Jupiter’s Jiu Jitsu Belt

Fig. 1. Jupiter south pole mosaic revealing the true surface of the planet and the clouds which form a wide belt at lower latitudes.

JunoCam has revealed an amazing feature of Jupiter’s atmosphere, easily visible now to the whole world, but unrecognized by planetary scientists, who have the very unscientific habit of deciding what the probes will reveal before they receive the first data. As explained in many previous posts, Juno data is clearly indicating that Jupiter is a solid, low density  (d = 1.33 g/cm3) planet, slightly more dense than pure methane gas hydrate (MGH) (d= 0.9 g/cm3), due to the encapsulated heavy elements. Before Juno sent back its first data, all we had seen were the colored, banded clouds. Surprisingly, the simplest instrument, JunoCam, included primarily to add to the popularity of the mission, giving the ‘citizen scientists’ a chance to participate, has produced the most profound view, which proves the MGH concept.

All ancient texts describe the creation of Venus from the head of Jupiter. This dates a huge impact on Jupiter at approximately 6,000-years BP (ago), but demonstrates how the other terrestrial planets, including the Earth were produced, and reveals that the full range of elements we have on Earth came from Jupiter. MGH is a known clathrate, which physically encloses all kinds of foreign particles in cages of twelve or more water molecules. In keeping with the known abundances of the elements, H > O > C, the nominal composition of MGH is (CH4)4(H2O )23 , with lesser numbers of all the other elements. In complete contrast, scientists today believe Jupiter is 90% hydrogen and 10% helium, hoping that more oxygen (water) is somehow hidden deep in a dense core, which Juno gravity measurements have proven, does not exist.

Fig. 2. The expanded incandescent Jupiter and the plume, known as Juno in Roman myth.

The Venus impact triggered a flaming nuclear fusion reaction on the surface of Jupiter, because the MGH formed in a very cold (50 K) dark nebula, many of which are known to have very large amounts of heavy hydrogen (deuterium). The fusing of deuterium with protons exponentially increased the energy of the impact – that is the only way terrestrial planets could have formed. This impact left behind on the surface of Jupiter a visible, radioactive plume, called Juno in Roman myth, originally shooting out as far as Callisto and rotating every eight hours with Jupiter (Figure 2). In myth Juno was said to be peering through the veil with which Jupiter had surrounded himself. The plume has gradually declined but the fusion reaction, p + d -> 3He++, still burns on the solid surface some 700 km below the cloud-tops, producing 1030/second of these 4.98 MeV helions (3He++), which form an expanding vortex due to the Coriolis effect, that exits through the Great Red Spot and, as explained in previous posts, heats the planet, drives the multiple, zonal wind bands and creates the magnetic field of Jupiter.

But, to the point of this epistle, the fusion reaction is continuously forming the visible atmosphere of Jupiter. The local heat of the fusion reaction releases the full range of the known elements enclosed in the clathrate MGH. Planetary scientists have only identified a few, such as nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur, which they believe are from comets that impacted Jupiter. Why are the normal elements not seen? Because they form high-temperature compounds in the hot vortex which we do not usually find in Earth-like conditions. As the vortex rises and cools these compounds condense, and crystallize forming solid particulate aerosols, which are carried upward within the vortex formed by the helions and sprayed out into the upper atmosphere, consistent with early findings that the atmosphere above the cloud-tops is denser and warmer than ‘expected’. One such compound is CS (carbon sulfide) which causes the red tints and colors the GRS. These aerosols form the tinted clouds we see, Jupiter’s Jujitsu Belt, which cannot be identified by spectroscopy. ‘Gas giant’ scientists want to believe the clouds are forms of ammonia snow.

Fig. 3. The Northern exposure of Jupiter’s surface extends to lower latitudes than the Southern.

This visible atmosphere is continuously being manufactured by the ongoing fusion reaction and the released aerosols are continuously settling to the surface. JunoCam has revealed that these clouds only extend as far north and south to ~70 degrees latitude, probably because they are kept aloft partially by the centrifugal force of Jupiter’s rapid rotation. Poleward of this limit, JunoCam reveals the true solid surface of Jupiter, with cyclones revolving about low pressure centers, as on Earth, accentuated by the much greater Coriolis effect on Jupiter. This rotation is opposite from that of the Great Red Spot, which is not a storm. Since the fusion reaction was stronger in the past, a strip of desert-like terrain covered with atmospheric particles can be seen just poleward of the Jiu Jitsu belt. Also, because the fusion reaction, the origin of the tinted aerosol atmosphere, the Great Red Spot, is at 22 degrees South Latitude, the atmosphere extends further south than north (Figure 3.), and the south pole area is probably warmer than the north.

1 Cor 1:27-29 KJV  But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the mighty: and base things of the world and things that are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are: That no flesh should glory in His presence. [so that none may boast before Him]. 

~ by Angiras on January 17, 2018.

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