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Molecular Entomology, 2018, Vol.9, No.3, 29-34
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If the celestial body has a gravitational potential of 500 μJ/kg and the moth’s body mass is 40 mg, the celestial
body increases the flying up of moth with 500 * 10
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* 40 μJ = 20 mJ energy, but in case of -500 μJ/kg of
gravitational potential it is reduced in the same value.
For example in the gravitational force field of Earth if the rise is h = 1 mm =10
3
μm, the necessary energy
is: 9.808,52 * 106 μm/s
2
* 10 μm * 40 mg * 10
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= 392,340.8 μJ = 392 mJ. Therefore, the required energy
is 392 mJ ±20 mJ.
For example, a lighter or harder effect on insect elevation means on 1 mm with ±5 percent less or more energy.
Naturally the required energy can change, but the ±5 ratio will be the same. In the case of further elevation, this
effect gradually will disappear.
1.2 Results of the light-trap catch of moths in connection with the negative and positive gravitational
potential of celestial bodies
Based on our findings, we have determined that the gravitation potential of Sun and Moon change the catch all
night, even when the celestial body is not above the horizon. We assume that the influence we have found is real
in case of gravity. The negative sign in gravity does not mean negative numbers, but the fact that the gravity of the
celestial body is suction, it reduces the gravity of the Earth it. The gravity of the Moon may reduce Earth’s gravity
to a very small extent, with a millionth part, and the Sun with even much less. Surprisingly, it is a fact that the
insects perceive even these small values and our results justify this fact (Nowinszky et al., 2018).
The Light-trap catch of Microlepidoptera spec. indet. in connection with the gravitational potential of Sun is given
in Figure 3. The Light-trap catch of Microlepidoptera spec. indet. in connection with the gravitational potential of
Moon is given in Figure 4. And the Light-trap catch of Microlepidoptera spec. indet. in connection with the
gravitational potential of Sun + Moon is given in Figure 5.
Figure 3 Light-trap catch of Microlepidoptera spec. indet. in connection with the gravitational potential of Sun
Figure 4 Light-trap catch of Microlepidoptera spec. indet. in connection with the gravitational potential of Moon
1,2,3,4,5 7,8,9,10
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