To the origin of 11 year cycle
Measurements of general magnetic field of the Sun seen as a star were performed over last 45 years by six observatories (1968–2012, nearly 23 thousand daily values). Analysis of these data showed that the most substantial long-term period of the field variation is the Hale’s cycle 22 years, which cannot be explained by dynamo theory. It reveals a saw-edged profile, indicating cosmic origin. This suggestion is supported by the Sanchez’s hypothesis about fundamental high-frequency oscillations of the World, characterized by a beating period (aBRH3)1∕4∕c ≈ 11 year, where aB and RH are the Bohr radius and the Hubble length of the observable Universe respectively, and c speed of light.
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