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Pastor Anniversary Scriptures and Themes

Creating a pastor anniversary theme can be intimidating, overwhelming and sometimes over thought. Selecting a theme for your pastor is nothing more than creating a...

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Simon Noble

Meteorological Station

A Meteorological Station or weather station as it is also known, is a place where data is gathered to monitor weather conditions. This facility could be on land or...

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Rather than blame others, take personal responsibility to reduce our dependence on oil by using less of petroleum derived products. Repeatedly we are hearing about oil spills, rising prices on oil

By: Kyles Humphrey l News & Society > Energy l Aug 15, 2012
Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012

In this high paced digital age, it's easy to become displaced from the people and places around you. However, it's important to support your community and your neighbors who live in it, and work hard

By: Monai Gupta l News & Society > Politics l Jul 11, 2012
Scott Spiegel

In a bold, unpredictable move, President Obama declared on Monday his desire to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for all but the highest-income earners, by which he means anyone richer than Al and Peg

By: Scott Spiegel l News & Society > Politics l Jul 10, 2012
Larry M. Elkin

Bipartisanship isn't always sweet. Especially when it comes to the politics of sugar.

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > Politics l Jul 09, 2012

In a direct reflection of the financial market's currently unsteady nature, the wholesale energy markets tumbled to a four-month low at the end of May. The bearish market was thanks to the continuing

By: Graham N Paul l News & Society > Energy l Jul 09, 2012

Rumours are circulating that the government is to review its much-lauded 'Green Deal', after warnings that it could "waste" between 2-3 billion GBP. Not true say the government, with the DECC swiftly

By: Graham N Paul l News & Society > Energy l Jul 09, 2012
David M Lawrence

Propaganda is used to manipulate the people into actually voting for politicians who are in direct opposition the their interest. We the people don't even realize when we are being taken advantage of

By: David M Lawrence l News & Society > Politics l Jul 08, 2012
Suhaina Mazhar Sumazla

P. A. Sangma is an Indian politician who has been announced as the president candidate for July 2012 president election of India by the opposing parties including Bharatiya Janata Party. He

By: Suhaina Mazhar Sumazla l News & Society > Politics l Jul 07, 2012
Suhaina Mazhar Sumazla

Pranab Mukherjee, the president candidate of India is considered to be a legend in his lifetime. He is a real hard worker and he spends almost twelve to fifteen hours a day for his multitasking

By: Suhaina Mazhar Sumazla l News & Society > Politics l Jul 07, 2012
Curtis D Bradley

If it's ok for a black comedian to make a joke about White People's Day on a major U.S. holiday like the 4th of July, Independence Day, then it should be equally ok for a white comedian to make a

By: Curtis D Bradley l News & Society > Politics l Jul 07, 2012
Joel Rubin

A lot of people work in some kind of office environment, whether it is a small business or a large corporate center with thousands of people in a single facility. Whenever there are people in any

By: Joel Rubin l News & Society > Energy l Jul 06, 2012
Jonathan Reynold

4th of July is almost here! I have started planning this year's celebration well in advance. Each year I make it a point to call all my friends for a grand outdoor party at my Vermont farmhouse and

By: Jonathan Reynold l News & Society > Politics l Jul 04, 2012

With all the political rhetoric heating up before the November elections, I find many people ill-informed about exactly what the new health care law would do. Also, I find that many people seem to

By: Colby Scullion l News & Society > Politics l Jul 04, 2012
Lance Winslow

Thanks to ESRI and some brilliant criminologists we now have the awesome crime predictive software, that can computationally predict where crimes are most likely to occur based on the time of day and

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Crime l Jul 03, 2012
Mark G Anderson

Utility scale solar power pertains to large power plants and solar farms to generate and supply power to many users. It is enjoyed by US states like Nevada, Arizona and California and in southern

By: Mark G Anderson l News & Society > Energy l Jul 03, 2012
Darryl William DeLong

Solar energy has received much attention in the media recently. Rising power costs and the impact of fossil fuels on our environment are just two of the issues that are leading green-minded and

By: Darryl William DeLong l News & Society > Energy l Jul 03, 2012

Oil demand in India is set to grow in the next five years and beyond, driven by demand for its exports and a fast growing domestic market. India's significant indigenous oil supplies have been

By: Praneet Bakshi l News & Society > Energy l Jul 03, 2012
Mark G Anderson

Solar tracking systems are a great way to maximize the efficiency of solar panels. They track the sun's motion across the sky and depending on the type of system, the increase of energy output in

