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Global Warming and Global Seismic Activity

Properties of the atmosphere (a thermal interface between Earth and space) are directly responsible for so-called greenhouse effect, which changes the planetary thermal balance and causes Global Warming. However, the atmosphere comprises only 0.0001% of the mass of Earth, so that focusing on climate (a condition of the atmosphere) means ignoring almost the entire system […]

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Physics of Gravity

This article describes electromagnetic origin of gravity and describes techniques to generate gravitational field that has the opposite sign to that of Earth.

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Earthquake Energy Rise on Earth

This article presents a method of monitoring earthquake activity on the planetary scale using the data of all individual earthquakes on Earth since 1973, available from US Geological Survey (USGS). The method reveals that in the period of time when the planetary climate changed by a small fraction of one degree, earthquakes have become 5 times […]

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Estimating Ecentricity of Planetary and Stellar Cores

Eccentricity of solid cores suspended in liquid planetary/stellar interiors has never been considered possible, because there seemed to be no theoretical basis for such a consideration. This article presents an analysis of gravity-buoyancy equilibrium of a solid core in spherically symmetric pressure gradient of a spinning planet/star. Elementary mechanics suggests that if a solid core […]

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No second Chance: Can Earth Explode as a result of Global Warming?

Overheating the center of the inner core reactor due to the so­called greenhouse effect on the surface of Earth may cause the meltdown condition, enrichment of nuclear fuel and a gigantic atomic explosion.

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