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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote A BrightSource contractor working on the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating Station in California’s Mojave Desert kills a Mojave yucca (Yucca schidigera) that… Video Rating: 3 / 5 The Atacama Desert in northern Chile — one of the driest and most hostile environments in the world. Under the blazing Sun, only a few species of animals an…

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  • brint corb 5 years ago

    this makes me sad?

  • Ross Ginn 5 years ago

    Absolutely horrific!!!!?

  • splob1 5 years ago

    please post this ‘in response to’ one of these brightsource videos. All
    there rhetoric and they just trash our land like this…it’s public land!?

  • GeoffreyHawk 5 years ago


  • Robert Thorp Lundahl Storyteller, Video Maker, Writer 5 years ago

    Perfect use of Fair Use Chris. Good Job.

  • jeff Hamor 5 years ago

    Union destroyed Desert at a living wage ! and to think its happening right
    in front of over 90000 cars daily…coming to a drive by theater near you
    “Green energy”

  • TheCactusjack1 5 years ago

    People think I am crazy when I tell them there is a downside to
    industrializing the wilderness areas for solar power. This is our public
    land, folks, being gobbled up in the newest gold rush to hit California.
    Thanks for posting this creekrunningnorth.

  • dam1en07 5 years ago

    Wonder if they’re using the same practices on the tortoise? Whenever money
    is involved nature has to suffer.

  • ciucinciu 5 years ago

    science for the win! also FIRST!

  • muzammilali007 5 years ago

    My unprofessional suggestion, you guys should also give the videos to
    SpaceRip too for upload. They have a lot of subscribers and I’ve also seen
    them upload some videos of Dr J probably from The Hubble Cast.

  • ciucinciu 5 years ago

    @J3ANP3T3R against mainstream religion and ignorance of course!

  • DemonizedTX 5 years ago

    I was surprised. For some reason, I was expecting that at least part of the
    electricity used there would be generated by solar power, give a location
    like that where the sun would be a reliable source year-round. Now I do
    understand that in a remote place like that it would be expensive to build
    a solar farm but it would probably be worth it in the long run. Add some
    electric cars and they can drive around for free and become a true
    high-tech “green” desert oasis.