in the future, humans will be able to upload their minds into. Bina-48 is named after Rothblatt’s real-life wife, Bina Aspen, and serves as a proof-of-concept for the futuristic idea. The robot version is designed to carry on a conversation, with scientists hoping that these mind clones could give human owners a sort of artificial afterlife.cont

Hollande and Merkel fly to Russia for crisis talks amid growing fears of ‘Total War’

BREAKING NEWS – The leaders of Germany and France abruptly announced a summit with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, in Moscow on Friday in response to overtures from the Kremlin, raising hopes of a breakthrough in the year-old Ukraine conflict. The sudden and unusual decision by the chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the president, François Hollande, …

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ISIS expanding ‘international footprint’ with affiliates in more countries

The Islamic State, despite being driven by Kurdish fighters from its one-time Syrian stronghold in Kobani last week, nevertheless is extending its reach well beyond Iraq and Syria, military officials and analysts warn — represented, by some estimates, in nearly a dozen countries. Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, delivered a …

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Doctor says mother’s prayer restarted dead boy’s heart

John 14:12 – “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father. When rescuers arrived to Missouri’s Lake Sainte Louise on Jan. 19 after reports that three 14-year-old boys had …

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Investigators said to see signs of Chinese hackers behind Anthem Hack

Investigators of Anthem’s data breach are pursuing evidence that points to Chinese state-sponsored hackers who are stealing personal information from health-care companies for purposes other than pure profit, according to three people familiar with the probe. The breach, which exposed Social Security numbers and other sensitive details of 80 million customers, is one of the …

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“Catastrophic Shutdown Of America’s Supply Chain Looms”

For those who have been following the recent ISM reports, one of the recurring concerns of respondents in both the manufacturing and service sector has been the congestion at West Coast Ports – which handled 43.5% of containerized cargo in the U.S and where transiting cargo accounted for 12.5% of US GDP – as a …

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World heading for financial crisis worse than in 2008

The world economy may slip into a new global financial crisis in the next few years, China’s Dagong Rating Agency Head Guan Jianzhong said in an interview with TASS news agency on Wednesday. “I believe we’ll have to face a new world financial crisis in the next few years. It is difficult to give the …

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WAR DRUMS – North Korea ‘Staging Biochemical Warfare Drills’

North Korea has boosted biochemical warfare drills as part of its regular winter exercises, intelligence agencies here believe. “Military intelligence believes that the North has carried out at least a dozen massive biochemical drills since late last year,” a senior South Korean official said Thursday. “We believe that could pose a real threat.” The North …

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Number of Full-Time Jobs as Percent of Population Lowest It’s Ever Been

Gallup CEO and Chairman Jim Clifton doubled-down on his comments earlier in the week on the misleading Obama unemployment rate. Obama says the unemployment rate is 5.6% which is very misleading.  Clifton went on America’s Newsroom today to explain the misleading government numbers. “The number of full-time jobs, and that’s what everybody wants, as a …

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How the tongue and eyes reveal your body’s health

Many people today suffer from unusual health conditions that don’t seem to have an obvious cause, and that doctors often dismiss as overblown, or worse, nonexistent. Finding answers isn’t always easy, but health practitioner Tina Taekema has put together a course known as “Mirror of the Body” that might be able to help. Combining her …

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Names of Muslim Leaders Who Met With Obama to Be Released ‘At Some Point’

The White House will release the names of all 15 people the White House characterized as “American Muslim leaders,” who met with President Barack Obama Wednesday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday. But he was vague as to whether the release could be as early as Thursday or sometime well in to the …

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Air Force Overlooks Disrespectful Display of the American Flag in Favor of Political Correctness

I noticed something strange as I drove through Davis Monthan Air Force Base, in Tuscon, Arizona last week. It was an American flag with rainbow stripes instead of the standard red and white stripes flying high on a two story house…on government property. For those of you with military ties, you’ll understand the stark contrast …

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PSALM 83 WATCH – Third Lebanon war is inevitable

“A fourth operation in the Gaza Strip is inevitable, just as a third Lebanon war is inevitable” because of indecisiveness in Israel’s response to the Hezbollah attack in Mt. Dov, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Ynet on Sunday morning. The foreign minister said Israel’s deterrence has been compromised following the Hezbollah attack last week that left …

