The climatic change: a model of oscillators coupling
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The climatic change is studied as a natural phenomenon. In the physical model the Sun is the generator of energy and the planets are oscillators coupled between them and coupled to the Sun. Two proper resonance frequencies are identified: The first one has a very high frequency and corresponds to the Solar Spots oscillation (magnetic coupling) when the tendency of planets is to be beside in the elliptic. During the second half part of the XX century the Solar Spots radiation has been very big and together the ozone holes el radiation entering in the Earth has also been very big causing a strong heating of the Earth. However from the sixty years of the XX century, the solar Spots began to diminish and even disappeared for two years (2008-2009). The second one has a big period and would correspond to the Platonic Year (elastic/electric coupling) when the radium of the Earth increased causing the ozone holes appearance. Historical data show the evolutions of the strains in the lithosphere and its end would correspond to the alignment of the planets observed several months ago. Our conclusion is a little glaciation is coming…
CitacióFranco, F. The climatic change: a model of oscillators coupling. A: International Exergy, Lyfe Cicle Assessment and Sustainability Workshop & Symposium. "Proceedings of the ELCAS 2013: ELCAS 3, 07-09 July 2013, Nisyros Island, Greece". Nisyros: European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST), 2013, p. 689-696.
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