Only " Tibet Water to Xinjiang Project" can save China from severe economic&social unrest

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    "Tibet water to Xinjiang" studies have been completed and plans have been laid out.
    This will create a new China, able to support 200 million CHinese in Xinjiang.
    The newly transformed lanscape will able to produce abundance of agriculture crops and livestocks and support huge population there.


    Taklamakan desert will be transformed into another california.

    It will able to absorb AT LEAST 200 million ex-Chinese from eastern China.

    With abundance of food, dont care what type of severe economic and social conditions are, China will still able to chuck along even if the whole world is sanctioning or trade war with China.


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    Anti-Xi fractions are spreading everywhere and telling people Xi and CPC collapsing especially during this Trump trade war then added on top of China huge debts of 3x the total GDP, Huge real estate bubbles.
    This will be the last straw that breaks camel's back.
    But this "Tibet water to Xinjiang" will help China to stabilize even during severe economic and social unrest.

    The project will able to absorb 200 million people , able to absorb all those jobless, moneyless workers.
    it will absorb all those unrest excessive people and bring to xinjiang, bring all those unstable elements out of eastern China.

    Even if China under severe economic and social unrest, it wouldn't matter.

    This "Tibet water to Xinjiang" will provide abundance of food to Chinese people no matter what the conditions are


     
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    To bring China down, it's opponents will wage economic war, sanctioning and any other economic means just like Soviet being brought down mainly through economic and financial means. NK, Iran being sanctioned. So China is no different.

    China able to stand in spite of all these is utmost importance, probably equal or more important than military defense.

    This project will also buffer China from consequence arise military situation with taiwan
     
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    tidalwave
    sounds like your version of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Promised_Land
     
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    Except China doesnt need to invade someone else's land to do this and lobby the world's sole superpower to become its mercenary to fight and bleed for it, so that China can hold on it.

    [inb4 That Uyghur argument: Han people were in that land long before them - if anything, they were the invaders]
     
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    what I meant Today at 1:44 PM
    was a miracle would need to happen so that in a desert of the size of Germany, now quoting from
    #1 tidalwave, Today at 1:05 AM
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    California is 100000 sqkm larger than Germany so you're selling the plan short with that comparison.
     
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    just not to loose track here:
    1. "The Taklamakan Desert has an area of 337,000 km2 ..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taklamakan_Desert#Geography
    2. "German territory covers 357,021 km2 ..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germany#Geography
    3. Area • Total (423,970 km2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California
    EDIT to rephrase, Today at 7:11 PM I said #1 = #2, and also said a miracle would be needed for #1 to become as fertile as #3
     
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    China has the largest scale desertification. Right now it has tremendous success in desertification in Gobi desert and it doesn't have much water to work with.

    If Tibet water goes to xinjiang, no question Taklamakan desert will be tamed and turned into a productive land.



    China also has the largest rainmaker setup in Tibet to generate more water upstream.

     
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    According to CGTN, Chinese scientists have achieved success in growing crops in areas with less than ideal conditions caused by lack of rain and extremely hot temperatures.



    The huge breakthrough was recently presented at the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) on September 15 in the Chinese desert city of Ordos, where over 100 countries in attendance committed to setting national timelines to stop desertification by 2030, Xinhua reports.



    The technology behind the Chinese innovation was developed by researchers at Chongqing Jiaotong University. The scientists developed a paste made of a substance found in plant cell walls that, when mixed with sand, is able to retain water, nutrients, and air.


    One particular location where the plants have been thriving is in a desert in North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.



    “According to our calculation, there are over 70 kinds of crops growing here. Many are not planted by us but they just grow themselves,” Chongqing Jiaotong University Associate Professor Zhao Chaohua was quoted as saying.
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    Over the course of six months, over 200 hectares of sand is being turned into plantations yielding corn, tomatoes, sorghum, and sunflowers. A reforestation project is also currently in the works, which is set to reforest 50% of degraded desert land in three years.



    “The costs of artificial materials and machines for transforming sand into soil is lower compared with controlled environmental agriculture and reclamation,” Chongqing Jiaotong University professor Yang Qingguo said.
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    Researchers are looking into expanding their project this fall, with a plan to transform another 200 hectares of desert. In the next few years, the scientists are confident that they can turn over 13,000 hectares more into fertile ground.



    Chinese forestry officials have stated that the area of desertified land in the country has so far been dropping by an annual average of more than 2,400 square kilometers.
     
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    I'm wondering what exactly is the paste from:
    and I'm also wondering how long the 200 hectares oasis from:
    will last

    had this "paste" worked forever, it would've turned Taklamak into California, yes LOL
     
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