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The Thermohydrogravidynamic Theory Concerning the First Forthcoming Subrange 2020 ÷ 2026 AD of the Increased Intensification of the Earth

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DOI: 10.22606/nhmp.2019.32001

Author(s)
Sergey V. Simonenko
Affiliation(s)
V.I. Il’ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, 43 Baltiyskaya St., Vladivostok, 690041, Russia
Abstract
The article presents the subsequent development of the established thermohydrogravidynamic theory (intended for deterministic prediction of the temporal intensifications of the global and regional seismotectonic, volcanic and climatic activity of the Earth) based on the author’s generalized differential formulation of the first law of thermodynamics extending the classical Gibbs’ formulation by taking into account (along with the classical infinitesimal change of heat δQ and the classical infinitesimal change of the internal thermal energy dUτ) the established differential energy gravitational influence dG (due to the cosmic and terrestrial non-stationary gravitation) on the continuum region τ along with the established differential increment dKτ of the macroscopic kinetic energy, the established differential increment dΠτ of the gravitational potential energy and the established generalized expression for the differential work δAnp,∂τ done by the non-potential terrestrial stress forces (determined by the symmetric stress tensor T) acting on the boundary surface ∂τ of the individual finite continuum region τ subjected to the non-stationary Newtonian gravitation. Taking into account the combined solar and planetary integral energy gravitational influence of the internal rigid core τc,r of the Earth τ3 during the considered range (2004 ÷ 2026) AD, the author presents (on May 30, 2018) the foundation (based on the established and confirmed global prediction thermohydrogravidynamic principles determining the strongest temporal intensifications of the global and regional seismotectonic, volcanic and climatic activity of the Earth) of the established first forthcoming subrange (2020 ÷ 2026) AD of the increased intensification of the global seismotectonic, volcanic, climatic and magnetic activity of the Earth related with the maximal (near t*(τc,r, 2021)=2021.1 AD)) and the minimal (near t*(τc,r, 2021)=2021.65 AD)) combined cosmic (planetary and solar) integral energy gravitational influences on the internal rigid core of the Earth.
Keywords
Thermohydrogravidynamic theory, generalized formulation of the first law of thermodynamics, non-stationary cosmic gravitation, global seismicity, global volcanic and climatic activity, natural disasters of the Earth.
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