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April 29, 2013

Shame

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To accept Jesus in our lives there is one requirement and that is to be ashamed of our past and to repent of our sins. If you go in with an attitude that you are inherently good and sinless and that you can go on with your life as before, you are fooling only yourselves and not Jesus.  For those who teach that your salvation is their road to salvation and that therefore you must choose to follow what they teach, I only feel a great sadness. These will never truly know God because they are not sorry for their own actions, they are sorry for yours. Perhaps they truly believe that they can force you to be sinless and that they will profit in Jesus eyes because of that. That is not what Jesus teaches, nor is it anywhere in the Bible. Nothing that we do can get us…

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April 28, 2013

U.S. Senate Chaplains via American Minute

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U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black was elected in 2003.

Posted on the official U.S. Senate website is:

“Chaplain’s Office – Throughout the years, the United States Senate has honored the historic separation of Church and State, but not the separation of God and State.

The first Senate, meeting in New York City on APRIL 25, 1789, elected the Right Reverend Samuel Provost, the Episcopal Bishop of New York, as its first Chaplain.

During the past two hundred and seven years, all sessions of the Senate have been opened with prayer, strongly affirming the Senate’s faith in God as Sovereign Lord of our Nation.”

This was a continuation of the practice of the Continental Congress during the Revolution, as Ben Franklin remarked in 1787:

“In the beginning of the Contest with Great Britain, when we were sensible of danger, we had daily prayer in this room for Divine protection.”

The…

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Discovery of wound-healing genes in flies could mitigate human skin ailments | KurzweilAI

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I never thought that I would find a reason to like flies, but this article has me thinking of them in a new way. God has a reason for everything and perhaps we are finally beginning to realize that even flies are important!

Discovery of wound-healing genes in flies could mitigate human skin ailments | KurzweilAI.

Biologists at UC San Diego have identified eight genes never before suspected to play a role in wound healing that are called into action near the areas where wounds occur.

Their discovery, detailed this week in the open-access journal PLOS ONE (open access), was made in the laboratory fruit fly Drosophila. But the biologists say many of the same genes that regulate biological processes in the hard exoskeleton, or cuticle, ofDrosophila also control processes in human skin.

“Many of the key molecules and proteins involved in Drosophila wound healing are involved…

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Satan’s Final War Plan Exposed by David Wilkerson

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2013: the year of the comet – new comet discovery announced

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April 28, 2013SPACE – Comet TENAGRA: Cbet nr. 3478, issued on 2013, April 19, announces the discovery of a apparently asteroidal object (discovery magnitude ~19.6) by M. Schwartz and P. R. Holvorcem on CCD images obtained with the Tenagra II 0.41-m f/3.75 astrograph located near Nogales, AZ, U.S.A. After posting on the Minor Planet Center’s NEOCP webpage, this apparently asteroidal object has been found to show cometary features by our team. Stacking of 12 R-filtered exposures, 50-sec each, obtained remotely from Haleakala-Faulkes Telescope North on 2013, April 18.4, through a 2.0-m f/10.0 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD (operated by LCOGT), shows that this object is a comet: compact coma about 5” in diameter elongated toward PA 110. The new comet has been designated COMET C/2013 G9 (TENAGRA).  –Astro Watch

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3.2 magnitude earthquake rattles Santa Monica Bay

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April 28, 2013SANTA MONICA, CA. — According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a minor earthquake shook the Santa Monica Bay area at approximately 7:52 p.m. Saturday, April 27. With a preliminary magnitude of 3.2, the tremor occurred roughly two miles north of El Segundo and two miles south of Marina Del Rey. The Los Angeles Fire Department announced that it was in its regular operating mode post-quake. According to the USGS Community-Generated Intensity Map, the 3.2 quake was detected in many areas on both the Westside and the South Bay by more than 1,400 people. No emergency calls were made following the quake. Twitter results showed that the jolt was felt by people on Sepulveda and Washington boulevards, south of Sony Studios in Culver City and in West Hollywood. –Canyon News
6.2 magnitude earthquake also struck the Kermadec Islands. It was the 13th major…

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April 27, 2013

Curious vortex whirlpool found in Latvia River

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April 25, 2013LATVIAIn 1841, Edgar Allen Poe referred to a maelstrom, or powerful whirlpool in the ocean, as a “whole sea … lashed into ungovernable fury.” Now 172 years later, a YouTube video titled “Amazing monstrous whirlpool” gives gravity to Poe’s words, though (likely) on a slightly smaller scale. Set in Dviete, Latvia, near the banks of the Daugava River, the video depicts a mysterious whirlpool churning — and destroying — all that enters. Huge chunks of ice? Gone. Floating islands of debris? Annihilated. “Swallowing everything dragged towards its direction,” reads the description by Jānis Astičs, “this monstrous whirlpool looks as if a plug has been pulled from the ground beneath.” Astičs isn’t too far off in his analysis, actually. While most whirlpools in nature occur as a result of fast moving currents meeting one another in opposite directions (often caused by ocean tides), the…

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Bringing people back from the dead | KurzweilAI

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Bringing people back from the dead | KurzweilAI.

A doctor says people can be revived several hours after they have seemingly died, BBC News reports. Should this change the way we think about death?

“While 45 minutes is absolutely remarkable and a lot of people would have written her off, we now know there are people who have been brought back, three, four, five hours after they’ve died and have led remarkably good quality lives,” says Dr Sam Parnia, the director of resuscitation research at Stony Brook University in New York. Read more at Bringing people back from the dead | KurzweilAI.

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3D printer makes tiniest human liver ever | KurzweilAI

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3D printer makes tiniest human liver ever | KurzweilAI.

Lab-grown livers have come a step closer to reality thanks to a 3D printer loaded with cells, New Scientistreports.

Created by Organovo in San Diego, California, future versions of the system could produce chunks of liver for transplant.

The mini-livers that Organovo made are just half a millimeter deep and 4 millimeters across but can perform most functions of the real thing.Read more at 3D printer makes tiniest human liver ever | KurzweilAI.

Watch video at http://bcove.me/x9tub6fr

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April 24, 2013

Conflict Between Man and God: The Human Mind (PART II)

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