14 - The layers of the atmosphere

14.1 - Evaluation of the extreme distances in the atmosphere for n<21

 As by the evaluation for the earth inside the lengths l' (for the atmosphere) are picked out from the table of the distances of the extreme layers ((table in chapter 12.2) and are sorted after size.

 In memory: The distances l' were won from the following equation:
 All values are used for n<21 up to a centre distance of 7000 km. This corresponds to a (atmospheric) height of 700 km. Out of this the following table arises:

 Centre distance n m k km 6991,974235 11 4 4 6989,489849 18 17 12 6982,492536 14 5 5 6982,090972 5 2 2 6977,163231 20 17 13 6974,597677 17 6 6 6968,255807 20 7 7 6960,739283 19 15 12 6938,821886 18 18 12 6938,432741 19 11 10 6931,394797 15 15 10 6917,72871 12 12 8 6904,770349 18 6 6 6898,142822 15 5 5 6888,231994 9 9 6 6885,92672 12 4 4 6866,204466 17 10 9 6859,464698 9 3 3 6846,251729 19 6 6 6841,340061 11 9 7 6829,912483 16 5 5 6804,587013 13 4 4 6804,172188 6 6 4 6796,70431 20 6 6 6783,318793 6 2 2 6782,436594 14 12 9 6779,690655 15 9 8 6773,908095 17 5 5 6771,524129 19 13 11 6771,034958 20 18 13 6769,07209 17 15 11 6760,482429 10 3 3 6755,606221 20 11 10 6752,915731 13 10 8 6745,118313 17 12 10 6740,779379 14 4 4 6733,302229 15 11 9 6727,352183 18 5 5 6689,771048 15 4 4 6688,253229 11 3 3 6688,218278 19 5 5 6674,749063 13 8 7 6666,665219 7 2 2 6664,012528 16 13 10 6657,90373 18 10 9 6654,998569 20 5 5 6649,655949 20 19 13 6648,333478 16 4 4 6638,166337 19 16 12 6633,883933 12 3 3 6614,200568 17 4 4 6612,718126 18 14 11 6601,072142 17 16 11 6597,933215 20 15 12 6592,213885 8 2 2 6591,907977 13 3 3 6585,742391 18 4 4 6561,761484 19 4 4 6558,809342 14 3 3 6546,103523 11 7 6 6545,820442 17 17 11 6541,736286 9 2 2 6541,361614 20 4 4 6537,861205 16 9 8 6534,421624 14 13 9 6532,240499 15 3 3 6510,60351 20 13 11 6510,584162 16 3 3 6505,909824 10 2 2 6492,695959 17 3 3 6484,622839 19 10 9 6479,551554 11 2 2 6477,747262 18 3 3 6465,125883 19 3 3 6459,588513 12 2 2 6454,371461 20 3 3 6453,386497 14 14 9 6444,102959 13 2 2 6437,717596 11 10 7 6436,871726 18 12 10 6431,846936 14 2 2 6421,979536 15 2 2 6414,918092 19 17 12 6413,917146 16 2 2 6407,244332 17 2 2 6401,658791 18 2 2 6396,936261 19 2 2 6392,907514 20 2 2 6388,26348 9 6 5 6386,948305 14 8 7 6359,11661 16 11 9 6355,758426 n 1 1

 If one puts down the found distance values of the magnetic layers on a picture of the atmosphere (height<300 km), the following illustration 14.1 arises: Illustration 14.1 - Stratifications of the atmosphere and magnetic stratifications for n<21 In the areas of the ozone-, D-, E- and F-layer it comes to aggregations respectively compressions of magnetic stratifications. Also well to be seen is that the rooms between ozone-, D-, E- and F-layer belong to the oscillation spectrum. The values of the magnetic stratification spectrum for n<21 fit in the atmospheric stratifications. All found distance values establish the maximal possible stratification spectrum for n<21.

