This paper proposes to demonstrate that, on Terra’s surface, there are cycles of air’s temperature (almost perfect), which can be explained just by the lunar parallax’s cycles.
It is known that the lunar parallax represents the angle under which the Earth’s equatorial horizontal radius can be seen from the moon. It is understood that a higher value of the lunar parallax indicates us a shorter distance between Earth and moon, while a smaller value shows us a longer distance between the two celestial bodies. Through the atmospheric tides caused mainly by the moon, the sea tides are occurred, which also cause the Rossby waves, those which impose a certain atmospheric circulation, and that makes the high and low of the temperature evolve.
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