Climate Research


Long-Term Forecasting of Climate Change and Natural Disasters on the Earth

Authors: Alexander M. Ilyanok

Suggested herein with is a new model of terrestrial heat sources based on thorough analysis of universally recognized experimental data on the physics of the Earth and its heat balance. In this model the heat generation still is going on in hydrogen Earth’s core (superdense hydrogen radicals). This hypothesis considers the wave processes in the Earth’s core which, due to induction, generated by dynamic gravitational fields, markedly affect the heating of the upper layers of the Earth and, consequently, the climate and local environmental processes. Basing on these new energy sources, the Earth’s heat balance models must be revised, it would allow long-term forecasting of climatic shifts and local environmental disasters. Moreover, our model shows that small hydrogen diffusion from the Earth’s outer core through the mantle provides an answer as to how the water on our planet was originated. This was confirmed by the recent sensational discovery of a group of American scientists led by Steven D. Jacobsen in their work "Dehydration melting at the top of the lower mantle" The Earth’s climate is determined, along with the solar light energy, by the wave movement in the Earth’s outer core. Through induction-gravitational interaction, these waves transfer the energy to the mantle, the core, the oceans, and the atmosphere.

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