Very interesting picks for would be dinosaurs in our lives in 20 years. However, may I suggest that this article is only valid in most of the developed world.

a. 16% of the world — about 1.2 billion people — have no access to electricity.

b. A whopping 3.1 billion — nearly 40% of us — have no internet access.

If you are familiar with the geo-political milieu in these regions, you know that 20 years is totally inadequate to rescue their drowning ships of State. Unless of course something profoundly positive and eclectic occurs.

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Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch(PACAW Inc) www.pacaw.org. Author: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within

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Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch(PACAW Inc) www.pacaw.org. Author: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within