Climate Research

1805 Submissions

[2] viXra:1805.0270 [pdf] submitted on 2018-05-13 13:41:29

Technogenic Radiations Which Cause Global Changes and Deterioration in Health of the Population

Authors: V. Korniienko, M.Turkin
Comments: 18 Pages.

In article it is shown that matter has the quantum electromagnetic field (QEF). Therefore the annex to matter of forces of any origin, tension and indignation of her QEF in a wave mode of quantum electromagnetic energy (S-radiations) cause in it. Therefore all space bodies generate S-radiations which on Earth are known as geopathgic radiations. Have established also that properties of S-radiations cause ability of electrical machines and other equipment to generate technogenic S-radiations to the environment. It has caused the hidden processes as a result of which there are global changes and deterioration in health of the population. It is offered to exclude on the basis of standards emission of S-radiations from the world equipment that will stop these processes.
Category: Climate Research

[1] viXra:1805.0115 [pdf] submitted on 2018-05-05 02:55:46

Synoptic Type Analysis of Coastal Fog Occurred at the Korean West Sea

Authors: Pak JongGil, Jang DongChol, Kim SuSong, Ri DuYon, Choe YongHo, Ja YongRim, DokGo HyokChol
Comments: 12 Pages.

In this study, the fog phenomenon occurring at the coast of the Korean west sea was divided into the synoptic type and the cause of fog formation was explained. For this purpose, 81 fog processes from April to August between 2012 and 2014 were classified by the synoptic type and the physical quantities were analyzed in each synoptic type. Through the analysis, the type of fog can be classified into A cold front type (A cold front approach type and the passage type of a cold front), A deformation field type, A South High North Low type and A Meiyu front type. Synoptic type was classified by using surface pressure field and analysis of physical quantities was conducted under 850hPa isobaric surface. The data used are RJTD quasi-normal numerical analysis data.
Category: Climate Research