Nonlinear Mathematical Model Explains the Global Warming on Earth

Authors

  • Maria Kuman

Keywords:

solar activity and magnetic fields; mathematical model in torus representation; what started the global warming

Abstract

The recent collaboration LEGO–Virgo, when studding the merging of two neutron stars, revealed that the stars deform when approaching another star. It is called tidal deformation. Similar reshaping was observed in magnetars (stars with very strong magnetic field) - at magnetic perturbations, they periodically emit energy from their magnetic poles and reshape. It is time to acknowledge that our Sun would experience tidal deformation under the influence of aligned planets when their magnetic moments sum up. Nonlinear mathematical model is used to describe the solar dynamic at external magnetic perturbation. Since the sun’s nonlinear electromagnetic field (NEMF) has a torus shape, the evolution equation is maximally simple in torus representation, which has graphic presentation. At inferior conjunction, when the planets are aligned on both sides of the Sun and their magnetic moments summed up, the symmetric magnetic perturbation bulges the Sun at the equator and its activity increases, which leads to global warming on Earth. At superior conjunction, when all planets are aligned at one side of the Sun and their magnetic moments summed up, the asymmetric magnetic perturbation will flip the magnetic poles of the Sun. The Sun will start spinning in opposite direction and emitting energy through the poles (instead of sucking energy through them).

How to Cite

Maria Kuman. (2019). Nonlinear Mathematical Model Explains the Global Warming on Earth. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, 19(10), 19–23. Retrieved from https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2550

Nonlinear Mathematical Model Explains the Global Warming on Earth

Published

2019-11-05