Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Jimmer Fredette got his long-awaited call-up by the New York Knicks, this week. He caught their attention by being named MVP of the Development League’s All-Star Game. But one person he apparently didn’t impress was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, who called him “Jimmy” and joked to the New York Post, “I thought you were telling me we were about to sign someone.” Rock On sources say Fredette responded by saying he’s looking forward to playing with “that guy named after a candy bar.”

Fans chanted, “We want Jimmer!” in his first game as a Knick. With 1:49 left in Monday’s 27-point loss to Toronto, they got him.

Fredette entered and made his only shot, a 3-pointer. But he also fouled James Johnson for a 3-point play and committed a turnover.

Fans went home encouraged but confused.

In other words, they went home feeling Jimmered.

Skier Lindsey Vonn posted video of herself smashing her bindings with a hammer. She later explained she was frustrated after a ski detached during a race.

“I had a lot of emotions yesterday,” she said in a statement, “and should have just done boxing with my trainer.”

That’s pretty much what got Blake Griffin in trouble, isn’t it?

Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Jimmer Fredette got his long-awaited call-up by the New York Knicks, this week. He caught their attention by being named MVP of the Development League’s All-Star Game. But one person he apparently didn’t impress was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, who called him “Jimmy” and joked to the New York Post, “I thought you were telling me we were about to sign someone.” Rock On sources say Fredette responded by saying he’s looking forward to playing with “that guy named after a candy bar.”

Fans chanted, “We want Jimmer!” in his first game as a Knick. With 1:49 left in Monday’s 27-point loss to Toronto, they got him.

Fredette entered and made his only shot, a 3-pointer. But he also fouled James Johnson for a 3-point play and committed a turnover.

Fans went home encouraged but confused.

In other words, they went home feeling Jimmered.

Skier Lindsey Vonn posted video of herself smashing her bindings with a hammer. She later explained she was frustrated after a ski detached during a race.

“I had a lot of emotions yesterday,” she said in a statement, “and should have just done boxing with my trainer.”

That’s pretty much what got Blake Griffin in trouble, isn’t it?

There are several mysteries mentioned in the New Testament. There is, unfortunately, some confusion concerning some of them. It is my hope that by looking at each mystery in its context, we might come to a better understanding of all of them.

The mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are the first ones mentioned in the New Testament.  In my paper on the  kingdom of Heaven , the reader will find the Scriptural evidence for my belief that the kingdom of Heaven is Christ’s rule on earth centered in Jerusalem. Also, that the kingdom of Heaven is  the Land of Israel during the millennium . Outside the Land of Israel the nations will not enjoy the millennial blessings that Israel will. They will be ruled with justice by Christ, but with an iron scepter, i.e. with a strong hand.

Many of the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are similes.  That is to say, many begin with the phrase, “the kingdom of Heaven is like “. The word “like” tells us that the parables describe some aspect of what the kingdom of Heaven will be like.

Have you ever had an issue where frequently during certain periods of the day, you start seeing the event below being logged and wondered why? If so then there may be an easy answer for you.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Microsoft ISA Server Web Proxy
Event Category: None
Event ID: 14197
Date:
Time:
User: N/A
Computer: ISA01
Description:
ISA Server was unable to write content to the cache file.

Mystery of frequent occurrence of Event id 14197 : http://blogs.technet.com/b/sooraj-sec/archive/2011/05/07/mystery-of-frequent-occurence-of-event-id-14197.aspx

Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Jimmer Fredette got his long-awaited call-up by the New York Knicks, this week. He caught their attention by being named MVP of the Development League’s All-Star Game. But one person he apparently didn’t impress was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, who called him “Jimmy” and joked to the New York Post, “I thought you were telling me we were about to sign someone.” Rock On sources say Fredette responded by saying he’s looking forward to playing with “that guy named after a candy bar.”

Fans chanted, “We want Jimmer!” in his first game as a Knick. With 1:49 left in Monday’s 27-point loss to Toronto, they got him.

Fredette entered and made his only shot, a 3-pointer. But he also fouled James Johnson for a 3-point play and committed a turnover.

Fans went home encouraged but confused.

In other words, they went home feeling Jimmered.

Skier Lindsey Vonn posted video of herself smashing her bindings with a hammer. She later explained she was frustrated after a ski detached during a race.

“I had a lot of emotions yesterday,” she said in a statement, “and should have just done boxing with my trainer.”

That’s pretty much what got Blake Griffin in trouble, isn’t it?

There are several mysteries mentioned in the New Testament. There is, unfortunately, some confusion concerning some of them. It is my hope that by looking at each mystery in its context, we might come to a better understanding of all of them.

The mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are the first ones mentioned in the New Testament.  In my paper on the  kingdom of Heaven , the reader will find the Scriptural evidence for my belief that the kingdom of Heaven is Christ’s rule on earth centered in Jerusalem. Also, that the kingdom of Heaven is  the Land of Israel during the millennium . Outside the Land of Israel the nations will not enjoy the millennial blessings that Israel will. They will be ruled with justice by Christ, but with an iron scepter, i.e. with a strong hand.

Many of the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are similes.  That is to say, many begin with the phrase, “the kingdom of Heaven is like “. The word “like” tells us that the parables describe some aspect of what the kingdom of Heaven will be like.

Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Jimmer Fredette got his long-awaited call-up by the New York Knicks, this week. He caught their attention by being named MVP of the Development League’s All-Star Game. But one person he apparently didn’t impress was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, who called him “Jimmy” and joked to the New York Post, “I thought you were telling me we were about to sign someone.” Rock On sources say Fredette responded by saying he’s looking forward to playing with “that guy named after a candy bar.”

