‘Gas Giant’ Hypothesis will die with the Great Red Spot

Gas Giant?

Fig. 1. Jupiter Multiple Zonal wind bands generated by the powerful spin of GRS

“Historical and Contemporary Trends in the Size, Drift, and Color of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot”, by A. Simon et al. Astronomical Journal, March 2018  is a bland paper which suggests that the Great Red Spot is expected to disappear in the next 20 years. As with all previous papers on the subject, the authors do not attempt to reveal the most important fact, the origin of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (GRS) – the physical process which has maintained it at the same ~ 22° South Latitude for the last 360 years. Astronomy textbooks, which parrot the same ‘consensus’ ideas about the planets over the last 70 years, explain condescendingly to the uneducated masses, that Jupiter is a ‘gas giant’ comprising 90% hydrogen and 10% helium and the GRS is merely a flat, spinning ‘soliton’, kept in place by opposite currents to its north and south as found in our rivers on the Earth. In this gas giant view, the expected demise of the GRS will be a Ho-Hum event – that no other significant properties of Jupiter will change.

Cyclic Catastrophism

Fig. 2. Fusion energy flowing to GRS. Some reflected energy from North Equatorial Belt.

As explained in great detail on this site and in my latest paper on Jupiter, the Great Red Spot marks the single most unique process in the Solar System, completely unknown by the ‘consensus’ community. It is the top of a powerful hot vortex from a continuous fusion reaction on the solid surface of Jupiter approximately 700 km below the cloud-tops and 50,000 km to the east (Figure 2). This reaction releases the elements which comprise the tinted clouds from the clathrate Methane Gas Hydrate.

p + d → 3He++ +4.98 MeV

The high energy (4.98 MeV) Helions produced by this reaction drive the familiar multiple zonal wind zones and belts, form Jupiter’s inner radiation belt, produce its excess heat (luminosity), which is double that of the absorbed sunlight, and its powerful magnetic field, 20 times stronger than the Earth’s.

The presence of the GRS proves that (a) Jupiter is a highly deuterated, solid Methane Gas Hydrate planet; (b) it formed cold in the outer reaches of a Large Dark Nebula; (c) it comprises 270 earth-masses of water and the relative abundances of the known elements; (d) impacts on which are the means by which the terrestrial planets, Mars, Earth and Venus were formed. The GRS proves that every currently published ‘consensus’ explanation concerning the planets and the Sun are consummately incorrect.

Most Phenomenal Event in the History of Science

The demise of the Great Red Spot will immediately result in major changes in Jupiter. The zones and belts will disappear as the tinted clouds settle to the solid surface of the planet in weeks. In fact, backyard astronomers will probably note the changes first, because NASA Juno mission PeriJoves are spaced by 53 days and data requires weeks to be returned to Earth and months to be massaged by computers and studied by researchers, who’s efforts, up to the present, have been devoted to explaining the data in terms of the preconceived ‘gas giant’ hypothesis. If the GRS disappears while the Juno probe orbits Jupiter, the changes will be so enormous and unexpected that the entire planetary science community (more than 15,000 PhDs) will ‘circle their wagons’ and convene for many months in an attempt to limit the perceived damage to their personal careers rather than announce an entire new solar system which no longer resembles what is in their text books.

The mind is not a vessel to be filled. It is a fire to be lighted.  Plutarch

Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.  A. Einstein

Discard all philosophies and all beliefs … The whole principle that someone else knows and you do not know, that the one who knows is going to teach you.   Jiddu Krisnamurti

~ by Angiras on March 16, 2018.

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