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Christians in Mexico Deprived of Homes for Refusing to Renounce Their Faith

In one of at least three instances of persecution of Christians in southern Mexico’s Chiapas state last month, village leaders reneged on their agreement to allow 47 evangelicals who were expelled for their faith to return to their homes and land. In accordance with the agreement arranged by state officials, Protestants from Buenavista Bahuitz village on …

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1.07 MILLION geese killed (more than half of geese population) due to avian flu in Taiwan

A total of 674 poultry farms around Taiwan have been hit by avian influenza as of 3 February since the outbreak began in mid-January, according to the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine’s latest update on the epidemic. Focus Taiwan reports that the farms confirmed as having been affected by bird flu were …

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20,000 chickens killed, 7 farms destroyed in Avian Flu Outbreak in Nigeria

The Plateau State government has confirmed that cases of avian influenza, aka bird flu, have been recorded in the state. The disclosure was made on Wednesday, February 4, by the Chief Veterinary Officer for the state, Doris Bitrus. “Seven poultry have been destroyed and more than 20,000 birds killed following the outbreak of the dreaded diseases,” Bitrus …

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Ice Church In Romania: A Chilly Spot To Warm The Soul

High on a remote mountain in Romania, priests have blessed a church made entirely from ice, outstanding both for its architectural style as well as being a place for religious tolerance. Builders have once again created the Ice Church, which is only reachable by cable car at an altitude of 2,000 meters (6,600 feet). Water …

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More Teens Becoming ‘Fake’ Christians

If you’re the parent of a Christian teenager, Kenda Creasy Dean has this warning: Your child is following a “mutant” form of Christianity, and you may be responsible. Dean says more American teenagers are embracing what she calls “moralistic therapeutic deism.” Translation: It’s a watered-down faith that portrays God as a “divine therapist” whose chief …

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Bill would allow the dead to vote in Indiana

Someone who casts an absentee ballot but dies before Election Day would still have their vote count under a proposal being considered by Indiana lawmakers. The provision is part of a bill that the House Elections Committee took up Wednesday. Rep. Matt Pierce of Bloomington told members about how disappointed he was when former U.S. …

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New alarm bells over household Debt as Canada faces ‘Downward Spiral’

As Canada’s economy begins to slow, the country’s growing household debt burden is raising new concerns as it outpaces that of most developed countries. In fact, Canada had the second-biggest jump in household debt-to-income ratios of any country other than Greece between 2007 and the second quarter of 2014, a new study says. Canada and Australia along …

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WAR DRUMS – Ukraine to Call Up Women Over 20 for Armed Forces

Ukraine’s armed forces could call up all female citizens of Ukraine aged between 20 and 50 to join the fight against pro-Russian separatists in the country’s eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, Vladislav Seleznev, spokesperson for the armed forces’ high command told Ukrainian news agency Unian today. The former Soviet republic has been hard pressed …

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Only 44 Percent Of American Adults Are Employed For 30 Or More Hours Per Week

Jim Clifton, the Chairman and CEO of Gallup, says that the percentage of Americans that are employed full-time has been hovering near record lows since the end of the last recession. But most Americans don’t realize this because the official unemployment numbers are extremely misleading. In fact, Clifton says that the official 5.6 percent unemployment …

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Franklin Graham to Obama: Muhammad killed innocents

Christian evangelist Franklin Graham on Thursday reminded President Obama, who discusses during one televised interview his “Muslim faith” but otherwise has stated being a Christian, that Jesus Christ came to earth to die for the guilty, while Islam’s Muhammad killed the “innocent.” The comment came in reaction to Obama’s speech during the National Prayer Breakfast, …

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DICTATORSHIP – 2/3 of reporters say Obama spies on them

In a survey of investigative reporters that makes Richard Nixon’s enemies list look like child’s play, nearly seven in 10 said they believe that the Obama administration has spied on their phone calls, emails and online searches. According to a Pew Research Center survey of 454 media figures, 64 percent “believe that the U.S. government …

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5 Infants At Chicago Daycare Center Test Positive For Measles

Cook County and Illinois public health officials have begun investigating a cluster of measles cases linked to a daycare center in Palatine. In a joint statement, the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Cook County Department of Public Health said the cluster includes five infants who have ties to KinderCare Learning Center, located at …

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World War III Is Breaking Out And We’re Without A Leader

Recently, Ukraine reinstituted the draft and started mobilizing a large number of troops to refresh battle-weary soldiers on the front lines in the East, where the fighting is raging. The pro-Russian rebels have stated they too are bringing their forces to 100,000 men. We now have the first real shooting war between European countries since …

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North Texas Mosque Home to First Islamic Tribunal in U.S.

