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Solar, Lunar and Venus Roles in Some Global Climatic Events

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106419, PP. 1-28

Subject Areas: Geology, Environmental Sciences

Keywords: Freon of Global Air Conditioner, 100 Years Frequency of North Atlantic Hurricanes, Indian Air Wheels and Monsoons, Solar, Lunar, and Venus Drag of Monsoons, Lunar Apsidal and Nodal Precessions Cycles Drive Floods in Pakistan, Venus Lapses Boosted Global Hazards

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Any substantial and extraordinary role of a Solar, Lunar or Venus in the huge rise in present Global Heat Contents (GHC), Temperature, Hurricanes, storms, wildfires and resulting worldwide huge growth in calamities after 1965/70 was denied on the ground that no sizeable change in activities of these bodies matching in timings, stature and persistency with the Global Heat and Temperature (GHT), etc. was observed or reported. Yet their activities are contributing and these may be mishandled by any unscientific or illogical event or operation. Thus their roles have been reviewed in the light of some events and their possible correlation has been established for development planners and scientific community to revisit, review and revise the ongoing illogical and inappropriate activities for human welfare and safe existence of life on the earth Globe.

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Nazeer, M. M. (2020). Solar, Lunar and Venus Roles in Some Global Climatic Events. Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6419. doi:


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