He3 Origin of Jupiter Radiation Belts

Fig.1 Jupiter radiation belts during one rotaion

Fig.1 Jupiter radiation belts during one rotation

The previous post claimed that the inner radiation belt of Jupiter is composed exclusively of He³+ ions and that it is tilted at 10-20º relative to Jupiter’s equator because the ions are blasting out of the Great Red Spot at 22º South Latitude at high speeds, due to the kinetic energy imparted to them in the fusion furnace in the 6,000 year old crater. Fig. 1 shows the changes in the radiation belt as seen during one rotation of the planet

The explanation of the multitude of NASA funded scientists is that the inner radiation belt is composed of high energy electrons and is tilted due to the powerful magnetic field of Jupiter, which is generated somewhere deep in the planet – at a depth at which the compressed hydrogen becomes a conductor. In their model, of course, the electrons comprising the inner radiation belt are moving in the same direction as the rotation of Jupiter – common sense.

But the view expressed here for the first time is that the entire colossal magnetic field of Jupiter is being generated by the circulation of massive numbers of He³+ ions from the fusion furnace in the crater on the solid, frozen, highly deuterated Methane Gas Hydrate surface of Jupiter.  Now the He³+ ions are positively charged, so in order to generate the enormous observed magnetic field, they would have to be moving in the direction opposite to that of the rotation of Jupiter – is this possible? Yes it is.

Fig. 2 Massive numbers of He ions blasting at hgih velocities toward the west.

Fig. 2 Massive numbers of He3+ ions blasting at high velocities toward the west.


Recalling the (poorly drawn Fig. 9) in my Jupiter paper in Figure 2 , the ions are rising at very high speeds through the hot vortex rising from the fusion furnace. This vortex is tilted extremely toward the west due to Jupiter’s rapid rotation and massive numbers (10³º/sec) of He³+ ions are blasting out of the Great Red Spot toward the west at even higher velocities, measured by ‘dust detectors’ on Galileo and Cassini at 300 km/sec. Unlike most ions, these are stable particles, with an estimated half-life of 400 years, so when ejected they remain in orbits around Jupiter.

Fig. 3 The total magnetic field of Jupiter, seen from the Earth if it glowed.

Fig. 3 The total magnetic field of Jupiter, seen from the Earth if it glowed.

The magnetic field of Jupiter, the largest feature in the solar system (Figure 3),  is generated not only by the He³+ ions that have exited the Great Red spot but those still rising within the vortex itself. As a result, it will be found that the magnetic field is offset slightly (< 1000 km) from the center of mass of Jupiter in the direction opposite that of the fusion furnace located some 116,000 km east of the GRS.

The slow reduction in the intensity of the fusion reaction over the last 6,000 years and the recent reduction of the size of the Great Red Spot suggest that the fusion reaction in the crater may soon cease. This will result in a completely different Jupiter than confronts us today. In addition to the loss of the GRS and and the wind bands, the largest planetary magnetic field in the solar system will slowly decrease in strength due to the lack of a continuing supply of He3+ ions. However, those orbiting He3+ ions have half-lives of 400 years or more so the magnetic field will slowly decrease, eventually making possible the landing of future astronauts on Jupiter’s surface.

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~ by Angiras on July 11, 2016.

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