More powerful vibrations with a long period are not excluded. And without that, the features of the Earth's rotation around the Sun and around its axis lead to a periodic redistribution of solar energy for different latitudes. All this, of course, affects the life of the tops of the lithosphere and can cause global planetary geological phenomena without direct connection with oro-and tectogenesis (for example, increase or decrease the mobility of the atmosphere and hydrosphere, activate or weaken the moisture capacity of the atmosphere, cloudiness, evaporation, etc.) . Secondly, even with constant (without sharp fluctuations) activity of the movements of the earth's crust, their significance in the life of the Earth’s surface is far from the same. A relatively modest restructuring of the bottom of the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean in the circumpolar zone and minor changes in the shape of some islands and coasts of the continents can dramatically change the direction of ocean currents.
The flow of warm waters into the Arctic Ocean will lead to the melting of floating ice, a different dynamic of precipitation. It is possible that powerful glaciers will appear on those northern mountains, where they are not present at all. The great climatic restructuring of almost all geographic zones will begin. Perhaps such events, catastrophic for the climate of Eurasia, can also begin from another negligible reason: the rise of the bottom of the Bering Strait and the change in the direction of the warm Gulfstream. The Arctic Ocean will be covered with solid, non-flowing ice crust, which can significantly lower the average annual temperatures throughout its coast. In short, some relatively modest changes in the continental topography or ocean floor can have serious consequences for large areas, while similar events in other areas (say, raising and lowering some central areas of the Pacific Ocean) will not be so significant. Hence the conclusion: the planetary consequences of mountain building (relief changes) do not remain constant even with the constant activity of tectonic processes in the history of the Earth. After all, not only manifestations of rock folding or relief changes, but also associated changes in the nature and intensity of sediment accumulation are significant. And here rhythms are found. And, of course, it is impossible to exclude a certain synchronism of the main orogenic movements on the whole Earth connected with the fluctuations of the planet’s rotational speed and the release of enormous portions of rotational energy. מחפש נערות ליווי? לחץ כאן למידע