Amazing – Jupiter’s Polar Oceans

The Juno chief scientist, Scott Bolton, described his amazement when the first images of Jupiter’s polar regions by JunoCam were released. “I couldn’t believe it, the poles are blue !” Given the previous posts here on the Methane Gas Hydrate (MGH) makeup of the giant planets and the role of a (almost) hidden fusion reaction, the reason for this becomes obvious. The vortex of 1028/s high energy (4.98 MeV) helions which produce the auroral ovals and the heavy elements within the vortex which produce the poleward flashes, warm the

Fig.2. JIRAM IR image of Southern Aurora showing the heat and penetration of the vortex of helions in Jupiter’s southern auroral oval.

polar areas, or ‘polar caps’, as indicated by IR images of the south pole as shown in Figure 2. Since MGH is mostly water, (CH4)4(H2O )23 , the heat ‘melts’ the top layer, releasing the methane and leaving water on the surface. As a result, Jupiter’s polar zones are covered with the largest oceans in the solar system, a fact beautifully revealed by the simplest instrument on-board, JunoCam. Moreover, since Jupiter incorporates the familiar abundances of the elements on Earth, this ocean is saline just like ours. The depth of this ocean will have to wait until a probe can be landed on Jupiter – one that floats.

Astronauts will eventually land on Jupiter. Although it is massive, its large radius results in a g-force on its surface only 2.6 times that on the Earth. However, as long as the fusion reaction continues on Jupiter, the surface temperature and pressure in its equatorial and tropical zones will be high due to the massive numbers of hot crystalline particles suspended in the atmosphere, similar to the atmosphere of Venus, due to the S8 and CS suspended in its lower atmosphere. Also, the helion radiation at the poles of Jupiter is presently too great for manned exploration.

However, the fusion reaction driving the entire system is declining and when it is extinguished, signaled by the disappearance of the Great Red Spot, all these barriers to astronauts will quickly disappear. The bloated atmosphere between ~70 degree latitudes, will settle to the surface, reducing the temperature and pressure and the polar radiation will immediately cease. The only problem after that will be Jupiter will begin to cool down, so the astronauts will have to get there fast while the surfing is still good.

Scott Bolton has already given up trying to interpret the Juno data in terms of the consensus ‘gas giant’ hypothesis and is proposing an entire billion dollar fleet of new probes to swarm the planet to collect more data in the next 50 years. But this is not necessary, because the answers are all right here and more formally in my scientific papers.

There is no such thing as consensus science. If it’s consensus, it isn’t science. If it’s science, it isn’t consensus. Period.”
― Michael Crichton

1 Cor 2:6-7 We do, however, speak a message of wisdom among the mature, but not the wisdom of this age or the rules of this age, who are coming to nought. No, we speak of God’s secret wisdom that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began. 

~ by Angiras on January 31, 2018.

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