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Heavy Rains Produce Toxic Acid Runoff from Old Mines in Patagonia Mtns.
 
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Heavier than usual rains in Sept. 2014 is creating very toxic acid runoff from 2 abandoned mines in southern Arizona, polluting streams in the Patagonia Mountains where there are estimated to be 130 abandoned mines. The streams impacted are just 4.5 miles from the town of Patagonia. Producer: Frances Causey/Adhara Media LLC Cinematographer and Editor: Rogelio Garcia. For more information go to www.patagoniaalliance.org and www.scenicsantaritas.org.
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Whirlpool Gold in patagonia
 
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https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=l368f07C7Rw https://www.facebook.com/groups Buscadores de oro en argentina
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Top 9 National Monuments in the West
 
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Thanks for watching.... 1) Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandelier_National_Monument 2) Admiralty Island National Monument, Alaska - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Admiralty_Island_National_Monument 3) Canyon de Chelly, Arizona - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyon_de_Chelly_National_Monument 4) Craters of the Moon, Idaho - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craters_of_the_Moon_National_Monument_and_Preserve 5) Devil's Tower, Wyoming - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_Tower 6) Grand Staircase, Utah national monument, Utah - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Staircase-Escalante_National_Monument 7) John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Day_Fossil_Beds_National_Monument 8) Mount St. Helens National Monument, Washington - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_St._Helens_National_Volcanic_Monument 9) Muir Woods, California - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muir_Woods_National_Monument Source: http://www.sunset.com/travel/outdoor-adventure/top-national-monuments/canyon-de-chelley-national-monument A National Monument in the United States is a protected area that is similar to a National Park except that the President of the United States can declare an area of the United States to be a National Monument without the approval of Congress. However, areas within and extending beyond national parks, monuments, and national forests can be part of wilderness areas, which have an even greater degree of protection than a national park would alone, although wilderness areas managed by the United States Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management often allow hunting and grazing. National monuments can be managed by one of several federal agencies: the National Park Service, United States Forest Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, or Bureau of Land Management. Historically, some national monuments were managed by the War Department. National monuments can also be privately managed. National monuments can be so designated through the power of the Antiquities Act of 1906. President Theodore Roosevelt used the act to declare Devils Tower in Wyoming as the first national monument. He thought Congress was moving too slowly and it would be ruined by the time they made it a national park. The Antiquities Act of 1906 resulted from concerns about protecting mostly prehistoric Native American ruins and artifacts (collectively termed "antiquities") on federal lands in the American West.[citation needed] The Act authorized permits for legitimate archaeological investigations and penalties for taking or destroying antiquities without permission. Additionally, it authorized the President to proclaim "historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest" as national monuments, "the limits of which in all cases shall be confined to the smallest area compatible with the proper care and management of the objects to be protected." The reference in the act to "objects of...scientific interest" enabled President Theodore Roosevelt to make a natural geological feature, Devils Tower, Wyoming, the first national monument three months later.[citation needed] Among the next three monuments he proclaimed in 1906 was Petrified Forest in Arizona, another natural feature. Congress later made into a national park. In 1908, Roosevelt used the act to proclaim more than 800,000 acres (3,200 km2) of the Grand Canyon as a national monument. In 1918, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Katmai National Monument in Alaska, comprising more than 1,000,000 acres (4,000 km2). Katmai was later enlarged to nearly 2,800,000 acres (11,000 km2) by subsequent Antiquities Act proclamations and for many years was the largest national park system unit. Petrified Forest, Grand Canyon, and Katmai were among the many national monuments later converted to national parks by Congress. In response to Roosevelt's declaration of the Grand Canyon monument, a putative mining claimant sued in federal court, claiming that Roosevelt had overstepped the Antiquities Act authority by protecting an entire canyon. In 1920, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the Grand Canyon was indeed "an object of historic or scientific interest" and could be protected by proclamation, setting a precedent for the use of the Antiquities Act to preserve large areas.[4] Federal courts have since rejected every challenge to the President's use of Antiquities Act preservation authority. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Monument_(United_States)
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Tahoe City Chemtrails (NOT CONTRAILS)
 
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Early October at beautiful Lake Tahoe, famous for blue waters and blue skies......except on days when the overhead spraying blocks our sun. Please share with your firends.
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¡Con los rebeldes siempre! - Always with the rebels! (2017) (subs eng - esp)
 
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Este video fue realizado al cumplirse 1 mes de la desaparición de Santiago Maldonado en manos de Gendarmería. El cuerpo sin vida de Santiago fue "encontrado" el 17 de octubre -78 días después de su desaparición- en el Río Chubut a 300 metros corriente arriba del lugar donde fue visto capturado por Gendarmería, y en una zona que había sido rastrillada en diferentes ocasiones por quienes llevaban adelante su búsqueda. Facundo Jones Huala continúa detenido esperando el juicio por extradición a Chile. La persecusión y represión a las comunidades mapuche en resistencia continúan creciendo, mientras que en la región dominada por el estado chileno los presos políticos alcanzan la treintena. El día 25 de noviembre de 2017 en la recuperación territorial de la comunidad Lafken Winkul Mapu, en cercanías de Villa Mascardi, Río Negro, fue asesinado Rafael Nahuel de un balazo por la espalda en un intento de desalojo perpetrado por la Prefectura Naval Argentina. ¡Santiago Maldonado y Rafael Nahuel viven en la lucha! ¡Libertad a Facundo Jones Huala! ¡Terrorista es el Estado! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This video was made one month after the disappearance of Santiago Maldonado in the hands of Gendarmería Argentina. The lifeless body of Santiago was "found" on October 17 -78 days after his disappearance-in the Chubut River 300 meters upstream from the place where he was seen captured by Gendarmería, and in an area that had been raked in different occasions by those who carried out their search. Facundo Jones Huala is still detained awaiting trial for extradition to Chile. The persecution and repression of Mapuche communities in resistance continue to grow, while in the region dominated by the Chilean state the political prisoners reach thirty. On November 25, 2017, in the territorial recovery of the Lafken Winkul Mapu community, in the vicinity of Villa Mascardi, Río Negro, Rafael Nahuel was shot dead in the back in an attempted eviction by the Argentine Naval Prefecture. Santiago Maldonado and Rafael Nahuel live in the struggle! Freedom to Facundo Jones Huala! Terrorist is the State! Audiovisual basado en el número 49 del boletín La Oveja Negra. www.boletinlaovejanegra.blogspot.com
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Butch Cassidy
 
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Robert Leroy Parker (April 13, 1866 – November 7, 1908), better known as Butch Cassidy, was a notorious American train robber, bank robber, and leader of the Wild Bunch gang in the American Old West. After pursuing a career in crime for several years in the United States, the pressures of being pursued, notably by the Pinkerton detective agency, forced him to flee with an accomplice, Harry Alonzo Longabaugh, known as the Sundance Kid, and Longabaugh's girlfriend, Etta Place. The trio fled first to Argentina and then to Bolivia, where Parker and Longabaugh were probably killed in a shootout in November 1908. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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