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SUS COMENTARIOS, SI LOS ESCRIBE, SERÁN PUBLICADOS A CONTINUACIÓN DE CADA ARTÍCULO (NUEVO CONVENIO CON NUESTROS AGENTES A PARTIR DEL 17 DE JULIO DEL 2013). SOLO CENSURAREMOS VULGARIDADES OBVIAS. NO CENSURAREMOS INSULTOS, A MENOS QUE SEAN VULGARES, FALACES O CON INTENCIONES POLÍTICAS DISPARATAS. SEA ECUÁNIME.
jueves, 25 de diciembre de 2014
ignorance of the Greenpeace group that put signs on the “Nazca Lines” in Perú,
cause a lot of damage. The obscure terrain that you see in the pictures is
nothing but harmless fungus liquenitzats and bacteria spread by the strong
winds (paracas) in the area that spray them from the nearby sea. The dark
terrain is only as deep as 5 cm and if you walk over it unprotected, you mark
white sand lines. To walk in the area you need to use wooden platform (similar
to the ones use to walk in soft snow). Buy not doing so, or consulting with
archeologists, they have marked their trail in the sand. They made more
negative impressions in Peruvians and educated people around the world, that
any message they wanted to send to the world. Now, if a Peruvian (or Peruvians)
had committed such stupidity, they would be thrown to jail immediately and
later on to a court. Let’s hope that these foreigners receive the same
treatment. Greenpeace has a good reputation and they, themselves, should see
that justice is made.