Humanity Lives on the Cosmic Microwave

Vitaly A. Prisyazhniuk *

Research and Design Institute for Basic Chemistry NIOCHIM, Mironositskaya St. 25, 61046 Kharkiv, Ukraine and Institute of Problem in Mechanical Engineering at the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, Dmitry Pozharsky Str., 2/10, 61046 Kharkiv, Ukraine.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Seismologists and volcanologists have no answer to the question of what is the source of energy for volcanoes and earthquakes. A hypothesis is proposed and substantiated that the energy supplier is the Sun. Microwave and induction ovens are a public example of the transformation of high-frequency radiation energy into heat. The filtering of certain frequencies of radiation by a metal grid raised into the stratosphere can dampen the destructive effect of earthquakes and erupting volcanoes.

Keywords: Sun`s electromagnetic radiation, energy, earthquakes, erupting volcanoes, absorption-emission spectra, high frequency heating


How to Cite

Prisyazhniuk , V. A. (2023). Humanity Lives on the Cosmic Microwave. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, 27(2), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.9734/jgeesi/2023/v27i2660

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