Solar showdown in Calif. tortoises' desert home
On a strip of California's Mojave Desert, two dozen rare tortoises could stand in the way of a sprawling solar-energy complex in a case that highlights mounting tensions between wilderness conservation and the nation's quest for cleaner power.
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#1 Jan 2, 2010
Strip array the mirrors so the slowski's get some sunlight...
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