Venus (a baby Earth) Jupiter (proud Mama)
The true understanding of the solar system begins with the giant planet Jupiter. Myths of many cultures detail the great impact on Jupiter, out of which proto-Venus rebounded only 6,000 years BP (Before the Present). At the highest conceptual level, this reveals two very revolutionary new ideas: (a) Jupiter is solid, not a gaseous planet as currently believed; and (b) Shows that all terrestrial planets were formed as the natural result of such impacts.
But these startling revelations are merely the tip of the iceberg, from which a number of new concepts concerning the solar system arise. The immediate effect of this impact is found in the current states of Jupiter and Venus. Since planetary scientists are constrained by the uniformitarian assumption, they hypothesize that the great heat of both Venus and Jupiter are due to internal causes.
In the case of Venus, the surface temperature (860 degrees Fahrenheit – hot enough to melt zinc and tin) is attributed to a greenhouse effect caused by what is believed to be 30,000 times more CO2 than in the atmosphere of the Earth. Believe or not, the makeup of Venus’ atmosphere has never been measured. The NASA Pioneer Venus probe did not show hardly any CO2 as it descended from 50 to 31 km altitudes, so the project scientists declared that the input leaks for the mass spectrometer were clogged by droplets of sulphuric acid during that interval, and just assumed that the CO2 ‘had to be’ present. The problem with the mass spectrometer was that its design assumed that Venus is ancient, like the Earth, so it only had a mass range up to 208 amu. But the hot molten proto-Venus is newly born – and cooling by a process, similar to the Earth 3.9 billion years ago, of jetting S8 gas through some 200,000 small domes directly to 48 km, where it crystallizes at exactly the temperature of the ubiquitous lower cloud layer. It is the great mass of S8 in the lower atmosphere which is causing the high surface pressure, not CO2.
The stubborn refusal to of NASA, ESA or even the Russian Federation to reconsider the Venus data, and send a simple probe, just to measure S8 and photograph the surface, which is covered with active flows of molten lava thousands of km long, has denied the world of a chance to study the early stages of the creation of the Earth.
The feature called the river Styx, or Baltis Vallis, is but one volcanic interface between two very thin ‘continents’ of basalt-like crust, which remain liquid to this day because it is in direct contact with the molten interior of the planet. Data from the sensitive radiometer on the Pioneer Venus main probe, which actually sensed the radiation from the raw lava on the surface as it passed through the lower cloud layer, was thrown out because, to quote the PV final report: “signals in all channels increased unreasonably.” Moreover, studies by several Soviet landers have reported that the geochemical characteristics of the crustal ‘basalt’ on Venus could not be produced by any known process on the Earth.
Given that Jupiter is a solid body, the logical conclusion is that it accreted slowly from water ice crystals (snowflakes) over 50 + million years, and comprises methane gas hydrate (MGH), which can exist only at high pressure and low temperature, in the presence of large volumes of methane. Jupiter’s higher average density, 1.33 g/cm^3, compared to MGH, 0.7 g/cm^3, implies that this accretion involved and consequently incorporated practically all the heavy elements in the nascent solar system. Moreover, these heavy elements would have to be uniformly distributed throughout Jupiter in order to have been released by an impact on its surface.
The enormous impact, from which proto-Venus rebounded only 6,000 years ago, resulted in a complete metamorphisis of Juptiter from a giant blue planet into the complex Jupiter System we observe today. The scope of these changes: Jupiter’s temperature excess; the Great Red Spot; the multiple zonal wind bands; the creation of the Galilean moons and the main belt asteroids; and the slowing of the giant planet’s rotation, are all the direct result of the energy of the ‘Venus’ impact.
But the longevity of the effects on Jupiter point out a fact that make the entire impact process of terrestrial planet formation understandable. The impacts on the surface of Jupiter, which produced the terrestrial planets, attained such high temperatures that a fusion explosion of inconceivable magnitude was triggered. The instantaneous effect was to create a plasma cloud, thousands of times the size of Jupiter itself, which rebounded to form a proto-terrestrial planet. This impact energy is augmented by the presence of an enormous, concentrated supply of hydrogen/deuterium in the solid surface Methane Gas Hydrate. What is driving the features on Jupiter to this day is a continuing fusion reaction in the crater from which proto-Venus was born, while the body of the planet remains frozen.
