THE THERMOHYDROGRAVIDYNAMIC TECHNOLOGY OF EVALUATION OF THE MAXIMAL MAGNITUDE OF THE STRONGEST EARTHQUAKE OF THE EARTH REALIZED NEAR THE LOCAL MAXIMAL COMBINED PLANETARY AND SOLAR INTEGRAL ENERGY GRAVITATIONAL INFLUENCE ON THE INTERNAL RIGID CORE OF THE EARTH

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SERGEY V. SIMONENKO

Abstract

We consider (on May 25, 2021 AD) the radio-active problem of the global environmental ecology related with the established [1-5] first subrange (2020 ÷ 2026) AD of the increased intensification of the global seismotectonic, volcanic, climatic and magnetic activity of the Earth determined by the combined cosmic (planetary and solar) integral energy gravitational influences on the internal rigid core  of the Earth. We have shown that the strongest (characterized by the magnitude M= 9.0 according to the U.S. Geological Survey) Japanese  earthquake (occurred on March 11, 2011 in the Tohoku region and resulted to the great ecological disaster related with radio-active contamination in the Tohoku region) was realized near the  calculated [4] date   (corresponding approximately to April 7, 2011)  of the local maximum (for 2011 AD) of the combined cosmic (planetary and solar) integral energy gravitational influence on the internal rigid core  of the Earth. To diminish the ecological problems due to the possible ecological disasters related with radio-active contamination (owing to the increased intensification of the global seismotectonic activity of the Earth) near the active nuclear reactors of the world, we have presented (on May 25, 2021 AD) the fundamentals of the thermohydrogravidynamic technology for the reasonable evaluation of the magnitude  (which is very close to the real magnitude M= 9.0) of the strongest earthquake of the Earth occurred on March 11, 2011 AD near the previously calculated date  of the local maximum (for 2011 AD) of the combined planetary and solar integral energy gravitational influence on the internal rigid core of the Earth.

Keywords:
Thermohydrogravidynamic theory, non-stationary cosmic gravitation, generalized first law of thermodynamics, cosmic geology, cosmic geophysics, cosmic seismology, global ecology, global seismotectonic, volcanic and climatic processes, ecological disasters

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SIMONENKO, S. V. (2021). THE THERMOHYDROGRAVIDYNAMIC TECHNOLOGY OF EVALUATION OF THE MAXIMAL MAGNITUDE OF THE STRONGEST EARTHQUAKE OF THE EARTH REALIZED NEAR THE LOCAL MAXIMAL COMBINED PLANETARY AND SOLAR INTEGRAL ENERGY GRAVITATIONAL INFLUENCE ON THE INTERNAL RIGID CORE OF THE EARTH. Journal of Global Ecology and Environment, 12(1), 21-34. Retrieved from https://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOGEE/article/view/6698
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