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Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:18

Liberias problems are by no means unique. About one third of the Earths population has no access to electricity, and for many more people electric power remains an unaffordable luxury. Every year the poor spend the equivalent of over 35 billion USA dollars in kerosene lighting and disposable batteries

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:17

Only twenty hours after I took off from JFK airport in New York, I was behind the barbed wire fence of a hotel in Liberia in total darkness and stifling heat. The electrical generator had stopped working. It was an unreliable substitute for the power grid that had been destroyed during the 14-year-long civil war.

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

Comment on: Tonray
October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:16

In conclusion, the better world I envision will be created not by the achievements of science, but rather by the hearts of people.

In conclusion, the better world I envision will be created not by the achievements of science, but rather by the hearts of people.