NASA Juno MIssion Will Prove Earth Origin
Earth’s Explosive Birth
The earth was born out of a high energy impact on Jupiter, which initiated a nuclear fusion fireball thousands of times the size of the giant planet itself. We are here today because that event occurred about 4 billion years ago. We know about it because many beings on Earth observed and recorded the similar birth of proto-Venus only 6,000 years ago. In fact, this is the process by which all terrestrial planets are born. Not only does this prove that Jupiter is a solid planet, but also that it incorporated essentially all the heavy elements present in the nascent solar system.
Methane Gas Hydrate
A number of factors suggest that Jupiters composition is solid methane-gas-hydrate (MGH), a well-studied phase of water which forms under conditions of low temperature and high pressure. Although primarily water, this phase forms cavities as it freezes, which encapsulate ‘foreign’ molecules or atoms (a clathrate), most commonly methane. Interestingly, an ample supply of ‘foreign’ material is necessary for its formation , otherwise the cavities collapse, reverting to ordinary ice. The cavities are of varying sizes, capable of incorporating all of the heavy elements in the periodic table. An excellent tutorial on MGH can be found at MGH tutorial. Although Saturn is also an MGH planet, its low density (0.7) as compared to Jupiter’s (1.33) indicates that Jupiter incorporated essentially all the heavy elements in the nascent solar system.
Proto-Venus’ Explosive Birth
The magnitude of the fireball that contracted to become proto-Venus (its not yet completed forming) was so great that the Rig Veda described its shape. This implies the impact of a large body into the unlimited hydrogen (and deuterium) present in the body of Jupiter resulted in an enormous nuclear fusion explosion which exponentially magnified its energy. Moreover, a very gradually diminishing fusion furnace in the crater, manifested as a flaming jet of hot gases, formed the Galilean moons, the main belt asteroids and the trans-Neptunian objects over the last 6,000 years. Although the mass ejection recently ceased, as evidenced by the termination of the slowing of Jupiter’s rotation (~1930), currently interpreted as a monotonic ‘drift of the GRS, the continuing heat generation is still driving the Jupiter’s temperature excess, the Great Red Spot and the latitudinal wind bands. The point source of the driving energy, in the otherwise solid frozen planet, is disguised by the large mass of heavy elements rising from the crater, cooling, forming compounds and crystals before reaching the cloud-tops, creating a ‘heat-blanket’ of colored but unidentifiable material.
What Will Juno Find?
NASA has launched a new probe, Juno, toward Jupiter, because its Galileo and Cassini missions have not answered many questions about the giant planet. The probe will be placed in a highly eccentric orbit which will allow it to fly between the cloud-tops and the inner radiation belt as close as possible to the surface from pole to pole during each orbit, making it possible to cover the entire planet in 33 orbits. The long wavelength radiometer will likely get no signal from the MGH surface because it is very cold. The really exciting find will come when Juno passes close to the crater, because a continual fusion reaction is still burning within it. All the radiometer signals will spike at about 22 degrees South Latitude and considerably West of the Great Red Spot because the rapid eastward rotation of the planet (1 revoluion per 9.9 hours) ‘drags’ the rising column of gases rising from the crater to the West. At the same time the microwave signals spike, a relatively abrupt change in the velocity of the probe, used to detect gravitational anomalies, will indicate the mass void of the crater itself. It would be wise for Juno mission planners to allocate time for additional orbits once the crater is localized, in order to fly directly over it, because the planned orbits are displaced by some 12 degrees Longitude.
What Will NASA Report?
It is difficult to imagine how NASA scientists might manage to misinterpret this data, but because the entire ‘community’ is convinced, to a man, that Jupiter is a hydrogen ‘gas giant’ and consequently that the GRS is a ‘storm’, the danger still exists. I suspect the ‘anomalous data’ discussed herein will be secreted from the public while they search for an explanation consistent with the ‘accepted’ or ‘standard’ theory. I am forwarding this blog post to the NASA principal investigators at the date of its publication in order to establish provenance of the ideas present herein and to forewarn them as to what to expect . Unfortunately, we all have to wait until 2016 before the probe reaches its target. NASA engineers have done spectacular jobs on mission after mission. The only failing comes in the preconceived notions of the scientists that interpret the data.
The Greek Myth of Venus’ Birth
In the story of Athena’s (Venus) birth, Zeus (Jupiter) lay with Metis, the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom (an invisible impacting body), but he immediately feared the consequences. It had been prophesied that Metis would bear children more powerful than the sire, even Zeus himself. In order to forestall these dire consequences, Zeus (Jupiter) “swallowed her down all of a sudden.” But he immediately experienced an enormous headache, so Hephaestus (a god of fire), cleaved Zeus’s head with an axe. Athena (Venus) leaped from Zeus’s (Jupiter’s) head, fully grown and armed, with a shout — and pealed to the broad sky her clarion cry of war. And Mother Gaia (Earth) trembled.