Archive for February, 2009

Testimony

February 16, 2009

Last year the Australian state of Victoria passed law to legalize abortion for any reason up to 24 weeks, and beyond that  given medical certification. Just prior to that legislation being enacted abortion survivor Gianna Jessen gave her testimony in Victoria.

After abortion was legalized in Victoria, in November 2008 Pastor Nalliah recorded a prophetic vision he received:

I saw a man firing randomly with a weapon at people on the streets and many were falling dead. I was very disturbed and was crying. Then the scene changed and I saw fire everywhere with flames burning very high and uncontrollably. With this I awoke from my dream with the interpretation as the following words came to me in a flash from the Spirit of God,  ‘My wrath is about to be released upon Australia, in particular Victoria, for approving the slaughter of the innocent children in the womb.  Now, call on My people to repent and pray!’

Pastor Danny Nalliah has now testified in relation to the recent devastating bush fires in Australia that:

…these bushfires have come as a result of the incendiary abortion laws which decimate life in the womb.

Would God punish the state of Victoria in such a way, merely for legalizing abortions? A lot relies on the credibility of Pastor Danny Nalliah, is he a true prophet?

Gary Bates gives his perspective on the bush fires on the creationontheweb.com site.

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CPU Frequency management with RMClock

February 5, 2009

RMClock is a useful little application. My notebook was consistently hot, and I was unable to use the power management tools that came with Vista to make the notebook use the full range of CPU frequencies available to it. Higher CPU frequencies equate to more heat. In my case my AMD Turion X2 can run at 800Mhz, 1600Mhz or 1800Mhz, but my notebook was locked at 1600Mhz, refusing to dip lower, even when I was hardly using the CPU.

Enter RMClock, it does a fabulous job of keeping my notebook at 800Mhz most of the time, and reacting to load by bumping up the Mhz to 1600 or 1800 when I need it. This CPU technology was called “cool ‘n quiet” when AMD released it, and now thanks to RMClock I get a bit of that promise. My notebook was running routinely at 50-65C, now it idles at 35-40C, and the fans on the system are correspondingly quieter.

I found this article useful in getting the software configured correctly, which required some care, but the end result is great on my Acer notebook running Vista.

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