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Protecting The Grid

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Special Guest Chuck Manto Chief Executive Officer of Instant Access Networks LLC, a consulting and research and development firm that produces independently tested solutions for EMP-protected microgrids and equipment shelters for telecommunications networks and data centers. He received six patents in telecommunications, computer mass storage, and EMP protection and has another one pending for a … Continue reading Protecting The Grid

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January 27, 2016

Murder Will Out

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DOWNLOAD FREE E-BOOK BELOW In 1921, it was considered the most horrifying, gruesome murder in East Tennessee history. Starting in Knoxville, with a sickening murder in Robertsville, Tennessee (pre-Oak Ridge), to an attempted bank robbery in Oakdale-this story has it all- ending with four men executed in Tennessee’s electric chair on the same day (a … Continue reading Murder Will Out

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January 25, 2016

Oak Ridge Historian: D. Ray Smith

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Oak Ridge Historian: D. Ray Smith Historian, author, columnist, photographer, D. Ray Smith has many talents, but one The Housing Hour can add: Great Story Teller! Join The Housing Hour this week with special guest- D. Ray Smith and listen to the wonderful story of Oak Ridge, Tn. Topics Include: Pre-Oak Ridge History The Mysterious … Continue reading Oak Ridge Historian: D. Ray Smith

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December 23, 2015

National Fire Protection Association

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Did you know: In 2014, there were 1,298,000 fires reported in the United States. These fires caused 3,275 civilian deaths, 15,775 civilian injuries, and $11.6 billion in property damage. 494,000 were structure fires, causing 2,860 civilian deaths, 13,425 civilian injuries, and $9.8 billion in property damage. 193,500 were vehicle fires, causing 345 civilian fire deaths, … Continue reading National Fire Protection Association

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December 9, 2015