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Teacher, husband presumed dead in Southeastside Indianapolis explosion

 
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Teacher, husband presumed dead in Southeastside Indianapolis explosion
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A teacher at Southwest Elementary School in Greenwood and her husband were believed to have died in the explosion late Saturday night on the Far Southside.

Jennifer L. and John D. Longworth lived at one of the homes destroyed in the blast in the Richmond Hill neighborhood. Authorities recovered two bodies from their home, but they have refused to confirm that the Longworths were the presumed victims.
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Re: Teacher, husband presumed dead in Southeastside Indianapolis explosion
[link to www.indystar.com]

A teacher at Southwest Elementary School in Greenwood and her husband were believed to have died in the explosion late Saturday night on the Far Southside.

Jennifer L. and John D. Longworth lived at one of the homes destroyed in the blast in the Richmond Hill neighborhood. Authorities recovered two bodies from their home, but they have refused to confirm that the Longworths were the presumed victims.
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John D. Longworth was the hit.

He was a government employee...

34-year-old John Dion Longworth

J. Dion Longworth

a teacher remembered for knitting gifts for her students and her electronics expert husband who was a gardener and nature lover.

There's no way to understand the deaths of 34-year-old John Dion Longworth and 36-year-old Jennifer Longworth

John "Dion" Longworth, who worked at Indy Audio Labs

John Dion Longworth was the director of product development and technology for consumer electronics company Indy Audio Labs. Company chief executive and co-founder Rick Santiago issued a statement saying the company is saddened by the loss of the couple.

Indy Audio Labs said Monday that the company's director of product development and technology, John "Dion" Longworth has died. Longworth and his wife Jennifer both were killed in a home subdivision explosion in Indianapolis Saturday.

Dion Longworth also worked at Klipsch and founded a start-up called Stray Light Optical.

"Dion was taken from us abruptly and far, far too early. He was a very special person who touched the heart of everyone he met. Sincere, loyal, brilliant and steadfast: a small list of his many wonderful qualities," CEO Rick Santiago said in a statement. "There are so many innovative contributions he would have made to our industry that we will now never see. Dion's unique personality, technical abilities and vision will be missed by our company and by many, many people in our industry."

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The tinkerer went on to earn a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University, later getting hired at Klipsch, an Indianapolis-based producer of high-end stereo speakers.

Later, some Klipsch employees bought the rights to a couple of lines of high-end audio amplifiers that Klipsch owned, and started a new company called Indy Audio Labs. In March 2011, Dion joined the venture as director of product development and technology

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Light and Audio businesses -- an electrical engineer...

Product:

Light Emitting Plasma™

A technology beyond LED and metal halides, with savings of at least half of all costs. Light Emitting Plasma™ (LEP) is a solid state high intensity light source that brings clean, efficient lighting solutions to general and specialty lighting. It is energy efficient, long lasting, full spectrum and brighter than other lighting technologies such as LED in many applications. Plasma lights use an RF power supply that converts electrical power to radio frequency (RF) power, a process that vaporizes the contents of the LEP bulb to a plasma state, generating an extremely bright source of light. Additionally, Plasma offers cost savings in energy and maintenance that results in a great return on investment and lower total cost of ownership.

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The guy figured out how to convert electricity to radio waves and to use the radio waves, like microwaves, to vaporize metalic contents, e.g., mercury, tungsten, etc., inside a bulb to create a glowing brilliant electrified plasma -- no filaments, etc. to burn out.

Brilliant idea.

Better than LED or LCD in a lot of ways... moreover, broadcasting electricity by radio frequency means WIRELESS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES.

Hello... uhm... let me say that again: WIRELESS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES.

Tesla stuff...

So, the copper/lighbulb people killed him. Industrial murder by the G-men.

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