Solar System ‘Mysteries’

The Juno probe has now made 10 close passes, PerihJoves, of Jupiter. At this date, the most significant new data has been from the little JunoCam, included at the last moment to increase public interest in the mission. It has made the startling find that Jupiter, supposedly a gas giant, has huge warm oceans covering its polar regions. However, due to a very old hypothesis, first proposed in 1930 by Rupert Wildt  and still believed by all planetary scientists, that Jupiter is a huge hot ball of hydrogen and helium, Juno ‘scientists’ cannot believe that these beautiful blue oceans are water. This insistence on an old out-of-date hypothesis has resulted in no new knowledge of Jupiter being gained from Galileo, Cassini and Juno missions over the last 30 years!

The events which produced the planets we observe today and their current orbits took place in the last 6,000 years. They involved hundreds of complex cosmic interactions, which will never be reconstructed by scratching the surfaces of the planets by billion-dollar orbiters and landers. Since these cosmic events  took place so recently, they were all observed by one-hundred generations of mankind, and are described in the ancient texts available in every library in the world.  These have been interpreted and are available here.

FREE – All the ancient knowledge of the world – FREE.

Below is a list of the current unknowns of planetary science, all of which are answered on this site. Just  enter the subject of interest in the Search box (above right). All information about the solar system in Astronomy textbooks is worthless.

  1. The composition of Jupiter’s interior
  2. Origin and composition of Jupiter’s multiple colored clouds
  3. What drives the multiple zonal wind bands.
  4. The origin of Jupiter’s excess heat (excess luminosity)
  5. The origin and nature of the Great Red Spot
  6. How the constant auroral ovals are formed
  7. The origin of the energetic far Ultra Violet auroral emissions
  8. The origin and composition of the dangerous inner radiation belt
  9. The origin of Jupiter’s powerful magnetic field, 20 times more powerful than the field of the Earth
  10. The origin of Jupiter and the entire solar system
  11. Where did Saturn’s rings come from
  12. Why is Venus’ surface hot enough to melt lead and zinc
  13. How long ago was liquid water present on the surface of Mars
  14. How old is the planet Mercury
  15. What is the cause of Sun Spots

Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything

Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.

 A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.                  Albert Einstein

~ by Angiras on March 29, 2018.

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