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The Cosmic Gravitational Genesis of the Predicted Intensifications of the Global Natural Processes Since 10 April, 2017 and Before 26 February, 2018
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Authors
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Sergey Victorovich Simonenko, V. I. Il’ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch of Russian, Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia.
Abstract
The article presents the prediction of the established global prediction thermohydrogravidynamic principles (of the developed thermohydrogravidynamic theory containing the cosmic geophysics and the cosmic seismology based on the author’s generalization of the first law of thermodynamics for non-stationary cosmic gravitation) concerning the predicted (on 10 April, 2017) strongest intensifications (since 10 April, 2017 and before 26 February, 2018) of the global natural (seismotectonic, volcanic, climatic and magnetic) processes of the Earth determined by the minimal (near 20 April, 2017) and the maximal (near 7 November, 2017) combined integral energy gravitational influences on the internal rigid core of the Earth (and on the Earth as a whole) of the planets (the Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter) and the Sun due to the gravitational interactions of the Sun with the Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The analyzed different events (since 10 April, 2017 and before 9 September, 2017) of the strongest intensifications of the global natural processes of the Earth confirm the prediction of the thermohydrogravidynamic theory concerning the first subrange (since 10 April, 2017) and the second subrange (since 18 July, 2017) of the predicted intensifications of the global natural processes of the Earth determined by the (minimal near 20 April, 2017, and the maximal near 7 November, 2017, correspondingly) combined planetary and solar integral energy gravitational influences on the internal rigid core of the Earth.
Keywords
Thermohydrogravidynamic Theory, Cosmic Geophysics, Cosmic Seismology, Generalized First Laws of Thermodynamics, Seismotectonic, Volcanic and Climatic Activities, Non-stationary Cosmic Gravitation, Natural Disasters
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