14.2 - Evaluation of the averages

 As by the evaluation for the earth inside, the lengths l' for the atmosphere were picked out from the table of the distances of the extreme layers and were sorted after size. 92 values exist on a distance of 636 km. This corresponds to a cut of 6.9 km per value. All distances with lower difference than the cut value are looked here. As to be seen, one can summarise these distances to areas. The distances which lie in an area, have been marked in the table in the same colour. The average won from it, respectively the converted height, can be found in both right columns of the table. It is worth: Height = average distance - 6371 km 6,371 km is the middle earth radius as used in the astronomy and geophysics.

 Centre distance Difference Average distance Height Atmosphere km km km km 6991,974235 2,48 6990,732 619,732 6989,489849 7,00 6982,492536 0,40 6982,090972 4,93 6977,163231 6976,920 605,920 2,57 6974,597677 6,34 6968,255807 7,52 6960,739283 21,92 6938,821886 0,39 6938,627 567,627 6938,432741 7,04 6931,394797 13,67 6917,72871 12,96 6904,770349 6,63 6901,456 530,456 6898,142822 9,91 6888,231994 2,31 6887,079 516,079 6885,92672 19,72 6866,204466 6,74 6862,834 491,835 6859,464698 13,21 6846,251729 4,91 6843,795 472,796 6841,340061 11,43 6829,912483 25,33 6804,587013 0,41 6804,379 433,380 6804,172188 7,47 6796,70431 13,39 6783,318793 0,88 6782,436594 2,75 6779,690655 5,78 6773,908095 6775,855 404,855 2,38 6771,524129 0,49 6771,034958 1,96 6769,07209 8,59 6760,482429 4,88 6755,606221 6756,334 385,335 2,69 6752,915731 7,80 6745,118313 4,34 6742,948 371,949 6740,779379 7,48 6733,302229 5,95 6730,327 359,327 6727,352183 37,58 6689,771048 1,52 6688,253229 6688,747 317,748 0,03 6688,218278 13,47 6674,749063 8,08 6666,665219 2,65 6664,012528 6,11 6657,90373 2,91 6656,928 285,928 6654,998569 5,34 6649,655949 1,32 6648,333478 10,17 6638,166337 4,28 6636,025 265,025 6633,883933 19,68 6614,200568 1,48 6613,459 242,459 6612,718126 11,65 6601,072142 3,14 6597,933215 5,72 6592,213885 6593,773 222,774 0,31 6591,907977 6,17 6585,742391 23,98 6561,761484 2,95 6560,285 189,285 6558,809342 12,71 6546,103523 0,28 6545,820442 4,08 6541,736286 0,37 6541,361614 6539,935 168,935 3,50 6537,861205 3,44 6534,421624 2,18 6532,240499 21,64 6510,60351 0,02 6510,584162 6509,032 138,032 4,67 6505,909824 13,21 6492,695959 8,07 6484,622839 5,07 6479,551554 6480,640 109,641 1,80 6477,747262 12,62 6465,125883 5,54 6459,588513 5,22 6458,118 87,118 6454,371461 0,98 6453,386497 9,28 6444,102959 6,39 6437,717596 0,85 6437,634 66,635 6436,871726 5,02 6431,846936 9,87 6421,979536 7,06 6414,918092 1,00 6413,917146 6,67 6407,244332 5,59 6401,658791 6400,349 29,349 4,72 6396,936261 4,03 6392,907514 4,64 6388,26348 1,32 6386,948305 27,83 6359,11661 3,36 6355,758426

 If one puts down the found averages for the magnetic extreme layers on a picture of the atmosphere (height <300 km), the following illustration 14.2 arises: Illustration 14.2 - Stratifications of the atmosphere and average layers
 The averages virtually show the areas in which it comes to aggregations of magnetic stratifications. All values of the average spectrum fit in the atmospheric stratifications. Also well to be seen is, that the rooms between D-, E- and F-layer likewise belong to the oscillation spectrum, i.e. the complete atmosphere shows an oscillation phenomenon.

