Fluctuations of the Earth's dynamic oblateness versus ocean acidification changes
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Changes in Earth's shape ie. flattening, equatorial radius changed by movement of earth's coating (with equatorial bulge and flattening on the poles) relative to ecliptic plane cause changes of earth’s rotation rate and upwelling changes (mass movement of oceanic water due to changes in centrifugal force) in oceans ie. increasing or decreasing of photosynthesis resulting in carbon dioxide emission changes from oceans (see for explanation to the next chapter). That is why we see almost strict correlation of carbon dioxide emission with Earth's shape changes mirrored by delta C 20 coefficient on the graph below. In my opinion when carbon dioxide emission increases then increases flattening of earth (due to Earth’s coating movement) and C20 increases accordingly because of bigger earth’s rotation rate, and vice versa. Carbon dioxide emission from ocean decreases when earth’s flattening decreases and rotation rate decreases because of changes moment of Earth’s inertia due to earths coating movement.
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