The new climatic theory - Climatic effects of Earth's coating movement
Library of History Faculty of the University of Warsaw
The temperature of the interior of Earth is sustained by the constant friction between the COATING of Earth and its LIQUID CORE. The coating of Earth, consisting of the crust and the upper mantle, is rotating under the influence of the alternating impact of the solar system and is rubbing against a liquid, metallic Earth's outer core, which is a spherical sliding surface for Earth's coating. Changes in Earth's climate (which are dependent mainly on the heating of its surface) are evidence that Earth's coating moves in relation to its core and ecliptic plane. Climate change resulting from the tilt of the globe in relation to the Sun causes the succession of the seasons. On top of this are circular movements of Earth's coating caused by gravitational forces in the Solar System. All of this causes climate change.
1. New climatic theory
The temperature of the interior of Earth is sustained by the constant friction between the COATING of Earth and its LIQUID CORE. The coating of Earth, consisting of the crust and the upper mantle, is rotating under the influence of the alternating impact of the solar system and is rubbing against a liquid, metallic Earth's outer core, which is a spherical sliding surface for Earth's coating. The solid metallic inner core of Earth is in the grip of the magnetic field of the Sun, which alternates according to the pulse of gravity within the solar system. We see that the movements of the masses within Earth's geoid are coupled with internal interactions within the solar system, which are also subject to the influence of our galaxy.
Changes in Earth's climate (which are dependent mainly on the heating of its surface) are evidence that Earth's coating moves in relation to its core. Climate change resulting from the tilt of the globe in relation to the Sun causes the succession of the seasons. On top of this are circular movements of Earth's coating caused by gravitational forces in the Solar System. Movements of the coating are mirrored by the changes in the position of magnetic poles, which are fixed in their location against the Sun. Throughout the duration of several thousand years, the magnetic poles travel seemingly on the moving surface of Earth along a curve surrounding the geographical poles. Deviations of the north magnetic pole from the north geographic pole reach over twenty degrees of latitude, i.e., approximately 2500km, and change over time (probably) on a regular basis, ie. determined by cyclical interactions within the solar system. The research of paleomagnetism show deviation of the northern magnetic pole from the north geographic pole (the axis of rotation of Earth) mirrors the movements of Earth's coating in relation to the Sun. Sometimes the movement of the Earth's coating reaches the extent that magnetic poles reverse themselves.
Movements of Earth's coating change the moment of inertia of the Earth, which causes the variation of the speed of rotation. An increase in the speed of rotation of Earth was observed during the moments when the northern magnetic pole was crossing near the north geographic pole, and vice versa, ie. for example, around the year AD 1600. I suppose that this reflects the variability of the Earth's coating movement in relation to its center of gravity and in relation to the Sun.
Deviations over twenty degrees latitude of the northern magnetic pole NMP- from the north geographic pole, and the apparent circular motion of NMP around the geographic pole, mirror the moves of Earth's coating, which cause regional changes in Earth's climate. The width of climatic zones designated by the seasons on Earth's surface reaches about 5 to 20 degrees latitude. Related to these zones, rainy and dry climates, which are dependent on latitude and insolation, move along the surface of Earth, together with Earth's coating movements, which are cyclical relative to the Sun. If the coating of Earth moves about 2500 km, which is about 20 degrees latitude, climate zones shift respectively. In such a case, a given region of Earth can experience a dry season instead of a rainy season, and vice versa. For example, the shift of precipitation from summer to winter, observed in Iran for the past several thousand years, is one of the results of the movement of Earth's coating.
Earth is flattened at the poles, and when Earth's coating rotates, this flattening moves closer to the equator. That is when the moment of inertia of Earth's rotation increases and its speed of rotation decreases. When Earth's coating returns to its equilibrium position (which is when both magnetic and geographic poles are next to each other), the speed of Earth's rotation increases because the moment of inertia decreases.
There was an increase in the frequency of earthquakes in the Mediterranean and in Poland during periods of large shifts of Earth's coating, i.e., up to 7000km in the years AD 250-700 and 1250-1860. Currently, the magnetic pole moves eastward toward the geographic pole, increasing the speed of Earth's rotation. This demonstrates that Earth's coating is returning to the equilibrium position. What will be the next moves of the magnetic pole and Earth's coating, and what will they bring?
