Empirical investigation on influence of Moon’s gravitational-field to Earth’s global temperature
Keywords:global temperature, Moon’s gravitational field, gravitational wave, multicollinearity
AbstractThis research examined a possibility of the Moon’s gravitational-wave that may influence Earth’s global temperature, with a mathematical method of empirical analysis with the data of the global temperature, global carbon dioxide, and the distance between Moon and Earth. We made the regression analysis of the global temperature over the factors of Moon’s gravitational field taken from the General Theory of Relativity and from the Newton’s gravity theory, with the data of the carbon-dioxide. The result shows that Newton’s gravitational field is related to Earth’s global temperature, while the influence of Moon’s gravitational wave is negligible. However, we also found a possibility that the gravitational wave could contribute to Moon’s gravitational-field upon the analysis of multicollinearity of two factors taken from Newton’s theory and the General Theory of Relativity.
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