Glenn Rhoades

Glenn Rhoades

Biography:

In 2014, Glenn Rhoades joined Dr. Peter Pry's EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security and serves as the Director of National Operations. He spent 38 years at Martin Marietta, Lockheed Martin (LMCO), Home Depot, Best Buy, Jefferson County Government and the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security in various positions on projects including the Instrumentation and Flight Safety System Program, the Small Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Program, the Peacekeeper Missile Program, the Barstow, California Heliostat Project and various interplanetary spacecraft lab and operations at both Martin Marietta and later at Lockheed Martin. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design (Urban and Product Design) degree from the University of Colorado and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix.

From 1979 through 1982, Mr. Rhoades studied language at the Mangold Institute in Madrid, Spain and later worked for The Navigators Christian ministry at the University of Santiago de Compostella in Spain. In 1983 he studied environmental philosophy and ethics at the L’Abri Fellowship in Huémoz, Switzerland. In 2011, the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster prompted Mr. Rhoades to begin an 11-year journey into the research of complex power challenges and various threat scenarios associated with human habitat and the world’s critical urban infrastructures. He has helped legislators craft strategies to mitigate potential grid-down events and is a frequent expert subject matter speaker on policy and response to EM spectrum threats.

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Mr. Lobo of Cinema Insomnia talked about horror movies, television horror hosts, and drive-in theaters. The second half featured Open Lines followed by a special tribute to the late author and Dogman researcher Linda Godfrey.
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