A search for laws in the results of gravitational constant measurements

A.G. Parkhomov1

Abstract

A spectral analysis has been performed on time series of the results of gravitational constant G measurements in the period of 1985-2003. A manifestation of cosmic rhythmics in the measurement results can be connected with the effects of terrestrial mediators, among which the most probable are microseisms and temperature variations.

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