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Larvasonic

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In 2001 the 15 Year old USA high school junior Michael Nyberg invented the "larvasonic" he calles an "accoustic larvicide system" - "a West Nile Virus killer". His invention could battle West Niles virus by killing larvae using sound frequencies. The device works by converting power from a rechargeable battery into sound energy, which is transmitted through an antenna into water. The emitted frequency causes the mosquito larva's air bladder to rupture surrounding tissue. The devices, which would cost from about $4'000 for a small handheld version to $50'000 for the sewage-treatment variety, would sell for a fraction of the cost of chemical treatments. Michael and his father Herbert Nyberg started a company called New Mountain Innovations to market the "Larvasonic".
Vilayna LaSalle

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Vilayna Lasalle
Vilayna Lasalle (also credited as Denise Vilayna Lasalle and Vilayna Sherman is a model of mixed ethnicity with African-American, Brazilian and French background. Lasalle was raised in Killeen, Texas with her being the youngest in a family of five. She moved to California to pursue her acting, modeling and singing ambitions. She placed 2nd in her very first contest for 'Elite Look of the Year' regionals at age 16. She appeared in print advertisements in countries like Japan and on various swimsuit calendars.
VISIT LESOTHO

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Lesotho is a small, mountainous, landlocked country, entirely surrounded by South Africa. with a surprising combination of rapidly developing modernity, and ancient culture.

VISIT LIBERIA

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As soon as peace has been re-installed and you would like to meet friendly people with African culture & secret rituals, or visit tropical beaches, go for angling, surfing and swimming, and play some golf, then you should schedule a trip to Liberia, only less than 4.500 flying-miles from New York and nearly 3.200 miles from London.

The Liberian Post

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The Liberian Post is an Independent and NON-POLITICAL Internet Magazine, showcasing Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea with extensive information, hundreds of pictures and many links.
VISIT LIBYA

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Libya is an enormous country mostly covered in desert, which for centuries was inhabited by bedouins and nomads, with just a few small towns and cities along the coast. It is on the coast that foreign powers established their colonies, including the Greeks, Phoenicians, Romans, Byzantines, and Turks. Wonderful desert architecture can be found near Ghadhames and stunning scenery and prehistoric cave paintings in the Acacus Mountains area.

Life in Africa

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There are hundreds of scholarly resources out there about Africa, but LiA's Africa Links are a bit different from those... We've looked high and low for sites we haven't seen on other lists, and tried to include especially those that are beautiful and fun, offering in depth and informative content on how people in Africa live.

Lifewater Canada

Lifewater Canada
Lifewater Canada is a Christian, non-profit organization of people from across Canada who are bound together by a common desire to ensure that people everywhere have access to adequate supplies of safe water. Members include hydrogeologists, well drillers, educators, engineers, environmental scientists, businessmen and many other people with diverse skills and training.

The Lightbox

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The Lightbox includes many personal travelogues and picture diaries of Simon Kirwan's travels, including; East Africa, featuring Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia & Victoria Falls. Simon spent 18 years as a commercial advertising photographer, working all over the UK for a diverse range of clients, including adidas UK, Liverpool Football Club, Kelloggs, Littlewoods and Great Universal Stores.
Dr David Livingstone

Dr Livingstone
It was the mighty Zambezi which led missionary Dr. David Livingstone on his greatest and final adventure. In search of a means to access the interior, Livingstone tagged the Zambezi "God's highway" to the Indian Ocean and set off down the river, discovering the great cataract native Africans called Mosi-o-Tunya, "the smoke that thunders." Livingstone christened the great waterfall Victoria Falls after his queen. Today, the great chasm has lost none of it's allure, still considered one of the great natural wonders of the world.
Liquid Africa

Liquid Africa
LiquidAfrica's mission is to provide easy access to investments in Africa. It's vision is to leverage the power of the Internet to provide a secure and reliable state-of-art online trading platform enabling brokers in Africa to provide their clients with access to investment through the Internet.
Lonely Planet Lonely Planet publishes the world's best guidebooks for independent travellers. Their books are known worldwide for reliable, insightful, pull-no-punches travel information, maps, photos, and background historical and cultural information. Lonely Planet got every continent covered (yep, Antarctica included) with an ever-increasing list of travel guides, atlases, phrasebooks, travel literature, restaurant guides, videos, world food guides, guides for handheld computers, hiking guides, coffee-table books....
Prof. Drs. Ruud Lubbers

Ruud Lubbers
Ruud Lubbers:
Former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees:

Prof. Drs. Rudolphus (Ruud) Franciscus Marie Lubbers (born 7 May 1939 in Rotterdam) visited the Canisius College in Nijmegen and studied Economics at the Netherlands School of Economics (the predecessor of the University of Rotterdam). As suggested by the title of his 1962 thesis "The influence of differing productivity trends in various countries on the current account of the balance of payments" his main interest was in monetary affairs.

Lucy
Australopithecus Afarensis

Lucy
"Lucy Australopithecus Afarensis" is the Star of the National Museum of Addis Ababa. In 1974, a team of paleoanthropologists, under the direction of Donald Johanson, found this ancient species of australopithecine at the Hadar site in the Afar Desert region of Northern Ethiopia. Lucy, alias Dinknesh - literally "you are lovely" - is the first woman in Ethiopian history, indeed in the history of the world. It was a 40% complete skeleton of an adult female whom they named Lucy after the Beatles song, though her Ethiopian descendants prefer to call her Dinknesh. She was a dainty little person, only 3.5-4 feet tall with a slender body. She lived 3.2-3.18 million years ago. Johanson concluded that Lucy was from a different species than had been previously discovered. He classified her as an Australopithecus afarensis (named for the Afar region). Many other specimens of this species and later ones were found in Ethiopia since 1974, but none is as complete as Lucy.
Patrice Lumumba
(1925- 1961)

Patrice Lumumba
Patrice Lumumba was born in Katako Kombe. He was the leader of the Congolese National Movement which sought to achieve independence from colonial rule for the African country. After the Congo was granted independence, Lumumba became Premier. The country soon became engulfed in civil war and Lumumba was assassinated in 1961.


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