No Bounds to Stupidity: 10,000 year old Rock Art, Quelccaya Icecap, Andean Communities and more Imperilled by Uranium & other Mining in Peru, Part III of a series

Why isn’t this headline news? The most important and biggest icecap in the tropics is being eyed up by Canadian uranium mining companies to feed the insatiable and insane nuclear industry…all in the name of “the solution” to climate change. The final solution! George Monbiot, James Lovelock and other nuclear luvvies who have driven this insanity have a lot to answer for…

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NO BOUNDS TO STUPIDITY: LARGEST CONCENTRATION OF ART FROM THE ARCHAIC PERIOD IN THE AMERICAS ENDANGERED BY OPEN PIT URANIUM AND OTHER MINING

Corani Macusani Rock Art collectively constitutes “the largest concentration of art from the Archaic period in the Americas” and is endangered by proposed uranium and other mining (Macusani Yellowcake and others).  The Indian Mounds at Louisiana State University, also from the Archaic period, are 6,000 years old and possibly the oldest Indian Mounds in all of the Americas.  They were also endangered until recently, because LSU refused to protect them from football fans and bicycles.  Which is more insane?  The Quelccaya Icecap, the world’s largest icecap is near Corani-Macusani and is also imperiled, as are Alpaca in their primary homeland, which is the Macusani area. Entire Andean Communities and plants and animals are…

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