Saturday, April 18th 2009, 2:56 PM EDT
by Dr. Gerhard Löbert, Munich. Physicist. Recipient of The Needle of Honor of German Aeronautics. Conveyor of a super-Einsteinian theory of gravitation that not only covers the well-known Einstein effects but also explains, among many other post-Einstein-effects, the Sun-Earth-Connection and the true cause of the global climate changes (see Ref. 3).
In my opinion the researchers in climatology should put aside their present work for a moment and focus their attention on the central and decisive subject of climatology. This is the extremely close correlation between the changes in the mean surface temperature and the small changes in the rotational velocity of the Earth in the past 150 years (see Fig. 2.2 of www.fao.org/DOCREP/005/Y2787E/y2787e03.htm or Ref.2), which has been ignored by the mainstream climatologists. Almost everything in climatology follows from this one central phenomenon.
Note that temperature lags rotation by about 6 years.
Since temperature is lagging rotation it cannot be influencing the latter. On the other hand, it cannot be envisaged how rotation should influence temperature. Hence, a third agent must be driving the two. The solution is given in www.icecap.us/images/uploads/Lobert_on_CO2.pdf . There it is shown that small-amplitude vacuum density waves generated by the motion of the supermassive objects located in the center of the Galaxy are constantly acting on the Sun and the Earth and are thereby producing a series of correlated physical reactions within these celestial bodies.
Remember: Almost everything in climatology follows from this one central phenomenon.
1. Löbert, G.: A new theory of gravitation and its impact on cosmology; stellar evolution; galaxy dynamics; the power source of stars, coronas and intergalactic gases; supermassive/superdense bodies; cosmic jets; and the generation of longitudinal gravitational (vacuum density) waves and their action on the Sun and the Earth (e.g. world climate). Munich 1993.
3. The post of Sept. 19, 2008 in Google "Gerhard, pakteahouse"
4. The post of March 24, 2009 in Google "Gerhard, pakteahouse"