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Online Think Tank - Fire Safety Issues
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Our Think Tank has been discussing types of fire alarm systems, swift water resues, coal mine rescue, arson watch programs, building materials, etc.
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Research and Development Consulting
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We are studying fire issues to help advise government agencies and politicians.
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Arson Prevention Plans, building materials, rescue, equipment.
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Concept Idea - Just Throwing it Out There; Infrared Goggle Pop Down in Hallways for Structure Fires - By Lance Winslow

By Lance Winslow

Most people who are killed in structure fires die from the smoke not the flames or fire. Generally they are overcome by the smoke and lack of oxygen as the fire takes all the oxygen and replaces the airspace with smoke. There needs to be a way to get these people out of the fire situation and structure immediately to prevent loss of life, however without good visibility one cannot see to get to a fire escape, stairway or exit.

I propose a drop… Continue

Posted on January 8, 2009 at 9:41am

Arson Neighborhood Mobile Watch Program for Summer Fire Season; Plan Ahead - By Lance Winslow

By Lance Winslow

Due to the bizarre weather patterns this winter California got pummeled with rain storms while Oregon and Washington are at a deficit. Nevada and Arizona now have deserts, which have come alive with blooming and greenness. These events are even evident from satellite photos from 100s of miles above the Earth. Even Colorado, Montana, Wyoming are a rain deficits.

The greenery in the deserts… Continue

Posted on December 30, 2008 at 3:30am

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