North Texas is now home to the first official Islamic Tribunal in the U.S. Comprised of four judges, the Islamic Tribunal follows Sharia Law, a Muslim religious moral code that settles disputes in many countries in the Middle East. Located at a mosque in Irving, Texas, such an establishment may come as a shock to …

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RadioShack Cuts The Cord After 94 Years, Files For Bankruptcy

RadioShack, after years of puzzling bottom-seeking stock investors on how it managed to stay in business, filed for bankruptcy on Thursday evening. The retailer, best known to consumers in recent years as a trusty seller of easy to lose cords, chargers and tech accessories, also announced a deal to sell between 1,500 and 2,400 stores …

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Holocaust survivor booted from public schools

Anita Dittman has been speaking about the Holocaust for more than three decades, telling everyone who will listen of her survival and how Jesus Christ helped her escape the trap that was ‘Hitler’s hell.” She has reached thousands through her book, “Trapped in Hitler’s Hell,” co-authored with fellow Minnesotan Jan Markell.  And visions of that …

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Feds to create national data warehouse to record disease details on Obamacare enrollees

When Democrats and President Obama were out “selling” the Affordable Care Act in 2009 and 2010, before they enacted it, do you recall anyone telling you that a provision of the law called for the construction of a massive government database that would contain the medical information of all Americans? Actually, there were a few …

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Big Brother comes after the Internet!

After more than a decade of debate and a record-setting proceeding that attracted nearly 4 million public comments, the time to settle the Net Neutrality question has arrived. This week, I will circulate to the members of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed new rules to preserve the internet as an open platform for innovation …

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Key senators say they might boycott Netanyahu speech

Several influential senior Democratic senators said on Wednesday they and other senators are considering boycotting an upcoming speech to Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to protest the decision by House Republicans to disregard protocol and invite the foreign leader without the involvement and blessing of the White House. “Colleagues of mine are very …

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2015 critical Israel vs. Iran nuclear timeline

Will 2015 be the year that another Bible prophecy finds a literal fulfillment? If so, which one, or ones, will it be? Could it be Jeremiah 49:34-39, Psalm 83, Isaiah 17, Ezekiel 38 or some other? It has been sixty-six years since the last literal fulfillment of a prophecy. The prophecy was fulfilled on May 14, …

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Miracle Baby Survives It’s Own Abortion At Just 26 Weeks Old

Miracle Baby Survives It's Own Abortion At Just 26 Weeks Old

A BABY BOY WHO SURVIVED A BOTCHED LATE-TERM ABORTION PROCEDURE IS NOW BEING DUBBED A “LITTLE MIRACLE” BY THE JUDGE WHO HANDED HIM OVER TO THE CUSTODY OF HIS FATHER’S FAMILY. “Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” Psalm 127:3 Baby “A” was born on …

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Russia Deploys Nuclear ICBM Launchers On Combat Patrol

BREAKING NEWS – Perhaps it is a coincidence that a day before John Kerry’s arrival in Kiev (a visit which “coincided” with a 35% devaluation of the local currency) where among other things the US statesman discussed the possibility of official (as opposed to unofficial) deliveries of US “lethal support” to the civil war torn …

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Shooting reported at University of South Carolina

Authorities responded Thursday to reports of gunshots at the University of South Carolina, The State newspaper reported. The paper, citing a tweet by Carolina Alert, said the gunshots occurred at the Public Health Research Building. A campus-wide alert warning students and faculty to seek shelter was sent out at 1:20 p.m. WISTV.com reported. Fox News

Newfound ‘Gospel of the Lots of Mary’ Discovered in Ancient Text

A 1,500-year-old book that contains a previously unknown gospel has been deciphered. The ancient manuscript may have been used to provide guidance or encouragement to people seeking help for their problems, according to a researcher who has studied the text. Written in Coptic, an Egyptian language, the opening reads (in translation): “The Gospel of the …

