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1 Replies and 3017 Views Video Series Draws on Nature, Nurture to Explain God's Plan  3017  1 Started by  Lloyd Grubb A new series of six minute videos, available now on ARtv, the video service of Adventist Review Ministries, starts with the planet's tiniest organisms to explain the universe's biggest mystery. This series of six short videos is an original ARtv production and is available in English with subtitles in French, Portuguese and Spanish. 'Earth is a Battlefield,' written and presented by Scott Christiansen, a Seventh-day Adventist pastor and author, explains that while God did not create a world w...
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10 May 2018 09:29 PM
1 Replies and 2026 Views Beer-Brewing Monks of Norcia Say Earthquake Destroys St. Benedict Basilica  2026  1 Started by  Lloyd Grubb Monks who had been brewing beer to raise funds to rebuild a historic earthquake-damaged basilica have suffered a huge setback after the ancient building was destroyed by another temblor.   The monks of the Monastery of Saint Benedict in Norcia in central Italy announced via Twitter that the strongest earthquake to strike the country in 36 years had 'flattened' the Basilica of St. Benedict on Sunday.   The monks were safe, according to a statement on the monastery's webs...
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08 Jan 2018 07:35 PM
0 Replies and 2081 Views Ellicott City Flash Flood 2016  2081  0 Started by  Lloyd Grubb The rainfall that caused the devastating flash flood Ellicott City, Md., Saturday evening, killing two people, was a 1-in-1,000 year weather event. The storm dumped 6.5 inches of rain on Ellicott City in only about 3 hours, with 5.5 inches falling in just 90 minutes. Video during the storm:     Video of aftermath:
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0 Replies and 2459 Views California Could Be the Next Saudi Arabia  2459  0 Started by  Lloyd Grubb In the early 1980s, Saudi Arabia embarked upon a bold project: It began to transform large swaths of desert landscape into wheat farms. Now, "desert agriculture" isn&39;t quite the oxymoron it might sound like. These arid zones offer ample sunlight and cool nights, and harbor few crop-chomping insects, fungal diseases, or weed species. As long as you can strategically add water and fertilizer, you&39;ll generate bin-busting crops. And that&39;s exactly what Saudi Arabia did. As...
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10 Nov 2015 12:19 PM
0 Replies and 2254 Views 4,400 Dead Cows Are Decomposing in a Sunken Ship in a Brazilian River  2254  0 Started by  Lloyd Grubb "Earlier this month, a ship heading to Venezuela sank at the river port of Vila do Conde in the Amazon region of northern Brazil. Shipwrecks are always tragic, but what made this one unique was the ship&39;s cargo: 4,900 live cows. The animals, which belonged to the Brazilian beef company Minerva Foods, were headed to Venezuela. (This isn&39;t Minerva Foods&39; first ship accident involving cows—another one happened in 2012.) The vast majority—around 4,400 animals—...
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29 Oct 2015 09:02 AM
0 Replies and 2220 Views Strongest hurricane on record heads for Mexico  2220  0 Started by  Lloyd Grubb Tens of thousands of people are being evacuated from Mexico&39;s Pacific coast Friday as Patricia, the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, bears down on the Puerto Vallarta area packing sustained winds of 200 mph. The U.S. National Hurricane Center predicted the Category 5 hurricane would make a “potentially catastrophic landfall” in southwestern Mexico later in the day. The hurricane center described the storm as the most powerful ever recorded in...
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23 Oct 2015 08:00 AM
0 Replies and 1962 Views S.C. flood is 6th 1,000-year rain since 2010  1962  0 Started by  Lloyd Grubb The biblical flooding in South Carolina is at least the sixth so-called 1-in-1,000 year rain event in the U.S. since 2010, a trend that may be linked to factors ranging from the natural, such as a strong El Niño, to the man-made, namely climate change. So many "1-in-1,000 year" rainfalls is unprecedented, said meteorologist Steve Bowen of Aon Benfield, a global reinsurance firm. "We have certainly had our fair share in the United States in recent years, and any increasing trend...
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