Volume No. 12 Issue No.: 1 Page No.: 8-14 July-September 2017

 

STUDIES A TYPICAL BEHAVIOR OF EARTH DURING TSUNAMI 2011 IN JAPAN

 

Mondal Nagendra Nath

Department of Physics, Techno India Batanagar, West Bengal (INDIA)

 

Received on : May 22, 2017

 

ABSTRACT

 

In this article we report bizarre etiquette of earth by studying its motion that makes tsunami in 2011. The report is framed on zenith angle, rotational angle and temperature of the earth; those data have been recorded since 2007. After analysis those data of months February April at around 11:00 AM inconsistencies among the astronomical parameters have been found. During tsunami the change of zenith angle is about 1.11% per hour. The average rate of change of zenith angles in 2007, 2011 and 2016 respectively are 25?/day, 23?42??/day and 17?24??/day, and average change of rotational angles are found respectively to be 65o15?, 71o11? and 63o46?.Because of the changes of zenith and rotational angles over the past and present decades, average temperature of the local area increases about 10% in 2016 than that of 2007. Remarkable variations of those astronomical parameters show offbeat motions of the earth and may strive for tsunamis in 2008, 2009, 2011and earthquake in 2015 along with other disasters.

 

Keywords : Disaster, Motion, Tsunami, Vector, Zenith angle

 

 

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