Patagonia Dams: The Polarities Of Hyd...

Patagonia Dams: The Polarities Of Hydroelectric Power And Environmental Preservation

There are 1 comment on the International Business Times story from May 20, 2012, titled Patagonia Dams: The Polarities Of Hydroelectric Power And Environmental Preservation. In it, International Business Times reports that:

Rio Baker is the largest river in Chile and, for now, it's undammed from source to sea.

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#1 May 21, 2012
Pinera is of course the standard spanish colonial; still invading South America, destroying everything he touches, and making sure the last vestiges of the human race are exterminated. The spanish still are not genetically capable of comprehending the civilization they deliberately genocided. Was Hitler really worse than the spanish in South America?.

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