Great Red Spot Shrinking
The Great Red Spot is the most duplicitous emblem in the solar system. As currently taught, it is a symbol of the failure of the astophysical ‘community’. In reality it is a common sense clue to the recent history and cosmogony of the entire solar system. It demonstrates unequivically that Jupiter is not a gas giant, by having remained at the same latitude for some 350 years, during which time it has been observed telescopically. The GRS is not a ‘storm’ because it is an atmopheric high. It is the top of a column of hot gas rising from a nuclear fusion furnace still burning in the enormous crater out of which proto-Venus was born only 6,000 years ago. In a recent post, I have explained that after that impact a million-mile-long jet of hot gases shot into space from the fusion furnace, which condensed into millions of solid bodies, producing the differences in the Galilean moons and creating the main asteroid belt. Because of Jupiter’s rapid spin, asteroids were ejected in all directions and a special class, ejected directly toward the Sun, have just recently been recognized as the Kreutz sungrazers. Proof of their origin from Jupiter lies in their negative inclinations (144 degrees measured from north axis of the ecliptic plane), due to their ejection from the location of the GRS, at 22 degrees south latitude. The ‘astrophysical community’ stubbornly refuses to acknowledge the obvious fact that the Kreutz sungrazers cause sunspots, and still have no idea that they were all formed from a jet, the position of which is marked by the GRS.
Jupiter’s Slower Rotation
Amazingly, measurements of the rotational period of the GRS, currently believed to represent the ‘drift’ of this ‘storm’ actually are a measure of the slowing of the giant planet itself, due to the mass being ejected from the crater, which only ceased around 1930 AD, as shown in Figure 2. Coincidentally, this date is just now being touted as the time that the Great Red Spot began to shrink.
The birth of proto-Venus from an impact on Jupiter (a solid methane gas hydrate planet) makes clear that each terrestrial planet formed in the same way and, as a corrolary, each has a unique age, which are all younger than the giant planets, the age of which is unknowable.
Oxygen Deficit Solved
Although rarely discussed, the current belief that Jupiter and Saturn are ‘gas giants’, comprising hydrogen and some helium, creates a major dilemma. The same ‘community’ claims that oxygen is the third most abundant element in the solar system (based on nucleogenesis and Carbonaceous Chondrite meteorites). Since only miniscule amounts of oxygen have been measured on these giants, which comprise 92 % of the mass in the solar system, astrophysicists have resorted to the specious argument that the oxygen is “in their cores”. But Cyclic Catastrophism allows everyone breathe easier, because the true composition of the giant planets is methane gas hydrate, which is primarily oxygen by mass. So we go from a deficit of oxygen to an enormous surplus. Thus the impacts on Jupiter out of which each terrestrial planet is created produces sufficient oxygen for their oceans and atmospheres grom the get-go.
Space and Time! now I see it is true, … what I guessed at when I loafed on the grass, … as I walked on the beach under the paling stars of the morning, My ties and my ballasts leave me, my elbows rest in sea-gaps, I skirt sierras, my palms cover continents, I am afoot with my vision. Walt Whitman Leaves of Grass