Hawai’s sacred mountain ‘Maunt Kea’ – battleground scientists and locals

Empire Tribune: Hawai`s tallest mountain 'Maunt Kea` has been a battle ground between scientists and Native Hawaiians for the past seven years. The sacred mountain which has more than 250 shrines and burial sites, is said to be the place where the mother and father of the Hawaiian race first met. While it`s a sacred site for the Native people, scientists claim its an ideal location for a planned telescope that could be revolutionary for Astronomers. Campaigners protesting against it say the $1.4 billion, 18-story-high......

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