NON-RADIOGENIC HEAT EMISSION IN BOWELS OF THE EARTH AND PLANETS AND ITS POSSIBLE COSMIC NATURE

Oleksandr Makarenko

Abstract


A new phenomenon was discovered - excessive heating of depths of large Solar system bodies by their internal energy sources of cosmic origin, being modulated by position and direction of the Solar system motion in the Galaxy. This allows suggesting the presence of some heat-generating factor in the galactic space. Its influence leads to the energy emission in bowels of cosmic bodies. The dark matter particles may be the probable candidate for such a heat-generating factor. Influence of gravitational factors is also possible.


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