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May 28, 2013

Called to Burning Light

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Memorial Day Tribute Part 1

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“Faith On Trial: Spiritual Thinking”

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Don’t Hold Back

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May 27, 2013

We Remember

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5/27/2013 — Oklahoma Fracking Earthquake — 3.1M inside large operation

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Do you Really Believe in the Power of the Gospel Anywhere on this Planet?

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‘If we want to keep these freedoms, we may have to fight again’ – John Wayne via American Minute

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Termites swarm New Orleans, people think it’s the Apocalypse

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The Extinction Protocol

May 27, 2013NEW ORLEANS, LATens of thousands of formosan termites swarmed New Orleans on Wednesday night, leading many people to believe that the apocalypse had struck the city. The termites were attracted to bright and well-lit devices, which included car headlights, homes, and streetlights. The insects were expected to hit at the beginning of May, but it has been an unusually cold few weeks, and they only made their first appearance on Wednesday night. The Formosan termites were introduced to the United States of America from the Far East during World War Two when they were brought over in crates and various wood products. New Orleans normally sees the creatures appear along Lake Pontchartrain and at the naval shipyard in Algiers. These huge swarms gather and stay in the area because they are only able to fly 300 yards in search of a mate. The…

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Confused weather drops over 30 inches of snow on Memorial Day weekend

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The Extinction Protocol

May 27, 2013NEW YORK –It’s a snowy Memorial Day weekend for parts of the U.S. On the aptly named Whiteface Mountain in upstate New York, there are at least 34 inches of snow on the ground. What’s that look like? Glad you asked: According to Weather Underground, a couple of other mountain peaks in Vermont reached 18 inches of snow, while some towns with higher elevations clocked in at about 7 inches of snowfall this weekend. To figure out how unusual the snowfall this weekend was, Weather Underground had to go back to 1816: Most famous of all cold and snowy late season events would have to be the infamous 1816 ‘Year without Summer’ when Tambora erupted (1815) and the snowfall in June that occurred in the eastern U.S. and Canada. Between June 6th and June 8th accumulating snow was observed as far south as the…

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