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  • About the Influence of the Giant Planets on Long-Term Evolution of Global Temperature  [CGCC 2016]
  • DOI: 10.4236/gep.2016.47018   PP.172 - 174
  • Author(s)
  • Kruchenitsky Gregory Mikhailovich, Statnikov Konstantin Andreevich, Zakharov Vladimir Matveevich
  • The effects associated with the displacement of the center of gravity of the solar system under the influence of giant planets (Jupiter and Saturn) are discussed. Based on the hypothesis of parametric resonance in the variation of global temperature with disturbances in the photosphere shape and the Earth-to-Sundistance due to the oppositions of said planets, a regression model that explains the observed long-term evolution of global temperature is built. It was shown that residuals of the model are close to white noise, i.e. the hypothesis almost entirely explains the effect of temperature increase for the period presented in the vernacular crutem3 database.

  • Climate, Temperature, Planet, Parametric Resonance
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