Hawaiian Natives and Astronomers Clash on ‘Holy Mountain’

Arutz Sheva: There is trouble in the tropical paradise of Hawaii, as a culture clash pits natives defending a mountain on whose summit their ancestors believed "gods" dwelled against astronomers hoping to build the world's best telescope. Mauna Kea stands a full 14,000 feet above the ocean and more than six miles above the sea floor, making it the tallest mountain in the world from base to peak. But a new $1.4 billion telescope at the summit has the island divided, reports the Washington Post on Tuesday. Several......

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