Fans chanted, “We want Jimmer!” in his first game as a Knick. With 1:49 left in Monday’s 27-point loss to Toronto, they got him.

Fredette entered and made his only shot, a 3-pointer. But he also fouled James Johnson for a 3-point play and committed a turnover.

Fans went home encouraged but confused.

In other words, they went home feeling Jimmered.

Skier Lindsey Vonn posted video of herself smashing her bindings with a hammer. She later explained she was frustrated after a ski detached during a race.

“I had a lot of emotions yesterday,” she said in a statement, “and should have just done boxing with my trainer.”

That’s pretty much what got Blake Griffin in trouble, isn’t it?

There are several mysteries mentioned in the New Testament. There is, unfortunately, some confusion concerning some of them. It is my hope that by looking at each mystery in its context, we might come to a better understanding of all of them.

The mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are the first ones mentioned in the New Testament.  In my paper on the  kingdom of Heaven , the reader will find the Scriptural evidence for my belief that the kingdom of Heaven is Christ’s rule on earth centered in Jerusalem. Also, that the kingdom of Heaven is  the Land of Israel during the millennium . Outside the Land of Israel the nations will not enjoy the millennial blessings that Israel will. They will be ruled with justice by Christ, but with an iron scepter, i.e. with a strong hand.

Many of the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are similes.  That is to say, many begin with the phrase, “the kingdom of Heaven is like “. The word “like” tells us that the parables describe some aspect of what the kingdom of Heaven will be like.

Have you ever had an issue where frequently during certain periods of the day, you start seeing the event below being logged and wondered why? If so then there may be an easy answer for you.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Microsoft ISA Server Web Proxy
Event Category: None
Event ID: 14197
Date:
Time:
User: N/A
Computer: ISA01
Description:
ISA Server was unable to write content to the cache file.

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3 mysteries The secret rites of Greek and Roman pagan religion, or of any ancient or tribal religion, to which only initiates are admitted.

4 Christian Theology
A religious belief based on divine revelation, especially one regarded as beyond human understanding.

Middle English (in the sense ‘mystic presence, hidden religious symbolism’): from Old French mistere or Latin mysterium, from Greek mustērion; related to mystic.

Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Science continues to give us a deeper and more convincing knowledge of the universe we live in. But we still only partially understand the mysterious world we inhabit, and many mysteries remain unsolved. Here are ten of the most fascinating of these anomalies:

There are the usual cryptid mysteries that we all wish to resolve, but the implications of some of these are so disturbing that we might rather not know the real answer.

In an unknown year—but likely some time in the early 1900s—land surveyors dropped rope down a cave in Boone County, Arkansas. After the rope had descended two hundred feet into the cave pipes, a horrendous hissing and roaring sound was heard, suggesting that a bizarre and enormous beast had been disturbed. Some believe that the roaring belonged to a cave-dwelling cryptid, or an apparently-extinct or so-far-undiscovered species.

Jimmer Fredette got his long-awaited call-up by the New York Knicks, this week. He caught their attention by being named MVP of the Development League’s All-Star Game. But one person he apparently didn’t impress was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, who called him “Jimmy” and joked to the New York Post, “I thought you were telling me we were about to sign someone.” Rock On sources say Fredette responded by saying he’s looking forward to playing with “that guy named after a candy bar.”

Fans chanted, “We want Jimmer!” in his first game as a Knick. With 1:49 left in Monday’s 27-point loss to Toronto, they got him.

Fredette entered and made his only shot, a 3-pointer. But he also fouled James Johnson for a 3-point play and committed a turnover.

Fans went home encouraged but confused.

In other words, they went home feeling Jimmered.

Skier Lindsey Vonn posted video of herself smashing her bindings with a hammer. She later explained she was frustrated after a ski detached during a race.

“I had a lot of emotions yesterday,” she said in a statement, “and should have just done boxing with my trainer.”

That’s pretty much what got Blake Griffin in trouble, isn’t it?

There are several mysteries mentioned in the New Testament. There is, unfortunately, some confusion concerning some of them. It is my hope that by looking at each mystery in its context, we might come to a better understanding of all of them.

The mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are the first ones mentioned in the New Testament.  In my paper on the  kingdom of Heaven , the reader will find the Scriptural evidence for my belief that the kingdom of Heaven is Christ’s rule on earth centered in Jerusalem. Also, that the kingdom of Heaven is  the Land of Israel during the millennium . Outside the Land of Israel the nations will not enjoy the millennial blessings that Israel will. They will be ruled with justice by Christ, but with an iron scepter, i.e. with a strong hand.

Many of the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven are similes.  That is to say, many begin with the phrase, “the kingdom of Heaven is like “. The word “like” tells us that the parables describe some aspect of what the kingdom of Heaven will be like.

Have you ever had an issue where frequently during certain periods of the day, you start seeing the event below being logged and wondered why? If so then there may be an easy answer for you.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Microsoft ISA Server Web Proxy
Event Category: None
Event ID: 14197
Date:
Time:
User: N/A
Computer: ISA01
Description:
ISA Server was unable to write content to the cache file.

Mystery of frequent occurrence of Event id 14197 : http://blogs.technet.com/b/sooraj-sec/archive/2011/05/07/mystery-of-frequent-occurence-of-event-id-14197.aspx

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