ABSTRACT. - Some considerations on telluric influences upon the Earth’s climate. The paper puts forward some hypotheses on the subject and the possible climate changes they may engender on the Globe, e.g. the presence of „hot” and „cold” spots under the cover of the Earth; of the hydrothermal field surrounding active subaquatic volcanoes; variations in the convective currents inside the Earth’s hot core; relationship between hot and cold spots underneath the crust and cyclonic and anti-cyclonic storms on the Globe; the influence of the centrifugal force inside the Earth on the intesification of hot spots in the median section of the Planet, more precisely in the inter-tropical zone, triggering the most violent storms there 66 in; relationship between maximum and minimum solar activity and the Earth’s hot core and glacial and inter-glacial phases; the similitude between the astronomic activity of other planets and of the Earth.
Key-words: telluric influences, hot spots, meteo-climatic hazards, climate change.
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