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Intersection: Lightning Research


Summer time is thunderstorm time. Florida is the lightning capital of the country, and according to the National Weather Service, more people are killed by lightning in Florida than any other state.
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Eric Deggans Talks TV and Shows We Should Watch


It’s almost half way through the summer and while most of us are still taking a break from television after the Game of Thrones finale, there is still a lot to talk about surrounding television. Eric Deggans, NPR’s TV critic, talked to Matthew Peddie about network television and recommendations for shows we might.
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A New Wave Of Shark Education


Dr. Toby Daly-Engel works on the Shark Conservation lab at Florida Institute of Technology to learn more about sharks and their migratory and reproduction patterns. She joined Matthew Peddie on Intersection to talk more about the institute’s studies.
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A Humbl start to Orlando


Matthew Kenney, celebrity plant-based chef, and Paul Mascia have partnered up to bring a new restaurant, Humbl, to Windermere Village. They sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk more about the concept, the plant-based dining, and Kenney’s return to the central Florida area.
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Combating Online Predators


Innocent Lives Foundation is a non profit that uses so-called ethical hackers to try and track down online predators and turn them over to law enforcement. Orlando based founder and CEO Chris Hadnagy talks about the tools his foundation uses to combat online predators.
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