What Should You Do When Your Plans Seem Hindered?


thHave you ever pursued something that you believed was God’s will, yet obstacles seemed to keep you from doing what you thought you were supposed to do? If you have, don’t feel alone, because many people have been in that same position! Even the apostle Paul felt this way from time to time! But what should you do in times like these?

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Mass extinction for Earth’s oceans probable, comprehensive study says


ocean-sea-damage-extinction-1-siThe first comprehensive study of its kind has determined that ocean life is facing mass extinction from human activity. But the record damage is still reversible – unlike our impact on land. American scientists say the effects can be mitigated. We’ve known for a while that achieving sustainability would be impossible with our lifestyles. Although the majority of Earth is covered in water we are vastly reliant on, many of our practices are causing unprecedented damage to marine biology: coral reef damage, resource mining, fish farming, construction work, chemical pollution, the depletion of bio resources, unintended species migration, global warming, military drills – to name just a few. Read Full Article

2014 officially hottest year on record


201412-siTwo leading US climate research bodies have declared that 2014 was the warmest year since records began in 1880, with surface temperatures about 0.68 Celsius (33 °F) higher than the historic average. The data was announced jointly by two separate teams working to interpret measurements collected from 6,300 weather stations dotted around the world – NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). “This is the latest in a series of warm years, in a series of warm decades,” declared GISS Director Gavin Schmidt. “While the ranking of individual years can be affected by chaotic weather patterns, the long-term trends are attributable to drivers of climate change that right now are dominated by human emissions of greenhouse gases.” Read Full Article

Whistle-blower: There Is Something Wrong With Earth’s Core! (2015)

Published on Jan 10, 2015
Swarms of thousands of earth quakes happening around the world, birds dying in mass…now a reporter is telling of a government whistle-blower that is saying there is something wrong with the Earth’s Core
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Iceland: Holuhraun lava field biggest in 200 years, Nasa satellite images show


holuhraum-lava-fieldIceland’s Holuhraun lava field now the biggest it has been for 200 years, covering over 84sq/km (32sq/miles). Nasa satellite images have shown how the lava field has spread over recent months, with magma gushing from fissures north of Vatnajökull, Iceland’s largest glacier. Researchers at the University of Iceland’s Institute of Earth Science say that based on data from surveillance flights, the thickness of the field is about 10m, with the centre and western parts reaching 12 and 14m deep respectively.Read Full Article

Top Ten Underwater Discoveries of 2014


2014-top-10-underwater-discoveriesOut of all the amazing archaeological discoveries made each and every day around the world, those that emerge from the depths of the ocean are among the most captivating. There is something about the underwater world that captures our imagination – perhaps it is the curiosity and intrigue about what else may lie beneath the surface, or the idea that entire cities may be hidden on the ocean floor, out of sight and out of reach. Fortunately, underwater discoveries are not always out of reach and every year more incredible findings are made thanks to advancing technology in the field of marine archaeology. Here we present ten remarkable marine discoveries of 2014. Read Full Article