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01.10.2008
17:58

THE DAYS OF SAINT PETERSBURG PHILOSOPHY - 2008

30.06.2008
18:37

Philosophy of Mathematics: Actual Problems

18.06.2007
12:13

MASTER Team Science Release: Discovery of the Black Hole Ergosphere?

24.10.2006
10:50

The International Conference "The International Conference"

29.03.2004
15:54

New domestic processor MCST-R500

09.03.2004
14:00

MASTER is the first russian asteroid factory

25.01.2004
12:51

New Russian "Volga"

17.12.2003
15:00

Russian physicists awarded Nobel Prize

28.11.2003
16:46

Fantastic hetch of Russian physician

11.11.2003
19:33

Aurora on Moscow sky

01.11.2003
11:47

ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON SOUND AND VIBRATION (ICSV11)

16.10.2003
18:58

The first and lonely russian robot-human

06.10.2003
14:40

FRONTIERS OF NONLINEAR PHYSICS

02.10.2003
18:30

MASTER - is the first russian robotic telescope for observations Gamma-Ray Bursts

07.10.2002
14:17

Optical Fiber Sensor at 900 C

10.09.2002
13:24

Inflatable Equipment for Rescue and Descent

24.05.2002
17:16

Isotopically Pure Materials from Russia

16.04.2002
19:31

Hothouse Catastrophe.

    Karnaukhov A.V. ("The role of Biosphere in the Formation of Earth Climate. A Greenhouse Catastrophe", Biophysics, Vol. 46, No. 6, 2001, pp 1138-1121) :

    There are many processes both in animated and in inanimated nature which affect chemical composition of the atmosphere and the temperature balance of the Earth. Analysis of the processes involved gives strong evidence that there are no biospheric mechanisms for effective carbon dioxide expelling from the atmosphere. Moreover, in inanimated nature there are some potentially dangerous sources of CO 2 which could be activated in the result of the Earth's average temperature increase. Chemical composition of the atmosphere can not be maintained stable due to natural supporting systems because the human activity destroyed climate-forming biocenosis processes. In turn, after chemical composition of the atmosphere having been destroyed, the concentration of hothouse gases, CO 2 and H 2 O, would begin to rise in an uncontrolled way. The respective changes in the Earth's climate, including average planetary temperature increasing up to 100 - 1500 degrees C, would make the life on the planet impossible (at least, in its current form). A radiative-adiabatic model of the hothouse effect allows asymptotic estimates to be obtained in a wide range of hothouse gases concentration variability and the Earth's average temperature changes. Based on the radiative-adiabatic model of the hothouse effect an integral model is given for the Earth's climate changes which takes into account thermal inertia of oceans and aerosol pollution of the upper layers of the atmosphere. An inevitable, catastrophic Earth's climate change (hothouse catastrophe) is shown to be able to happen in a relatively near future, in some 200 - 300 years.

    On the picture you see Temperature vs years.

    Hothouse Catastrophe

    lex Karnauhov

    Karnaukhov A.V. "The role of Biosphere in the Formation of Earth Climate. AGreenhouse Catastrophe", Biophysics, Vol. 46, No. 6, 2001, pp 1138-1121.


    Translated by Nataliya Lipunova

12.04.2002
13:23

First Man in Space - 41 Years Ago Sharp!

27.03.2002
22:20

SPACE LIFE in METEORITES?

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