By: Mark G Anderson l News & Society > Energy l Jul 02, 2012
Lance Winslow

Most folks would agree we need at least some regulation when it comes to energy and fuel, still, most of those screaming about more regulation focus all their attention on the fossil fuels, than on

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Energy l Jul 01, 2012
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Titus T Garard

Creating a pastor anniversary theme can be intimidating, overwhelming and sometimes over thought. Selecting a theme for your pastor is nothing more than creating a sentence based on the direction or

By: Titus T Garard l News & Society > Religion l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 1680 lComments: 0
Simon Noble

The Auriol weather station or temperature station as it is also known, is a digital thermometer for measuring temperature indoors and out. It has a really nice looking interface, which is easy to

By: Simon Noble l News & Society > Weather l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 265 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

One thing that people don't realize about air pollution is the accumulative effect, that is to say the various molecules combining into something else, making things much worse. CO2 is quite sticky

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 161 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Is Global Warming just a conspiracy theory of epic proportions and hot air? Yes, why yes it is. Everyday still, however we hear more nonsensical debate and media press on this issue, and some folks

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Environmental l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 141 lComments: 0
Shahzad Ali Gill

This article is all about youth leadership. Being the fresh blood, the youth of any society has the mushrooming ability to outshine and infuse new ideas in the democratic process to make it tuneful

By: Shahzad Ali Gill l News & Society > Politics l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 134 lComments: 0
Paul C H Smith

As utility bills continue to rise, more and more people are looking for an alternative way of heating their homes which offers significant savings to their heating costs. A Paper Log Maker enables

By: Paul C H Smith l News & Society > Eco Innovations l Feb 06, 2012 lViews: 127 lComments: 0
Cedric P Loiselle

Brazil is where the most famous tropical forest in the world is located. The Amazon rainforest is the world's biggest tropical forest and most ecologically diverse environment. It contains more than

By: Cedric P Loiselle l News & Society > Environmental l Feb 29, 2012 lViews: 111 lComments: 0

The rituals, initiations, parables, and songs give us the information we need to study the mechanics of the natural world. Understanding Ifa and the Odu is like holding the master key, for it allows

By: Yamaya Cruz l News & Society > Religion l Apr 26, 2012 lViews: 111 lComments: 0
Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012 lViews: 109 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Indeed, I have a quote that I remind people in our think tank quite often and it goes something like this; "we don't ever want to create the perfect society and civilization because the humans will

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Anthropology Sociology l May 29, 2012 lViews: 106 lComments: 0
Maria K McNamee

Struggling with where to start reading your Bible? A Bible Study just might be the answer to your prayer, it was to mine!

By: Maria K McNamee l News & Society > Religion l Jun 11, 2012 lViews: 106 lComments: 0

When you start to live your life to please others, you began to lose yourself. You began to put your energy, money, drive, and resources into someone else's dream, as opposed to your own. Overtime,

By: Yamaya Cruz l News & Society > Religion l Feb 29, 2012 lViews: 103 lComments: 0

Tactical clothing systems GEN III, PCU, and NBS7 all offer protection for soldiers in a large range of climates, including extreme cold conditions. Here are the general facts for each type of cold

By: Irene Test l News & Society > Military l Apr 26, 2012 lViews: 100 lComments: 0
Michel A. Bell

Why are so many Christians bound by tithing? A tithe means one-tenth. It is not sacred, merely a tenth. Why do people refuse to study the Bible to see God's truth on this subject? They insist it

By: Michel A. Bell l News & Society > Religion l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 98 lComments: 0

To get protection from a wide range of firearms, you need to have body armor that is real hard. Though it is true that even body armor that is soft is very capable of protecting you, it is the armor

By: Rusty Solomon Russell l News & Society > Military l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 94 lComments: 0
Stevie L Glenn

The article discusses the power and authority of the Christian believer. He or she must trust in the divine conqueror within to overcome the threats and intimidation of the kingdom of darkness.

