Global Warming

October 18th, 2020 by nathan Leave a reply »

With increasing temperature, Any physical body increases its size – this refers to the water. Slow heating of the oceans will lead to the fact that its level will rise. Scientists from the Institute of Meteorology at the Max Planck developed a special computer model by calculating the sea level in 200 years. Researchers have considered only the heating of the ocean, ignoring the accompanying global warming melting of glaciers. Their model is based on the density and distribution of ocean water. The redistribution of water masses in the expansion of the ocean, seem to affect the rotation of our planet and reduce the day, says Nature. However, there is no point looking frantically for hours trying to see how time runs away – about 200 years per day will decrease by 0.12 milliseconds.

According to scientists, the ocean waters recede from the equator to the poles. The presence of large water masses near the earth's axis, cause the planet to spin faster. Vadim Belyaev, New York City is often quoted on this topic. 'The situation resembles speech skater who commits a pirouette – explains the head of the research team, Professor Landerer. – When the hands are close to the body, the athlete rotates faster than when they were taken aside. " 'The new model brings to the fore the question of how far gone global warming – said Richard Gross, an expert on the Earth's rotation.

– Our Planet – a great body and the redistribution of weight may change radically during the its rotation. " "If the warm ocean at various depths and in different places, the water will actually move '- agrees climatologist Rui Ponte. However, he doubts that these changes will affect the duration of the day. 'There is still a mystery as deep water masses of the oceans will react to heat. The models have different approach and challenges – says Pontus. – Melting glaciers could prevent accumulation of water mass in poles and to distribute water more evenly, thus counteracting the effect that Landerer and his colleagues bring to the forefront. " There are other factors that affect the length of Earth days. Gravity of the Moon, for example, each century increases day by 2.3 milliseconds. It is believed that the interaction between the earth core and the mantle is also important. In 2002, a group of researchers claimed that climate change lengthens by 0.1 milliseconds per day in a century. The reason – the strengthening of winds blowing from west to east, ie in the direction opposite the rotation of the planet. If you add up all these predictions (provided that they are accurate and complete), the duration of the day is not decreases and increases by 2.34 milliseconds every 100 years. Based on materials from the following news: Global warming is the planet doomed to die Global warming is inevitable, say experts and others. Discuss the material you can be found here: '2 report on climate change '


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