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seneca Post time: 2018-7-8 21:18
When you are "high", 200 hectares of temporarily fertile desert turns into tens of thousands of sq ...

And once again...
Spoken like a true Closet Christian.

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UYA Post time: 2018-7-9 03:38
thought so...
Once again denial
(typical)

Yes,m I deny that "the Chinese have increased their arable land" while destroying it in order to build their concrete deserts. There is no substantiation in your post that this new approach works. In my opinion it is just a big balloon full of hot gas. It's a bit like saying "OK, the dodo is dead and so are many other species but we now have teddy bears and other artificial playthings..."

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Post time 2018-7-9 15:50:13 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2018-7-9 11:38
Yes,m I deny that "the Chinese have increased their arable land" while destroying it in order to b ...

I listed the stats from the WTO....
you say, "how can that be?"

Then I point out the achievements of a Chinese scientist who developed tech to make desert (unarable) to arabel.
Now you say it this science is wrong and make believe.

Just shows how biased you are.
And everyone is supposed to believe you.


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seneca Post time: 2018-7-9 11:41
Once again, spoken like a true loser that is still not sure how he lost his point although he know ...

Once again....
You have shown NOTHING to support your claims.
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UYA Post time: 2018-7-9 15:50
Once again....
You have shown NOTHING to support your claims.
(typical)

Not surprised.
Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2018-7-9 19:36:46 |Display all floors
UYA Post time: 2018-7-9 15:50
I listed the stats from the WTO....
you say, "how can that be?"

What "stats of the WHO"? Where does the WHO say China has created "arable" land? China is destroying arable land. That's my point. You then claim China has compensated the loss of arable land with land newly made arable by mysterious means, a bizarre concoction called a "paste" that turns desert into fertile sand. You are an alchemist. Soon you will claim the Chinese turn fly turds into gold.

The only thing that China can take some credit for is that it has improved the efficiency of its agriculture. But it has not enlarged its arable land resources. It is still destroying arable land. And to say it is turning deserts into arable fields is not a very good way to deal with truth. If you destroy lush subtropical land in the south you cannot easily replace that with artificial greenery in a desert area. You can't grow wet rice in the desert.

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Post time 2018-7-9 20:28:22 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2018-7-9 19:36
What "stats of the WHO"? Where does the WHO say China has created "arable" land? China is destroyi ...

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You show NOTHING to support your claims.
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