U.S. Announces $329M in Additional Emergency Aid to Help People Facing Famine

One of the tragedies in the world that is receiving little attention in the news, primarily due to the scripted theatrics by many media companies on the POTUS, is the growing threat of famine in several conflict zones, particularly Yemen and South Sudan and to an extent Nigeria and Somalia. With this...

Designer viruses may help fight cancer

Very interesting work in immunotherapy. The idea is to design a virus to stimulate the patient’s immune system to fight the cancer. Researchers have created artificial designer viruses that can stimulate the immune system to specifically combat cancer cells. These designer viruses alert...

The Medes and the Persians in Old Testament prophecy

When I was at school, we called it the Persian empire. That’s how it’s labelled on the scruffy-looking map filling half a page in my old notebook. The book of Daniel describes the state more accurately as the kingdom “of the Medes and the Persians”. The Medes were the leading nation in...

Solar Eruption headed towards Earth…Bugout Now

Direct Hit from Solar Eruption headed towards Earth…. Australian Space Forecast Centre issued a geomagnetic disturbance warning for May 26-27, due to a “ halo coronal mass ejection.” Average daily sunspot number has increased to 31.7 SOLAR ALERT ...

His Life

A new person will come into the world yet unknown, every opportunity waiting for this unborn. He will be innocent and pure surrounded by loved ones, has no problems yet, he doesn’t know how life runs. Tick Tock… he is five years old already cursing, his coloring all day he needs no more nursing....

DHS chief: If you knew what I knew about terror, you’d ‘never leave the house’

I found this headline hard to believe. But John kelly, Homeland Security Sec said the threat is worse than most realize. DHS chief: If you knew what I knew about terror, you’d ‘never leave the house’ Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Friday said the terror threat is worse than most...

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