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We Need a Revival of New Testament Love in the Church

We who call ourselves Spirit-filled Christians are notorious for overusing the term “revival.” If we get a standing-room-only crowd in a church for more than three nights in a row, and those people end up swooning on the floor after the altar call, we start hyping things up and comparing the meetings to the First …

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A Prophetic Look at 2015 – The Year 5775

In the Hebrew calendar we are in the year 5775, which is the Year of the Whirlwind. Five is the number of grace and 7 is the number of completion, which means we have double completion of grace this year. Daniel 4 confirms that grace has an expiration date, by revealing a prophetic word that …

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UK House of Commons Approves Bill to Allow Creation of ‘Three Parent Babies’

The UK House of Commons has voted to approve a bill that would allow the creation of what has been called “three parent babies”—a move that some applaud as an important health advancement while others are concerned about the ethical aspects of the practice. The practice involves in vitro fertilization (IVF), during which genetic material …

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California bill would nix vaccination exemption

California lawmakers want to get rid of a vaccination exemption for parents’ personal beliefs. The legislation comes amid a new spread of preventable illnesses such as measles and whooping cough, as parents continue to forgo vaccinating their children due to personal beliefs. “There are not enough people being vaccinated to contain these dangerous diseases,” Sen. …

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The Global Economy Is About To Implode: ‘Inching closer to… the lowest level ever’

The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) is used by Global economists and stock traders alike as a leading economic indicator because it predicts future economic activity. The index tracks in US dollars and measures global supply and demand for commodity shipments among bulk carriers including raw materials like lumber, coal, metallic ores, and grains. What makes …

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30,000 troops, 6 rapid units: NATO increases military power in Eastern Europe

The NATO Response Force in Europe might increase to 30,000 troops from the current 13,000, said the alliance’s secretary general ahead of a defense ministers meeting in Brussels. Most of the RDF troops are set to be stationed near to Russia’s borders. “I expect that the ministers will agree on several important elements of a …

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44% of Americans Favor Legalizing Gay Marriage

While finding that Americans narrowly favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to legally marry, a new Associated Press-GfK poll also shows most believe wedding-related businesses should be allowed to deny service to same-sex couples for religious reasons. Roughly half the country also thinks local officials and judges with religious objections ought to be exempt from …

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Obama At National Prayer Breakfast: ‘People Committed Terrible Deeds In The Name of Christ’

At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama reminded attendees that violence rooted in religion isn’t exclusive to Islam, but has been carried out by Christians as well. Obama said that even though religion is a source for good around the world, there will always be people willing to “hijack religion for their own murderous ends.” …

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Massive breach at health care company Anthem Inc, 80 Million Impacted

As many as 80 million customers of the nation’s second-largest health insurance company, Anthem Inc., have had their account information stolen, the company said in a statement. “Anthem was the target of a very sophisticated external cyber attack,” Anthem president and CEO Joseph Swedish said in a statement posted on a website the company created …

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4,000-Strong Christian Militia Formed to Fight ISIS in Northern Iraq

Thousands of Iraqi Christians have established their own militia and are training to fight the Islamic State (ISIS) in the Nineveh Plains of northern Iraq. The Nineveh Plains Protection Units (NPU) has 3,000 Assyrian Christian men registered to be trained, while another 500 are already training for combat. The militia was founded by the Iraqi …

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North Korea threatens to nuke U.S. with advanced atomic weapons

North Korea threatened Wednesday a nuclear strike against the United States using advanced atomic weapons in an official message to Washington issued by the country’s highest decision-making body headed by its leader Kim Jong-un. The National Defense Commission released a statement through the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency to declare that it is no …

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A Strong Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake has struck Panama

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Woman finds strange creature inside of tuna can

Woman finds strange creature inside of tuna can

She may never eat tuna again. A British mom got a shock last week when she opened a can of Princes tuna and claims she saw a little creature staring back at her.  According to the Nottingham Post Newspaper Zoe Butler said the object had black eyes and a spiny tail. “It’s a little red …

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Death toll soars to thousands as cold snap hits UK

