Volume No. 13 Issue No.: 02 Page No.: 181-185 October-December 2018

 

DEFICIT OF HIGHER FREQUENCY PHOTONS IN SOLAR SPECTRUM TRANSFORMS GREENERY TO DESERTIFICATION

 

Mondal Nagendra Nath

Faculty of Physics, Techno International -Batanagar, B-7/360 Putkhali, Maheshtala, Kolkata, West Bengal, (INDIA)

 

Received on : July 29, 2018

 

ABSTRACT

 

The earth is the only known planet in the universe where creatures can survive due to its affable climate. But this ambiance has been changing since its born by the natural and manmade disasters. Desertification is a process by which fertile lands transforms into desert when climatic change, deforestation, draught, and improper agriculture take place. Not only those but recent observations also show that solar spectrum may play a vital role of this transformation. Since 2006 local temperature, zenith and rotational angles of earth and color intensities of solar spectrum have been recording. Results show that earth has been falling in aperiodical nature. Intensities of colors and the temperature have been changing as well. Oxygen is the core intake of living beings and that comes from Photosynthesis where solar spectrum and green leaves play crucial roles. Recently ratios of different color intensities have been measured by colored LEDs in Kalyani (8826? E, 2258? N), Dubai (5516? E, 2512? N), New York (7356? W, 4043? N), Philadelphia (759? W, 3957? N) and Orlando (8122? E, 2832? N). The differences of ratios between Dubai with other places are significant (~ 62 %) in average that may cause the deforestation. Environment in Kalyani with other places in the United States are trivial and climates during the summer are almost same except Dubai. In the following sections these issues are described.

 

Keywords : Higher frequency photons, Solar spectrum, Desertification, Climate change

 

 

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