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Israel is worried that Hezbollah may blockade the sea in a future war (Second Coming Watch Update #1

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Israel is worried that Hezbollah may blockade the sea in a future war. According to the Jerusalem Post, Israel is concerned that in a war with Hezbollah, the Lebanese guerrilla group will try to blockade Israel by attacking civilian cargo ships. Israel's sea lines of communication span the length of the Mediterranean Sea and around the Magreb region of North Africa. Navy assessments are that Hezbollah will try to attack cargo ships within a 30-kilometer radius of Israel, in an effort to get commercial vessels to refuse to sail there during a war.

Scientists say they have found proof of the 'God particle'. According to the Associated Press, scientists working at the world's biggest atom smasher plan to announce on Wednesday that they have gathered enough evidence to show that the long-sought "God particle" answering fundamental questions about the universe almost certainly does exist. Experts familiar with the research at CERN's vast complex say that the massive data they have will essentially show the footprint of the key particle known as the Higgs boson and will help explain what gives mass to matter and ultimately provide insight on the creation of the world.

North Korean leader ordered creation of 'massive amount' of uranium bombs . According to The Telegraph, North Korea's late leader Kim Jong-Il ordered his scientists to produce "a massive amount" of uranium bombs. The instruction was revealed in papers believed to have been compiled in February this year for senior officials of the ruling Workers' Party. Pyongyang has long maintained that it was enriching uranium solely for the purpose of power generation, despite widespread suspicion in the outside world. but the documents show that the country aims to produce nuclear weapons using both uranium and plutonium.