Here is a Solar Oasis: Where Deserts Can Sustain Life. The designer of this architectural design called Solar Oasis believes that all parts of the Earth’s surface has the necessary elements that are necessary to sustain life, and even our planet also has huge amounts of energy that can never be exhausted. Solar Oasis project is based on this principle in which the designer aims to create an oasis in the arid and lifeless Namib Desert in Namibia, which is too hot and dry to support life. This advanced technology solar Oasis that make using the local environment to create in your physical being in an oasis that can sustain human life, plants and animals.
This proposal shows how amazing that modern technology can be used to handle the most adverse situations into something useful by making the most feared places uninhabitable, a refuge for life! In this Solar oasis was added technology in which air humidity is pushed through a cooling manifold enormous. The Namib desert drought is caused by the fact that the air to hold water that comes from the Atlantic Ocean can not be in the desert mountains along the edges of deserts and deflect air push below. Therefore, the moisture never reaches the desert of what is practically uninhabitable because water is the only requirement for the sustainability of plants and animals. However, the Solar Oasis would change the situation, with the humidity inside the oasis of an island green protected area.
This island is the water that would be capable of supporting plant life and exotic wildlife of Namibia. The condensate produced by the outside air would be enough to sustain life in the otherwise dry desert. The Solar Oasis is also used to make new discoveries in the field of agriculture and clean energy production. This would make mini-island cooperation between peoples of different cultures and harmony.The Solar Oasis would be a great example for the world to find new places for people to live overcrowding and overpopulation are only a limited area of the Earth. Now people may think that living in the deserts that extend over a large country and reduce the burden on cities. In fact, it would be a great way to convert the driest places in the most succulent and green!
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