By: Stevie L Glenn l News & Society > Religion l Jun 09, 2012 lViews: 94 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Now Iran wants to build a nuclear submarine, to defend itself they say? Yes, let's just build silent running nuclear subs for everyone and fill the oceans with them? Why not? Gives little human

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Military l Jun 14, 2012 lViews: 91 lComments: 0

The quality of education being delivered varies across private and public schools. Private schools being more costly can only be afforded by the relatively affluent class, whereas, public schools

By: Ammad Ali l News & Society l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 91 lComments: 0
Mac McGovern

20th Century Democide accounted for more deaths than all prior centuries combined, with an estimated 260 million dead. This number does not include death of combatants, or civilians killed in war as

By: Mac McGovern l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Ilya Shambat

Taliban is regarded as an idea; which means that truly confronting the Taliban means confronting their ideology. The idea behind the Taliban is something like this: America and Israel are evil, and

By: Ilya Shambat l News & Society > International l Jun 04, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
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Mac McGovern

20th Century Democide accounted for more deaths than all prior centuries combined, with an estimated 260 million dead. This number does not include death of combatants, or civilians killed in war as

By: Mac McGovern l News & Society > International l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Shahzad Ali Gill

This article is all about youth leadership. Being the fresh blood, the youth of any society has the mushrooming ability to outshine and infuse new ideas in the democratic process to make it tuneful

By: Shahzad Ali Gill l News & Society > Politics l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 134 lComments: 0
Ashok Malhotra

There has been a trend for many governments around the world to augment national budgetary resources by incurring debt. This debt is raised through deficit budgets supplemented by quantitative

By: Ashok Malhotra l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Feed-in-tariffs are a massive component of the rewards for changing to renewable technologies and for the last 10 years has driven the uptake of solar panels across the UK. In recent years changes in

By: James K McLawson l News & Society > Energy l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Titus T Garard

Creating a pastor anniversary theme can be intimidating, overwhelming and sometimes over thought. Selecting a theme for your pastor is nothing more than creating a sentence based on the direction or

By: Titus T Garard l News & Society > Religion l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 1680 lComments: 0
Stevie L Glenn

The article discusses the power and authority of the Christian believer. He or she must trust in the divine conqueror within to overcome the threats and intimidation of the kingdom of darkness.

By: Stevie L Glenn l News & Society > Religion l Jun 09, 2012 lViews: 94 lComments: 0
Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012 lViews: 109 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Well, it appears it is now time to make a decision on Iran. The United States obviously must take a leading role in preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons on this planet. The United Nations

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Military l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

One thing that people don't realize about air pollution is the accumulative effect, that is to say the various molecules combining into something else, making things much worse. CO2 is quite sticky

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 161 lComments: 0

Type the words "Captain Morgan" into any search engine and you will be met with pages dedicated to 'Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum' before you come across anything to do with Captain William Morgan.

By: J P Solas l News & Society > Crime l Jun 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Pavel Podolyak

The imperial perimeter is shrinking and inevitably leaving power vacuums to be filled. As that occurs, actors outside the perimeter expand their force. How can we tell?

By: Pavel Podolyak l News & Society > International l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Jonathan Reynold

4th of July is almost here! I have started planning this year's celebration well in advance. Each year I make it a point to call all my friends for a grand outdoor party at my Vermont farmhouse and

By: Jonathan Reynold l News & Society > Politics l Jul 04, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

Close protection officers and other security professionals play a vital role in protecting not only famous figures and those in the public eye but also members of the public who may have aggressive

By: Katy Q l News & Society > Crime l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

If you are looking for information on solar power then look no further. This article will explain solar energy and excite you with some exciting solar power facts.

By: Katy Q l News & Society > Energy l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

Even the most avid bottled water drinker should admit that disposable water bottles are a menace to our society. Everywhere you go you see empty bottles that people have just tossed away carelessly

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Eco Innovations l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0

Years have shown you that you can get by without a portable water filter, so why should you put out the cash for one now? Not that you drink a whole lot of water in the first place, because you'd

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Eco Innovations l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Who would have ever believed that a time would come when there were no longer enough fresh, clean water resources to hydrate the Earth's population? We are now faced with seriously-dwindling

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Eco Innovations l Feb 10, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

It's a real challenge to try and conserve water in a commercial space, and the cost of water becomes a major expense in large facilities. Fortunately for business owners, there are devices which they

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Eco Innovations l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Life on our earth consists of a delicate balance. If something gets thrown out of whack, then many possibly unexpected changes incur. Like, for instance, our freshwater ecosystems. When humans allow

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Environmental l Apr 27, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

What would you say if someone were to ask you to predict the fate of our world should all of our water resources dry up? At this point, there's no way to produce synthetic water, so if all the

By: Kristie Brown l News & Society > Environmental l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
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