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Some Lorentz Forces Acting both in the Earth's Atmosphere and on the Earth's Surface
Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2020, Pages: 15-21
Received: Oct. 24, 2020; Accepted: Nov. 18, 2020; Published: Nov. 30, 2020
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Yuri Pivovarenko, Research and Training Centre ‘Physical and Chemical Materials Science, Under Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University and NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
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Due to the daily rotation of the Earth, both its surface and atmosphere are constantly crossed by the lines of force of the geomagnetic field. The Lorentz force arising in this case constantly acts both on the surface of the Earth and in the earth's atmosphere, distributing charges so that positive ones move upwards, and negative ones – downwards. Naturally, the action of such a Lorentz force is manifested in a number of terrestrial and atmospheric phenomena, both well known and considered not entirely clear. It is also natural to want to use this Lorentz force as a source of constantly renewed energy. To this end, it is useful to analyze some well-known terrestrial phenomena that clearly demonstrate the capabilities of this Lorentz force. It is equally useful to analyze the possible use of this Lorentz force by aliens for both UFO flights and for abducting earthlings. One way or another, a number of hard-to-explain phenomena observed when a UFO appears, gets a completely acceptable explanation if we take into account both the action of this very Lorentz force and its energy intensity. Although the interpretation of both well-studied and little-studied phenomena proposed here may seem controversial, it deserves consideration, like everything new.
Earth, Magnetism, Renewable Energy Sources, Optical Tweezers, Levitation, Abduction
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Yuri Pivovarenko, Some Lorentz Forces Acting both in the Earth's Atmosphere and on the Earth's Surface, Advances. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2020, pp. 15-21. doi: 10.11648/j.advances.20200101.13
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