On Game Day Dallas Cowboys Stadium Uses More Energy Than Liberia

On February 3 of this year, during the height of Super Bowl XLVII, the lights went out in the Louisiana Superdome. Players and fans were left in the dark and the game was delayed for more than a half hour. Life without power is a rarity for Americans, something that generally occurs during thunderstorms or heatwaves or in fluky instances like at the Super Bowl. In Africa, though, living without …

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