Cyclical waves of growth in the number of earthquakes in the Mediterranean and Poland observed in the period 750 BC to AD 2000 confirm the movements of Earth's coating. The number of earthquakes rises when the Mediterranean region moves closer to the equator, where the tectonic stress is increased. This is exactly what we are currently observing in Italy.
The ceaseless movement of Earth's coating, causing cyclical and regional climate changes, causes the birth, rise, and fall of civilizations and empires developing from east to west (in agreement with the movement of Earth's coating and climate zones) in the history of Indo-European and Asian civilizations.
Other consequences of the cyclical movement of the coating of Earth are described in the available online Polish book entitled "Historia naturalna i zmiany klimatu"
Warsaw, November, 11th 2016 20:12 Bogdan Góralski
2. Hemispheric temperature change versus a shift of the Earth's coating
Fig.1. Hemispheric temperature change
Source of image: https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/graphs/
Date of download 13 August 2017,4:45 Jakuszowice, Poland
What we can see in the above picture is a higher temperature in Northern Hemisphere NH versus Southern Hemisphere SH in the period around 1914-1956 and 1990-2017. It can be explained by the shift of Earth's coating over liquid Earth's core. Meteorological stations located all around the globe have moved to the ecliptic that way, that on the northern hemisphere is more of solar irradiance versus southern hemisphere, and higher temperatures in NH are being noted, and SH is cooled.
2a.LOD (length of Earth's day) versus Earth's coating movement
The moves of Earth's coating are correlated with LOD (length of day changes). When the Earth's coating moves to the North (the position of equator bulge is higher related to the ecliptic plane), temperatures of NH decreasing and LOD (length of day) is increasing (speed of Earth's rotation is slowing down) and vice versa as you can see on Fig.2 below. When LOD is decreasing (speed of Earth's rotation is faster), SST (sea surface temperature) increases because oceanic upwelling decreases and vice versa.
For the explanation of Earth's coating movement, see my work above.
Fig.2 The course of LOD changes in period 1870-2010 year.
Jakuszowice, 13 August 2017, 5:38 Bogdan Góralski
3. Movement of Earth's coating and circulation of water in Hadley cell
Changes in the location of the Earth's coating cause changes in Hadley's cell range on the Earth's surface because of the ranges of rainfall zones and droughts resulting from the operation of atmospheric circulation cells, whose position is unchanged with respect to the ecliptic plane, are shifting.
Due to the movement of the Earth's coating, the circulation of the ocean's waters is also changing - vertical and horizontal, which additionally affects the functioning of the atmospheric circulation cells and the changeable time of occurrence of precipitation and drought on the surface of the Earth.
Warsaw, 28 January 2019,23:00 Bogdan Góralski
4. Proof that the Earth's coating is moving
Below on the graph, we see proxy temperatures from ice cores taken from
southern hemisphere -Antarctic - Vostok, and northern hemisphere -Greenland - GISP2. We see that temperatures in the Antarctic are lower than in the northern hemisphere but occasionally they are the same or higher than northern hemisphere temperatures. We can explain this by Earth's coating rotations. When Earth's coating is in balance- this means that the northern hemisphere is above the ecliptic plane and the southern hemisphere is below the ecliptic plane and insolation of both hemispheres are even, temperatures of both hemispheres are the same too. When Earth's coating moves and the northern hemisphere is closer to the ecliptic plane, the temperatures of the Antarctic are lower than Greenland's temperatures because of the higher insolation of Greenland.
When Earth's coating moves in the opposite direction and the southern hemisphere is closer to the ecliptic plane, the temperatures of the northern hemisphere drop-down, and southern hemisphere temperatures rise. During the Holocene southern hemisphere, temperatures are higher than northern temperatures, and both of them have increased since 10000 BP. If planets of the solar system will negatively change their positions in the sky, there will probably be an again cold period of Earth's climate. We need to research it.
Now we know that Earth's coating is moving accordingly to changes of temperatures of both hemispheres.
See the graph under the link:
5. GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (based on GHCN v3 + SCAR)
The graphs of the zonal temperature (below) distribution on the Earth's globe for the periods 1880-1961 and 1962-2018 presented below show the shift in time of high-temperature zones to the North direction of the globe. This may indicate the shift of the northern hemisphere toward the ecliptic plane (and its much greater solar insolation than a southern hemisphere), i.e., the shift of the Earth's coating - the Northern Hemisphere more in direction to the ecliptic plane.