This fusion furnace was so intense that it originally sent a jet of material over a million km into space from the crater, with a composition the same as Jupiter, except that the ejected MGH matrix, composed primarily of water, reverted to its natural state and quickly froze. This is why all the giant planets are surrounded by bodies, or rings, comprising primarily water. The enourmous Jupiter jet bathed the proto-Galilean Moons, creating the ‘mysterious’ differences in their physical form as it gradually diminished over the last 6,000 years. This mass ejection resulted in the slowing of Jupiter’s rotation up to about the year 1930, which has been incorrectly interpreted as a ‘drift’ of the Great Red Spot, reinforcing the idea that it is a giant storm, on a gaseous planet. The ‘gas giant’ hypothesis is absolutely inconsistent with the fact that the latitude of the Great Red Spot has not varied in the last 350 years that it has been observed on a rapidly spinning planet with a correspondingly large Coriolis effect.
The great majority of the mass ejected by the jet froze into bodies of ice of various sizes in orbits with a large range of inclinations and eccentricities, producing the known main belt asteroids (MBAs) and many other asteroids not currently observed. These jet asteroids froze while still within the magnetic field of Jupiter and thus have become permanently magnetized due to their iron content. As a result, artificial probes which have approached a few MBAs have reported low densities and magnetic fields. These low densities are generally interpreted as ‘rubble piles’.
The bodies ejected in the direction opposite Jupiter’s orbital velocity vector have ‘disappeared’ into high eccentricity, inclined orbits dictated by the eccentricity of Jupiters orbit, its obliquity and the latitude of the GRS (-20 degrees) and eventually impact the Sun, causing sunspots, the density of which varies with a period similar to that of Jupiter’s orbit. Because they are permanently magnetized they approach the Sun magnetically opposed to the Sun’s field as shown by studying Zeeman line splitting of Fe I spectral lines in sunspots. The great number of such impacts at the maximum of the sunspot cycle overwhelms the solar magnetic field and reverses it.
The fusion furnace continually releases methane, but also all the heavy elements incorporated in the MGH. These oxidize or form other solid compounds as they rise in the exhaust plume from the crater furnace and are therefore not identifiable by spectroscopy. They are responsible for the many colors in the high altitude clouds, but also perform a more ‘sinister’ function. They act as a heat blanket, disguising the point source of the heat, the fusion furnace, giving the appearance that the entire planet is hot, which is another factor contributing to the hypothesis that Jupiter is a gaseous planet.
Element Abundances in the Solar System
The MGH makeup of Jupiter, considerably changes our understanding of the abundance of the elements in the solar system. Up to the present, this abundance has been determined by studying certain meteorites (CI or AVCC) which, because their makeup of non-volatile elements resembles the absorption spectra of the Sun, are imagined to be primordial. The notion that Jupiter is a giant gaseous hydrogen/helium planet, reinforced by the small amount of oxygen detected in the atmosphere of Jupiter by the Galileo probe, has led to a slight disconnect in the abundance connection. This has been, scientifically speaking, swept under the rug, by the claim that a rocky, 30-earth-mass core at the center of Jupiter, and a smaller one within Saturn, contained all the missing oxygen to bring them up-to-snuff.
I will refrain from repeating my stance on the use of absorption spectra, which are the result of meteorites ejected from priori-Mars falling into the suns atmosphere, as a measure of solar system abundance.
The mass of Jupiter equals 318 Earth masses, Saturn 95, Uranus 14 and Neptune 17, comprising primarily water in the form of solid methane gas hydrates. This means that the mass of oxygen completely dominates the solar system, overturning the currently accepted elemental mass abundance. I have suggested in other posts that this implies that the infant Sun preferentially spun off heavy elements to release angular momentum before these elements had a chance to settle deeper.
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Stop this day and night with me and you shall possess the origin of all poems,
You shall possess the good of the earth and sun …
You shall no longer take things at second or third hand, nor look
through the eyes of the dead, nor feed on the spectres in books,
You shall not look through my eyes either, nor take things from me,
You shall listen to all sides and filter them from your self.