Modeling of global temperature control
A natural mechanism is proposed for heating and cooling the surface of the Earth so that all living beings can live in a consistent comfortable temperature condition throughout the seasons. To accomplish this, photon particles are remodeled by implementing the Bose–Einstein (B–E) dormant photonic dynamics of the Earth surface plane. Simply, the proposed decoded B–E photons are induced by the photonic band-gap of the Earth’s surface to convert solar photons into cooling-state photons, here named Hossain cooling photons (HcP−s), which will eventually cool the Earth’s surface. Interestingly, an HcP− can be converted into a thermostate photon, named the Hossain thermal photon (HtP−), by implementing the Higgs boson (H → γγ−) electromagnetic quantum fields utilized by the Earth’s electromagnetic force. The H → γγ− quantum field of the Earth surface plane has an extremely small weak force, which will force the electrically charged HcP− quantum to convert into an HtP− to naturally heat the Earth’s surface. The formation of HcP− particles from the photon particles and then the conversion of HcP− to HtP− are proven by a set of mathematical tests in this research, which reveals the feasibility that the deformed photons (HcP− and HtP−) can actively interact with the Earth’s surface to naturally cool and heat the Earth.
Environment, Development and Sustainability
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Hossain, Md Faruque, "Modeling of global temperature control" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5033.