Dear Friends of Anne & Whitley:

Anne is in the ER in serious condition. Both she and Whitley would so appreciate it if you would send your loving prayers and energetic support. 
Please join me in holding the vision of Anne healing on all levels. And may the entire Strieber family feel the comforting embrace of the highest frequencies of Divine Love & Light – streaming through all of our Hearts.
With Gratitude & Blessings,
Friend & Admirer of Anne & Whitley

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65-Million years ago, the asteroid that hit the Yucatan Peninsula – leaving a crater approximately 110 miles wide and 12 miles deep – is widely believed to have raised the dust cloud that triggered the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs. With an eye toward preventing (if possible) the repetition of such an Earth-shattering event, NASA keeps track of PHA’s – or potentially hazardous asteroids – to improve predictions of close encounters with these flying objects and to more accurately assess and potentially deter the threat of impact and damage from them.
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 No matter where in the world you are, one of the most dangerous places to go if you’re in need of medical attention is any facility that offers healthcare services. Whether it’s low-tech and rudimentary or an expensive state-of-the-art hospital, bacterial, fungal and viral pathogens thrive and spread in these environments such that you may come in with one issue and go home with several others.
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NASCAR has loud fans and even louder engines, but can it beat the "Beast Quake?"

Football, NASCAR and their rowdy, roaring crowds faced off in a head-to-head battle this year to see which sport hits highest on the seismic charts, scientists reported Dec. 18 at the American Geophysical Union’s annual meeting in San Francisco.

Seattle Seahawks football fans have stomped their way to several “earthquakes,” shaking the football stadium so hard that nearby seismometers register tremors. On Jan. 8, 2011, a 67-yard touchdown run resulted in a fan frenzy as powerful as a magnitude-2 quake, now known as the “Beast Quake.” The rambunctious fans have also set a Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd roar.
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