6. Why Earth's coating rotates around the liquid core of the Earth
Earth's coating consists of earthly crust and mantle. The earthly coating rotates around the liquid core of the Earth. Why does it rotate? Because the northern hemisphere is heavier than the southern hemisphere. In the northern hemisphere, there are more continents, and the earthly crust in the continents is much thicker and much denser than oceanic crust, more common in the southern hemisphere. From Newton's law we know that power of gravitation is bigger when the pulling masses are bigger, so when the group of the solar planets is approaching the Earth, the bigger gravitation power acts on the northern hemisphere and pulls down it to themselves. It explains decadal changes of the position of the coating of the Earth, but what happens with them during the year? From Newton's law, we know that the distances of the pulling objects also act on the gravitation power. From this, we know that the gravitation power of the Moon acting on the Earth is two times bigger than the Sun's gravitation power. Moon and Sun also are causing the rotating of the Earth's coating like the group of planets of the solar system. We see on the below pictures an image of the rotating coating of the Earth in the graph of J2 changes, which is Earth's shape coefficient = J2.
Source of pictures from work:
Degree 2 and Geocenter Variations from Satellite Laser Ranging
Center for Space Research
The University of Texas at Austin
We see in the above picture twelve-monthly changes of J2 each year which are caused by gravitational pulling of the Earth's coating by the Moon.
Source of pictures from work:
Degree 2 and Geocenter Variations from Satellite Laser Ranging
Center for Space Research
The University of Texas at Austin
In the above picture, we see yearly changes of J2 (blue continuous thin line from GRACE measures) caused by the gravitational attracting of the Sun.
J2 Coefficients depend from of the Earth's shape. J2 maps changes in the flattening of the Earth, which depend on the movements of the Earth's coating around the liquid nucleus of the Earth. When J2 decreases, the flattening of the Earth increases, and the angular velocity of the Earth increases, and vice versa. The flattening of the Earth increases because of the movement of Earth's coating when the bulge on the equator is closer to the axis of Earth's rotation.
Jakuszowice, 19th August 2017, 13:45 Bogdan Góralski
7. Explanation of reversals of magnetic field versus Earth's coating movement
In the passes of the Solar System through the arms of our galactic Milky Way, the gravitational influences in Solar System were increasing, resulting in bigger rotation of the Earth's coating. Earth's magnetic field is very stable and is strongly gripped in the solar magnetic field. When Earth's coating revolves, magnetic signs in the rocks of the earthly crust are changing. To this day, scientists have been thought that Earth's magnetic field rotates. In my opinion, the magnetic poles of the Earth are were stable versus rotating Earth's coating. Change apparent positions of the magnetic pole (by changes of magnetic signs in the lavas) is a sign that the Solar System went through an arm of the Milky Way. When Earth's coating was revolving, tectonic plates of the Earth's crust were subjected to the variable centrifugal force that caused movement of the tectonic plates on the Earth's surface.
8. Mechanism of growth and fall of empires
The terrestrial globe is divided into two hemispheres: northern and southern. The northern hemisphere is made up of more thick continental plates and is heavier than the southern hemisphere, mostly made up of thin ocean plates. The Earth globe is affected by the cosmic gravity and more strongly pulls the northern hemisphere with a variable force causing it to move to the ecliptic plane. It is possible due to the liquid intermediate layer between the rigid coating and the solid Earth core. The Earth coating slides over the liquid middle layer under the influence of the attraction of gravity alternating forces.
The Earth climatic zones are immobile to the ecliptic plane because they depend on the balance of solar radiation falling on the surface at various angles. As a result, the earth coating movement in relation to climatic zones causes regional climate changes in different parts of the globe. The Earth coating movement causes varying stresses in the crust as it approaches the equator and then moves away from it. These variable stresses cause earthquakes, the distribution of which was investigated in the Mediterranean Basin and Poland during the 750 BC-AD 2000 period. Almost the sinusoidal distribution of earthquakes with maxima and minima every 400 years was found. That is, every 400 years or so, the area adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea approaches the equator and then moves away from it, with different effects in different parts of the globe. The movement of the earth coating under stationary climatic zones causes changes in precipitation zones and drought zones on the earth area, bringing specific social effects and the occurrence of the cosmic-social cycle illustrated in the figure below.
