atmospheric behaviour of air is largely governed by low and high pressure
systems. However, the relationship between these systems is not linear, as
winds, sea temperatures and solar intensity modulate their dynamics and reduce
predictability. Several other factors are known to affect these atmospheric
dynamics, such as solar cycles. Recent evidence shows however that the earth’s
gravitational field can be quantized in terms of quantum numbers, as recently
published in Nature. The implications of this relationship between gravity and
quantum numbers give rise to the possible key role of a quantum behaviour of
gravity in affecting the formation of high- and low-pressure systems. In this
letter, the author suggests a relation between the recently observed quantized
nature of gravity, the weight of air and the formation of Low and High pressure
areas in the atmosphere. The theory is novel and can aid in the understanding
of interplay between the earths core forces, the gravitational behaviour and
the atmospheric dynamics. There are however several parts of this theory that
need further development, and an initial expression of this putative
relationship is introduced.
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