Q11. Peter Jakubowski; Earth’s climate

Peter Jakubowski is a physicist and universal philosopher who has expanded his Unified Physics into the Unified Description of the entire Universe, including that of life and human consciousness. The World Formula he has discovered will fundamentally change all natural sciences and the technologies based on them.

The aim of this small but important book is to provide the best possible substantiated arguments and research results on the Earth's climate. The Naturics model of Earth's climate is so far the only one based on the embedding of the Solar System in its vast Cosmic Hierarchy. The model makes the reconstruction and prediction of changes in global climate over millennia not only possible, but also reliable.

The book begins with the seemingly provocative question: "Does climate change also occur on our moon?" The first part of the book describes the theoretical basis of the Naturics model of the Earth's climate. The three most important consequences of the quantisation of the universe are:

1) The Unified Family of All Physical Quantities (defined in Chapters 1.1 and 1.3);

2) The Universal Spectrum of Matter-Mind Quanta (defined in Chapter 1.2); and

3) The Cosmic Hierarchy of the Solar System (defined in Chapters 1.4 and 1.5).

The implications of the unification of physics for all of science are overwhelming (see the appendix of the book). One of the most exciting of these is the discovery of the World Formula (Chapter 1.3). No less exciting is the new model of today's Solar System, together with its formation more than 7 billion years ago (chapters 2.1 and 2.2). The most important practical consequence is the definition of the Universal Cosmic Time Scale, which in turn leads to a new, surprising history of mankind (Chapter 2.3).

On this broad basis, the theory of the Earth's climate can be formulated on just one page (51). The movements of the Earth (along with the entire Solar System within the Cosmic Hierarchy) through the zones of space with different energy densities cause the fluctuations in the intensity of energy transfer to Earth that we perceive as the fluctuations (or changes) in Earth's global climate.

Part 2 of the book presents a simple practical method for calculating the relative changes in the intensity of this energy transfer to Earth. The modulators of this intensity are freely selectable in the climate model. The length of the period to be calculated and the accuracy of the calculation are also freely selectable. Chapter 3 describes (for copying) all the details of a climate reconstruction and prediction between the years 347 and 2510, and Chapter 4 does the same for the centuries 20 and 21.

Part 3 of the book goes much further into our past, into the times of the birth of our modern Genus and Species Homo sapiens Sapiens (Chapters 5 and 6). Chapter 7 once again illustrates the prediction of the future development of the Earth's global climate over the next five centuries.

The consequences of the calculated changes in the global climate in the near and distant future for us humans are serious. The most important realisation is that we will soon be entering the new "Little Ice Age", which is already beginning today, will deepen towards the middle of the 21st century and will reach its coldest phase in the 24th century. We must prepare our children and grandchildren for this. We must give them the chance to survive these cold phases with the limited resources of the earth, without damage to world democracy. The two most important tasks here are: radical environmental protection and a restructuring of our global community.

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