Congress warned North Korean EMP attack would kill ‘90% of all Americans’ | Washington Examiner

by Paul Bedard | Oct 12, 2017, 4:25 PM Congress was warned Thursday that North Korea is capable of attacking the U.S. today with a nuclear EMP bomb that could indefinitely shut down the electric power grid and kill 90 percent of “all Americans” within a year. At a House hearing, experts said that North Korea could easily employ the “doomsday scenario” to turn parts of the U.S. to ashes.  In calling on the Pentagon Continue Reading →

What is the legacy of the last 50+ years of leftist protesting?

The progressives and an endless spin-off of groups has captured the media for an insufferable amount of time. We have had legitimate protests before, of course, and they were usually on national topics of concern; civil rights, the increased involvement in Vietnam come to mind. They were topics that concerned us all as a nation and as moral concerns. But am I the only one that has noticed that for the last 50+ years there Continue Reading →

Submit a Post: Steve Brown

I came across this post by Jeff Pearlman. On his website, he has what he calls The Quaz, which is a Q&A session with various homo sapiens. This one is with John Martignoni who is a Catholic christian and as such should be of interest to this audience. Enjoy! http://www.jeffpearlman.com/john-martignoni/

The Vatican Advisors on the Climate

This answers alot of questions. What could possibly go wrong? Is the Pope’s conclusions a surprise? Or did he merely get advisors who already agreed with his own beliefs? I think it is self-evident what went on here.

News from The Associated Press: MYSTERIOUS ‘ZOMBIE BEE’ SCOURGE REACHES SOUTHERN US

:BY BEN FINLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS NORFOLK (AP) — The mysterious “zombie bee” parasite that kills honeybees has reached the southern United States after scientists confirmed a case in Virginia about an hour outside Roanoke, researchers announced this week. The discovery suggests the phenomenon is more widespread than previously thought, although researchers still know little about how many bees it actually kills. Flies attach themselves to the bees and inject their eggs, causing erratic “zombie-like” behavior Continue Reading →

Mamma Mia! listening to Mozart lowers blood pressure…but ABBA has no impact  

Due to this phenomenon and all the bad news that we read day after day, we have installed 2 music videos on the left sidebar which you can employ to play Mozart whilst reading the news. So now you can lower your blood pressure and still keep abreast of the headlines. Mamma Mia! listening to Mozart lowers blood pressure…but ABBA has no impact Mozart’s Symphony No 40 in g minor lowered blood pressure Sarah Knapton, science editor 21 JUNE Continue Reading →

US Navy ‘discussed plans to fit humans with microchips and track their every move’ – The Sun

via US Navy ‘discussed plans to fit humans with microchips and track their every move’ – The Sun

Erectile dysfunction drug viagra stops heart attacks claims research | Health | Life & Style | Daily Express

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye! | Servus Fidelis ~ The Faithful Servant

via Hear Ye, Hear Ye! | Servus Fidelis ~ The Faithful Servant

An Amazing Creation: When Science and Faith Meet

Exciting news for the new evangelization being called for by Pope Benedict XVI are the recent discoveries in “space-time geometry,” prompting eminent physicists to assert the cosmos had to have a beginning and thus had to have a creator. Jesuit Father Robert Spitzer — a philosopher, accountant, former university president and leadership consultant — always has had a fascination with the intersection of faith and reason. He’s smart enough to have debated physicist Stephen Hawking, Continue Reading →

“Once in a Civilization” Comet to Zip past Earth Next Year | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

As it flares out of the distant Oort Cloud, the newly discovered comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) appears to be heading on a trajectory that could make for one of the most spectacular night-sky events in living memory. Why is this comet expected to be so unique? Two reasons: Astronomers predict that the comet will pass just 1.16 million miles from the Sun as it swings around its perihelion, or closest approach. (This may seem like Continue Reading →