Desertification or Aging of a Planet?

Desertification Synthesis Report (2005, 23)

GreenFacts Publication, available at

According to my scientific hypothesis Lives in Different Levels, desertification is the aging (decaying) of the Earth and it is unrecoverable. We have no alternatives but to slow it down. The Earth is a biological entity (by looking upon it as a unity). If one of the ecosystems collapsed, chain effects will occur. Similar to our bodies, we cannot save our life cycles from being exhausted eventually. Life must have an end. The end is exactly the physical death. The professionals have failed us. We break them down into different subjects but never make the puzzles ever again. The concepts of “GOD” are heritages. Physical differences have created imaginations and resulted in the establishment of various religions. The God (the Conscious Earth) may have given them an upper hand. Soul is a comfort. At the same time, it is a manipulation. The ideal of an afterlife is a great pushing factor. The only thing cannot be doubted is that we share the same connections with this subject both physically and mentally.
Since the process of desertification is not reversible, precautions are required. Death is an inevitable cost for every living thing. My scientific hypothesis has fully illustrated the reasons for the absence of space arrivals and living organisms in the nearby planets. It may enable us to save the Earth from dying quickly.

"Effective prevention of desertification requires both local management and macro policy approaches that promote sustainability of ecosystem services. It is advisable to focus on prevention, because attempts to rehabilitate desertified areas are costly and tend to deliver limited results." (Section 2, pg. 14)

Technology is not the solutions for everything. As I mentioned before, “No one is capable of saving others from death (not even with the most advanced technology).”

Below are added on 11 December 2009 (UCT+8 19:58)



"Viewed from the landscape patterns in the artificial oases, the number of the landscape patches is reduced by the compatible phenomenon, the size of the landscape patches is enlarged, and the variation and the diversity of the artificial oases are reduced. . . It is not enough to analyze the stability of an oasis only from its internal structure, an oasis should also be regarded as a whole to research its stability, namely to research the interaction of the oasis and its surrounding deserts. We used the cold-island effects (formula 3.1 in this article) of the oasis to measure this interaction."

(Fig. 2 in this article) Annual precipitation is around 100 mm and 400 mm per year (counting from 1961- 1996). Note (1)

"In this now widely accepted system, extremely arid lands have at least 12 consecutive months without rainfall, arid lands have less than 250 millimetres of annual rainfall, and semiarid lands have a mean annual precipitation of between 250 and 500 millimetres. Arid and extremely arid lands are deserts, and semiarid grasslands generally are referred to as steppes." Note (2)

Note (1) – Luo Geping, Chen Xi, Zhou Kefa and Ye Minquan, Temporal and spatial variation and stability of the oasis in the Sangong River Watershed, Xinjiang, China, 12 April 2002, available at

Note (2) – USGS Publication Service Centre, What is a Desert? Available at, last modified on 18 Dec 2001.

From the above data, Oasis is being classified as an “isolated system (cold-island effects)” with the supplies of underground water (and it may contain certain amounts of salt). Desertification is the aging of this planet. To be more specific, it cannot be recovered. You can refer to the data of participations above.

An oasis is an independent system. Oasis needs the provisions of underground water. Its size does matter to the annual precipitation. Meanwhile, it is still below 500 millimetres in this case.

The Earth is our only resort. Green Movement is the trend.