7. Seasonal scheme of Biological clock of the Earth
Let's divide Biological clock of the Earth into the sectors of seasons and
off-seasons. There are eight such sectors in Bioclock. And that is how they
We choose the basic points on the scheme (fig. 12). Those for seasons
will be: summer solstice day - June 22, 12:00; winter solstice day - December
22, 00:00; spring equinox day - March 22, 18:00; autumn equinox day - September
22, 6:00. A symmetry axis in Bioclock of the Earth will be a line connecting
the days of a summer solstice and a winter solstice, as exactly such line divides
amount of Light in the left and right halfs of Bioclock in equal parts.
And now we shall find the points of calendar borders of the seasons. For
this purpose let`s lay off 45 degrees (days) from the shown above basic points
to the both sides of the annual ecliptic because the calendar season duration
is 90 days, and we shall get the points of calendar borders of seasons: May
6, 15:00, August 6, 9:00; November 6, 3:00; February 6, 21:00. But the seasons
can be differentiated by these dates only in a calendar. In the Nature they
smoothly change into each other, forming the transitive periods, so-called off-seasons.
Having found the borders of off-seasons, we shall establish the true, but not
calendar borders of seasons. We shall make the following to determine the borders
of off-seasons. The duration of four off-seasons should be equal in sum to one
season. And, thus, 360 days of year should be divided not into four seasons,
but into 5 (fifth season is the sum of four off-seasons) and the duration of
one season will be identical to the sums of four off-seasons and will amount
72 days. And the duration of one off-season will be 72:4 =18 days. Having laid
off 9 days to the both sides of the annual ecliptic from points designating
calendar borders of seasons, we shall get the approximate biological borders
of the seasons and off-seasons.
Consequently, we have the following: winter-spring off-season - from January
27 till February 15; spring-summer off-season - from April 27 till May 15; summer-autumn
off-season - from July 27 till August 15; autumn-winter off-season - from October
27 till November 15.
Borders of seasons: winter - from November 15 till January 27; spring - from
February 15 till April 27; summer - from May 15 till July 27; autumn - from
August 15 till October 27.
Having connected with lines the annual ecliptic points, designating the biological
borders of the seasons and off-seasons, and laying from each other at the angle
of 180 degrees, we shall divide Biological clock of the Earth into eight sectors,
four of which will be represented by seasons, and four - by off-seasons. We
shall number them further.