1. Copper Theft is a Dangerous Crime

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    AEP is recognizing National Electrical Safety month with a cool new video about a serious subject – copper theft. Copper theft can kill, so protect yourself and your loved ones by learning more. We also have a factsheet that details the consequences of copper theft. AEP - American Electric Power AEP ranks among the nation's largest generators of electricity, owning nearly 38,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S. AEP also owns the nation's largest electricity transmission system, a nearly 39,000-mile network that includes more 765 kilovolt extra-high voltage transmission lines than all other U.S. transmission systems combined. AEP's utility units operate as AEP Ohio, AEP Texas, Appalachian Power (in Virginia, West Virginia), AEP Appalachian Power (in Tennessee), Indiana Michigan Power, Kentucky Power, Public Service of Oklahoma, and Southwestern Electric Power Company (in Arkansas, Louisiana and east Texas).

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    • World's Coolest Rain Gauge

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      The World's Coolest Rain Gauge is a new twist on a classic device. It's the original floating rain gauge, based on the Archimedean principle of water displacement. It's practical, fun...and very cool.

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      • World's Coolest Rain Gauge

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        The World's Coolest Rain Gauge is a new twist on a classic device. It's a floating rain gauge, based on the Archimedean principle of water displacement. It's practical, fun...and very cool.

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        • Military Grade Copper Silver Ionisation

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          Military Grade Copper Silver Ionisation by AquaLyse®

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          • Atlas Iron & Metal Company, Inc | Scrap ferrous non-ferrous Los Angeles

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            With over 60 years of experience, Atlas Iron & Metal has proven to be one of the leading processors of Scrap Steel, Cast Iron, Copper, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel and all other ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Atlas Iron & Metal Company, Inc http://www.atlasironandmetal.com/ phone:323-566-5184 fax:323-566-0213 mail:matthewweisenberg1@gmail.com 10019 South Alameda Street Los angeles, CA 90002-3834, United States

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            • SV1000SK3 Update 2012

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              Just a wee update on the changes and mods I've made/added to my SV since I got it last June :)

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              • Intro to AquaLyse - USA

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                Introduction to AquaLyse® Copper Silver Ionisation for Legionella Prevention

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                • AquaLyse Benefits

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                  Copper silver ionisation Legionella prevention by AquaLyse®

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                  • Temple Jacob Story

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                    We made this video to support the fundraising efforts of the Temple Jacob preservation committee. The video tells the story of Jewish life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and celebrates the 100th anniversary of Temple Jacob. http://thetemplejacobwebsite.com/

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                    • Prayercast | Zambia

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                      Zambia is home to stoic savannah plateaus, the cascading waters of Victoria Falls, and game parks teeming with wild African creatures. Zambia also houses some of the most thriving metropolitan cities in Sub-Saharan Africa, which are filled with people from the nation’s more than 70 ethnic groups. Both diverse in natural beauty and human ethnicity, Zambia remains a destination for tourists as well as a model for peace and ethnic harmony. Donning the name Zambia in 1963, the newly independent state began the tedious task of political construction. A constitution was established in 1973, however a one-party state left little room for political freedom. By 1991, demands for political diversity led to the establishment of a new constitution and greater political freedom. While the Zambian government has faced intermittent reports of corruption, the nation has remained surprisingly peaceful—a rare commodity amongst Zambia’s neighbors. The nation’s economy is heavily dependent on copper, and it is the world’s largest producer of the metal. Though affected by a recession during the 1970s, recent investment in mining and rising copper prices are hopeful indicators of an economy on the mend. Despite economic advances, Zambia faces high unemployment rates, with over 70% of its population living in poverty. A high prevalence of HIV/AIDS among adults has drained the healthcare system and economy of resources, and HIV/AIDS related deaths have left over 710,000 children orphaned. Formally recognized as a Christian nation since 1991, Zambia is completely open to the Gospel. Evangelicals in particular have experienced exciting growth and compose 26% of the population, compared to 4% in 1960. Islam, which is growing twice as fast as Christianity, is targeting Zambia with increasing fervor, and there is great need for Zambians who are able to minister to the growing number of Muslims. Pray that God would grow a spiritual fervency among Zambian believers, sending them out with the Gospel to the poor, sick, and spiritually needy.

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