ABSTRACT: For the first time, the most plausible explanation is provided with unprecedented detail why temperature varies with height from earth based on author‟s two previously reported breakthrough findings in physics. (i) 235-Uranium fission powers Sunlight phenomenon by Padmanabha Rao Effect . (ii) Short wavelengths travel fast . The current successful explanation on variation in atmospheric temperatureswith height does not support the traditional wisdom that absorption of UV and X-rays by ozone, greenhouse gases vary the temperatures. The current paper unfolds that most Sunlight does not reach beyond 84 km height. The solar beta, gamma, and X-ray emissions from 235-Uranium fission products (radioisotopes) first produce Bharat Radiation, which in turn produce bright Sunlight,
which includes EUV, UV, visible light and near infrared radiation from 84 to 50 km height and again below 10 km height above earth. Essentially, the near infrared radiation is responsible for increase in atmospheric temperatures to around 17°C within 5 km height from the surface of the earth, while EUV is responsible for lowering atmospheric temperatures to sub-zero levels at 100 to 84 km height and again from 50 to 20 km height.
ABSTRACT:Atmospheric and surface temperatures of planets have been attributed so far to the density of the atmospheric gases, despite lack of the necessary experimental evidences.The current paper explains presence of near infrared radiation, visible light, UV, EUV, Bharat radiation, and β, γ and X-ray emissions from 235Uranium fission taking place on Sun‟s core surface in atmospheric layers control atmospheric temperatures of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
and Neptune by two different mechanisms. The first mechanism unfolds gradual decline in surface temperatures of planets is due to their location in near infrared radiation, visible light, UV, and EUV zones in space. Atmospheric temperatures around 2,000° C above 500 km height above Earth owes to near infrared radiation, fall to 250°C from 500 km to 110 km to visible light, fall to around -85 °C from 110 to 100 km to UV,fall to around -125°C from 100 to 90 km to EUV, and the same -125°C from 90 to 84 km to Bharat Radiation. The second mechanism operates where direct sunlight cannot reach below Bharat radiation layersof planets. The rest solar β, γ and X-ray emissionsat keV or MeV energy go at superluminal velocities, reach below around 80 km height, generate near infrared radiation, which raises surface temperatures of planets.High atmospheric temperature generated within 10 km height above Earth than that at 84 to 54 km is attributed to the strong pull of β, γ and X-ray emissions by Earth‟s gravitational attraction force. The gravitational pull helpsthe emissions in gaining more energy, which generates intense near infrared radiation, resulting into high atmospheric temperature within 10 km height above Earth.