(Videos) Boys speak rescue from cave..
Activity at Kilauea unprecedented in the past 200 years..
Rainstorm kills dozens – destroys 500 homes in Katsina..
Family told ‘No’ bible study on own land..
CEASE & DESIST: Town Orders Family to Stop Hosting Bible Studies on Farm
The owners of a Pennsylvania farm have been ordered by the Sewickley Heights Borough to cease and desist holding Bible studies on their private property.
They were served a cease-and-desist order in October 2017, the Post-Gazette reported.
The Independence Law Center filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of the farmers against the borough alleging an egregious violation of the U.S. Constitution.
According to the lawsuit, the Fetterolfs were threatened with fines of $500 per day plus court costs for having Bible studies at their home, having meetings where religious songs are sung, conducting any religious retreats for church leaders or seminary students or conducting any religious fundraisers….
‘It Was a Miracle!’ Thai Soccer Players Relive Daring Rescue from Flooded Cave..
Adul Sam-on and his teammates were all smiles Wednesday as they walked into a packed news conference, newly released from the hospital after being rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand.
“It was a miracle, it was shocking,” the 14-year-old said of the rescue mission as he and several of the Thai boys told the world for the first time in their own words what it was like being trapped in the Tham Luang cave complex.
Adul is originally from Myanmar. Reports say he left his family when he was 7-years-old and moved to Thailand to get a better education. In Thailand, he lived in a church and was raised by Christian teachers….
One Cyber Attack Could Wipe Out 90% of US Population
In the past eight months, federal authorities have issued public warnings about foreign hackers penetrating the US power grid and other critical infrastructure. Cybersecurity experts say the intent is to plant digital grenades in those systems until they decide to pull the pin.
These attacks are from an enemy who may never step on US soil. But they could cripple vital systems like electricity, food, water, and manufacturing.
“Right now we are tracking about eight different teams that specifically target industrial networks,” said Robert Lee, Founder, and CEO of Dragos, Inc.
Lee spent five years working at the National Security Agency and Pentagon Cyber Command before forming Dragos, Inc….
The Potential: Casualties on a Massive Scale
Lee says these cyber enemies are now going way beyond controlling light switches.
“Now we are starting to see really aggressive behavior,” Lee said
An attack on the United States could create casualties on a massive scale. Research shows a cyber attack on the power grid that shuts off electricity would potentially leave millions of Americans without food, clean water, access to money, health care and more.
“Frankly, the United States is under attack. Under attack by entities that are using cyber to penetrate virtually every major action that takes place in the United States,” said Dan Coats, Director of National Intelligence at a Congressional hearing on national security threats.
Multi-Pronged Threats to US Security
Coats also told Congress that cyber weapons exist in the hands of not only countries but also terrorists and other activists….
52 killed and 20 missing after ‘worst ever’ floods hit Katsina, Nigeria
At least 52 people have died and 20 are still missing after heavy rains caused severe floods in Nigeria’s northern state of Katsina over the past few days, local officials confirmed Wednesday, July 18, 2018. In the country’s south, heavy rains in the state of Ogun claimed lives of 11 people.
More than 500 houses were destroyed by the flood in Katsina State, Aminu Waziri, head of the State Emergency Management Agency said today. At least 52 people have died, 27 were injured, 20 are missing and at least 5 000 are displaced.
Following the heavy rainfall on Saturday, July 15, water from the main river in the area moved in a reverse direction and came back to Jibia town, causing the flooding, state governor Aminu Masari said. Five villages in Jibia district were affected by the flood.
“This is the worst natural disaster I have ever witnessed in my life. I believe this is the worst ever seen in the state,” the governor said. “The devastation caused by the heavy rains (and) flood at Kukan Danmaciji of Jibia LGA is indeed enormously overwhelming and heartbreaking.”….
Historic wildfire outbreak hits Sweden amid record-breaking heat
Scandinavia is experiencing exceptionally warm temperatures, over 11 °C (20 °F) above average, for more than a month. Above-average temperatures combined with drought, lightning, and human negligence to cause what Swedish authorities are describing as the country’s most serious wildfire situation in modern times. The heatwave is expected to continue, particularly in northern Scandinavia.
Heat arrived early to Scandinavia this year, with the hottest May on record in Sweden, disappointing June, and an unusually hot July. The temperatures are exceptionally high even in the Arctic Circle, pushing well above 30 °C (86 °F) or 8 – 11 °C (14 – 20 °F) above the long-term average….
From sharks to deadly stingrays and monster-sized jellyfish strange creatures showing up on both sides of the Atlantic during heatwave
Stingrays spotted in British waters during the recent summer heatwave.
As 2018 continues to bake in the Northern Hemisphere the Atlantic ocean is beginning to show increased stress as strange and unusual creatures are turning up where they don’t belong.
Stingrays have been spotted in shallow water close to a number of beaches in the Channel Island of Jersey in the UK.
According to The Daily Mail, the increased numbers of the deadly creatures are believed to be linked to the prolonged spell of warm and settled weather, which has encouraged stingrays to move out of deeper water.
Meanwhile, the BBC reported yesterday that swimmers were warned over a 9ft blue shark spotted close to the beach in St Ives, Cornwall….
Huge mysterious stone spheres on Arctic island leave scientists baffled
Large natural balls in the Franz Josef archipelago leave scientists flummoxed. Visitors to this cosmic landscape named the round rocks ‘footballs of the Gods’. The huge stone balls up to two metres in height are found on appropriately-named Champ island above the polar circle. Perfectly spherical they are scattered all over this northern uninhabited outpost. And at first it is hard to believe that they are natural and not made by man, or possibly giants.
Yet the barren 374 km2 (144 sq miles) island was never inhabited and scientists are sure they are not artificial, even if they cannot agree how they were formed….
All the prophecies the bible said will happen in end times, are happening or almost complete at present