Official figures reveal that the death rate related to cold snaps in England and Wales is over 30% higher than normal for this time of year. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) some 28,800 people died in the fortnight ending January 23. ONS said the flu virus and the cold snap are the …

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‘Worst of UK austerity still to come’

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says the worst of the UK’s austerity drive is yet to come. In its annual Green Budget, the think tank said the UK’s finances still have “a long way to go” in order to recover from the financial crisis. Speaking in December’s Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osborne said government …

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Florida spring closes when 300 manatees suddenly swim up

Florida’s Three Sisters Springs got a little crowded this week when more than 300 manatees swam quickly into the springs, prompting park officials to close the springs to human swimmers and kayakers. Up to 600 manatees winter in Florida Kings Bay and Crystal River from November to March, but the population drops to 30 manatees …

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Mass animal deaths on the rise worldwide

Mass animal deaths on the rise worldwide

Thousands of birds fall from the sky. Millions of fish wash up on the shore. Honey bee populations decimated. Bats overtaken by a deadly fungus. Piglets die in droves from a mysterious disease. It was tragic stories such as these that prompted a group of researchers from the University of San Diego, UC Berkeley and …

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China has crossed a major investment threshold that is going to change the entire world

Back in October, the Financial Times wrote that China’s outbound investment will soon surpass the amount invested inside the country, marking a new step in the rise of this new economic power. “This is just a matter of time; if it doesn’t happen this year then it will happen in the very near future,” Zhang …

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World’s Security Conference focuses on ‘Collapse of Global Order’

The Ukraine conflict, Islamic State group jihadists and the wider “collapse of the global order” will occupy the world’s security community at an annual meeting in Germany from Friday.  Also on the agenda of the three-day Munich Security Conference (MSC) will be Iran’s nuclear talks, the Syrian war and mass refugee crisis, West Africa’s Ebola …

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China joins wave of global easing with cut to bank reserve ratio

China cut the amount of cash banks must set aside as reserves in a bid to boost the supply of loans, as capital outflows and weakness at the nation’s factories suggest a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy is deepening. The reserve ratio will fall 50 basis points on Thursday, the People’s Bank of China …

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Alabama chief justice refuses to recognize same-sex marriage

Days before Alabama’s stay on gay marriage expires, Chief Justice Roy Moore told probate judges they’re not obligated to issue marriage licenses. His bold words of encouragement laud state sovereignty and disregard last month’s ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Ginny Granade allowing a Mobile lesbian couple to obtain a marriage license. “Lower federal courts …

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It Is About To Get Ugly: Oil Is Crashing And So Is Greece!

BREAKING NEWS – The price of oil collapsed by more than 8 percent on Wednesday, and a decision by the European Central Bank has Greece at the precipice of a complete and total financial meltdown. What a difference 24 hours can make. On Tuesday, things really seemed like they were actually starting to get better. …

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Air Force has Meltdown over name of Christ

The Air Force Reserve Command is threatening to censor a report about a reservist and his family who spend their Christmas holidays each year on humanitarian trips – most recently visiting Guatemala and providing medical treatment for indigenous people.  The threat is drawing outrage from the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, which has dispatched a …

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Debt mountains spark fears of another crisis

The world is awash with more debt than before the global financial crisis erupted in 2007, with China’s debt relative to its economic size now exceeding US levels, according to a report. Global debt has increased by $57tn since 2007 to almost $200tn — far outpacing economic growth, calculates McKinsey & Co, the consultancy. As …

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Navy’s new human-like robot could replace firefighters

A new US Navy robot, about the weight and height of an adult male, may soon replace firefighters at sea: The humanlike SAFFiR has the ability to both detect dangerous environments and put out blazes.

The Navy officially unveiled the latest version of its Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot, or SAFFiR, this week, and says that the space-age creation could become a critical tool when it comes to battling blazes on water which are not easily accessible to humans.

“We set out to build and demonstrate a humanoid capable of mobility aboard a ship, manipulating doors and fire hoses, and equipped with sensors to see and navigate through smoke,” Dr. Thomas McKenna, the human-robot interaction and cognitive neuroscience manager for the Office of Naval Research, said in a statement. “The long-term goal is to keep sailors from the danger of direct exposure to fire.”

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