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Russian Scientists Explain Reasons for Anomalous Weather Changes
30.07.2015 15:29
Russian Scientists Explain Reasons for Anomalous Weather Changes

According to the Russian scientist Vladimir Syvorotkin, Dr. Sci. in Geology and Mineralogy, the recent weather anomalies are related to processes in the Earth's interior.

      Cyclic processes of the planet’ life and gaseous breath of the Earth’s core are their cornerstone.

      The scientist believes that deep processes in the Earth interior develop into volcano eruptions, which in turn lead to big emissions of hydrogen and destruction of the ozone layer. Presently there are three big ozone holes and they are located over Japan, Southwest Siberia and the Black Sea coast. Hence is the anomalous heat experienced in these regions recently.

According to the expert, the central part of Russia including Moscow is located at the interface between two anomalous zones. It provokes weather cataclysms such as thunder-storms, hurricanes and huge temperature swings.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Climate     

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