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Carroll talks about the TMT protest and plays a recording of Joshua Lanikila Mangauil talking about why Hawaiians are protesting the Thirty Meter Telescope.
Carroll addresses issues of government corruption in regard to the handling of Mauna Kea. The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) and other agencies tend to put their special interests first. Carroll discusses documentation of experiments with PBN's (Polybrominated Naphthalenes used in fire retardant) and PCN's (Polychlorinated Naphthalenes) being conducted at the Mauna Kea Observatory that do not have anything to do with astronomy. This seems to be outside the scope of the University of Hawaii's (UH) use of Mauna Kea. He also notes, UH's original lease for Mauna Kea only included one telescope on Mauna Kea. Carroll is informed by the Department of Land and Natural Resources the original lease has not been modified.
Right now some DLNR officers, with guns, are at Mauna Kea playing security police for UH. They stand around, doing nothing, while being paid overtime for 24 hours a day. For some, this is more than two thousand dollars a day.
DLNR at Mauna Kea and the protesters
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Join Carroll on www.envirowatch.orgto view some of the environmental and corruption issues
and resolved, in the past. You will also find him on YouTube at cox7826627 and on facebook.
Carroll continues his discussion about local issues on Olelo Public Television, Channel 54.
Link here to a list of his shows.They
can also be viewed
on Olelo video on demand.
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