Fig.1. The Earth gravitational-seismic-climatic-social cycle described by the temporal distribution of earthquakes in the Mediterranean and Poland in the years of 750 BC to AD 2000
Source of earthquakes data:
Guidoboni Emanuela, Comastri Alberto, Traina Giusto 1994: Catalogue of ancient earthquakes in the Mediterranean area up to the 10th century, Instituto Nazionale de Geofisica, Rome
Guterch Barbara, Lewandowska – Marciniak Hanna 2002: Seismicity and seismic hazard in Poland, Folia Quaternaria vol.73, Kraków.
Great religious leaders appear in times of socio-economic crisis caused by droughts resulting from the Earth's coating movements towards the equator.
In the ages of Christ and Muhammad, Palestine and the Arabian Peninsula probably entered, after a period of increased rains favoring population growth, in a year-round drought zone between the parallels of 20-30 degrees of latitude due to the Earth coating movement towards the equator (confirmed in the graph above by earthquakes maximum of the earthquakes).
It is worth mentioning here the credible research showing that the Iranian area has shifted in the last 5,000 years from the climatic rainfall zone in summer to the rainfall zone in winter. It corresponds to the Earth linear movement of the coating towards the equator in the Iran region by about 25 degrees latitude, i.e., from the rainfall zone in summer between the 5-20 parallel to the winter rainfall zone the 30-50 parallel. The area of Iran is now between 30-40 parallel, which means a shift to the equator over the last 5000 years by about 25 degrees latitude or about 3000 km. The Earth coating in the Iranian region has shifted southward by about 3,000 km in the previous 5,000 years, but this movement is likely to have had different phases in the north-south and east-west directions. The idea of changing the Iranian area comes from the study of the north magnetic pole apparent positions, which continually changes its apparent location on the globe surface. The magnetic north pole changeable position results from the Earth coating continous movement relative to the ecliptic plane.
During the Arab Empire rising, the Western Roman Empire fell, devastated by the invasion of the Germans tribes, who were driven out of northern Europe by the cold and the Mongol invasion. A similar phenomenon of earthquakes growth took place gradually in the period of AD 1000-1800 in Poland territory, which means that the area of Anatolia was also approaching to the norh at that time. I explain why the increase in the number of earthquakes in Poland in the period 1000-1800 AD means the movement of the Earth's coating in the Mediterranean region to the north? Well, the African continental plate was moving to the north and under the influence of centrifugal force (the largest at the equator) it pressed the European continental plate (on which Poland is located), causing an increasing number of earthquakes. In the period 1000-1800AD climate of Europe cooled while the area of Europe moved to the North.
This probably moved Anatolia and the Mediterranean area to transition into a climatic zone drought all-year-round. It had specific economic and social consequences for the Ottoman Empire, such as the internal crisis related to the lack of food, the disintegration of the empire, and the appearance of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the Turkish social reformer at the end of the crisis. The crisis of the Ottoman Empire was caused by a drought (which was found in numerous works on the climate of Anatolia) and was interfaced with the entry of the Russian area into the year-round rainfall zone between the parallels 50-60, which caused the Russian imperial expansion and its development also towards the west, which resulted in the partitions of the Republic of Poland Both Nations.
Thus, we see that the influence of the Cosmos on the terrestrial natural environment causes specific psychological and social effects that end the duration of successive empires and the formation of new ones. With this knowledge, we should notice that North America again approaching the equator (which causes the effects called global warming) because of the number of earthquakes in the Mediterranean region observed by seismological observatories around the globe is increasing. On the other side of the world, in East Russia, Earth coating goes to the North direction. Therefore, we should prepare for the change in the distribution of biological forces on our planet related to climate zones displacement. It is probably that described above movement of Earth’s coating since 1860 caused:
Partition of India into Pakistan and India,
Civil War in US.
An explanation of the above-described phenomena can be found in my book entitled The new look at the Earth's climate mechanism and the Cosmo-geophysical system of the Earth and the book entitled Historia naturalna i zmiany klimatu published freely on Google Books and Academia.edu.
Jakuszowice, 19th August 2017, 15:10 Bogdan Góralski