‘Sacred mountain protectors’ move against astronomers in Hawaii

Business Times: Mauna Kea, the tallest summit in the world, has been a place for a growing conflict between sanctity and science early in 2015. Scientists have been placing telescopes on the summit because for them it is the best location in the world for space observatory, but some scientific projects have been halted by native Hawaiians as they believe the dormant volcano is the most sacred land in the entire Pacific. For both parties, the summit is the best point where the sky and earth meet, but each carries......

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