Magnetic Field of the Earth

Magnetic Field of the Earth

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This book considers different versions of existence of the Earth magnetic field and its inversions, movement of lithospheric plates, earthquakes and tsunami, global warming and global cold snap. In this book (on the basis of laws of physics and electrodynamics) a scientific hypothesis for an explanation of physical processes occurring in the depths of the Earth is offered. Radial electric currents arising in the Earth core, as a result of the iron core rotation in the magnetic field, heat up the core and the Earth as a whole. The huge thermal energy which has been accumulated by the Earth, is the reason of global warming. Interaction of radial electric currents with the magnetic field of the Earth causes formation of the powerful force defining the drift of the Earth core in the direction opposite to the rotation of the Earth and the driving force of the mechanism of lithospheric plates' movement. During inversion the Earth core will stop drifting. The Gulf Stream heat, warming the north of the Europe and Northern America will disappear and there will come their cooling. The book might be interesting for geophysicists, scientists and for a wide variety of readers.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 76 pages
  • 150.11 x 219.96 x 4.57mm | 158.76g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 3659551112
  • 9783659551116