14.3 - Evaluation of the distances in the atmosphere

 If one takes the borders of the atmospheric layers and looks for oscillation distances which lie nearby, the following table occours:

 Layer Height centre distance elected n m k Ozon 30 6401 6401,658 18 2 2 Ozon 50 6421 6421,979 15 2 2 D 60 6431 6431,846 14 2 2 D 70 6441 6444,102 13 2 2 E 100 6471 6477,747 18 3 3 E 6479,551 11 2 2 E E 140 6511 6510,603 20 13 11 E 6510,584 16 3 3 E 6505,909 10 2 2 F 180 6551 6558,809 14 3 3 F 6546,103 11 7 6 F 6545,820 17 17 11 F 6541,736 9 2 2 F F 300 6671 6674,749 13 8 7 F 6666,665 7 2 2

 As is to be seen, oscillations with m=2 and k=2 near the atmospheric borders appear as increased.. Putting the values for m and k in the equation for l' delivers:

 If one uses successively the values 1,2.3 ... for n in the above equation, the following table arises:

 n centre distance Height 1 31778,792 25407 2 11621,041 5250 3 8280,127 1909 4 7365,952 994,9 5 6982,090 611,1 6 6783,318 412,3 7 6666,665 295,6 8 6592,213 221,2 9 6541,736 170,7 10 6505,909 134,9 11 6479,551 108,5 12 6459,588 88,5 13 6444,102 73,1 14 6431,846 60,8 15 6421,979 50,9 16 6413,917 42,9 17 6407,244 36,2 18 6401,658 30,6 19 6396,936 25,9 20 6392,907 21,9

 If one puts down the calculated values of the magnetic layers on a picture of the atmosphere (height<300 km), the following picture arises: Illustration 14.3 - Stratifications of the atmosphere and calculated magnetic layers for 6

14.4 - Result

 The following result can be derived from the previous considerations:

 An oscillation structure forms the base of the layer construction of the atmosphere This oscillation structure stands in relation to the magnetic oscillation spectrumi.e. the layer distances, referred to the centre of the earth, are directly deducible from the magnetic distances

 For 6

 Because the ozone-, D-, E and F-layer establish the electrically conducting layers of the atmosphere, that implies the magnetic extreme layers supply the basis for this conductivity. The magnetic field is afflicted by light variations, is so not quite constant. However, this would have to be enough to induce a suitable electrical field. Is called: A part of the electric earth field is induced by the magnetic earth field. Because the magnetic oscillation structure stands in relation to the bowl construction of the earth and also to the stratifications of the atmosphere, the consequence is all together that the layers of the atmosphere show no pure surface phenomenon of this planet, but above the magnetic field, are connected with the inside of the earth. And from it results, that climate and weather of the earth are connected with the magnetic field. The natural water- and air transports on the earth and in the atmosphere show also electric charge transports. And a moved electric charge finds out (experiences) in a magnetic field a force, the Lorentz force (F=Q·v x B). With east-west or west-east current this leads to a force which points radial down or upwards. The intensity of the grid fields amounts to about 14-16% of the complete intensity. Locally seen may be these very small forces, but because they are effective everywhere on the earth, they would have some influence on the global air/clouds/water currents. The connections described here are not taken into consideration in all present weather or climate models at all. It would be still considered which influence probably a change of the earth magnetic field on the atmosphere and their processes would have. There is here a certain probability, that the changes in climate of the last years, are induced partly by the likewise changing magnetic field. Because certain layers of the atmosphere are connected with frequency, so to electromagnetic activities, there can be thought an electromagnetic emitter system with which a certain bowl, directly with certain frequency, is moved into oscillation. And today this already happens. As an example the US-American Haarp project which is treated in the chapter 19 in detail is to be mentioned here.

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