DOI: https://doi.org/10.30836/igs.1025-6814.2013.4.138989

КОСМІЧНИЙ ФАКТОР "НАДЛИШКОВОГО" ТЕПЛОВИДІЛЕННЯ В НАДРАХ ЗЕМЛІ І ПЛАНЕТ. СТАТТЯ 5. ЙМОВІРНІ ТЕПЛОГЕНЕРУЮЧІ ЧАСТИНКИ

O.M. MAKARENKO

Анотація


 Крім радіогенної енергії, в надрах Землі діє "додаткове" джерело енергії, яке має космічне походження, модулюється положенням і напрямком руху Сонячної системи в Галактиці. Фактором, що призводить до виділення енергії, може бути темна матерія галактичного диска. Можливі кандидати, що спричиняють виділення енергії: елементарні частинки четвертої генерації, аксіони, магнітні монополі, малі чорні дірки та ін.


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космічне джерело внутрішньої енергії Землі та планет; галактичний теплогенеруючий фактор; виділення тепла в надрах Землі та планет за допомогою темної матерії

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Zaharijas G., Farrar G. R. Window in the dark matter exclusion limits // Phys. Rev. D. – 2005. – Vol. 72, № 083502.





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