NASA – Saturn Loosing Rings?

Fig. 1. Enhanced colors of Saturn’s rings, showing the variety of elements in Methane Gas Hydrate clathrate


Science Daily reports a new paper being published in Icarus ($$$) by James O’Donoghue et al. estimating that Saturn’s rings will be gone in a mere 100 million years. Academics are inured with these vast time spans, while ancient texts from all cultures reveal that every planet in the solar system was changed, beginning in the Younger Dryas, with the capture of the Moon, and ending in 687 BC, when the terrestrial planets entered their current orbits. The impact of

Fig. 2 Jupiter plume (Juno) extending from 22 degrees South Latitude

the planet (Metis in Greek mythology) on Jupiter, was what really got things moving, because in addition to the creation of proto-Venus, this impact left behind a long-term fusion furnace at the impact site (22 ° S Lat) which continues to this day producing the Great Red Spot and driving the excess luminosity, zonal wind bands, powerful magnetic field and continually release the particulate aerosols which produce Jupiter colored clouds and settle to its surface.

That fusion blaze originally produced the Galilean moons and added material to them for over five thousand years. But most of the material expanded and cooled forming small condensations moving at similar velocities splatted and stuck together forming millions of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko asteroids, flinging them in all directions due to Jupiter’s fast rotation, slowing it to its current 9.9 hour rate. These currently comprise the main asteroid belt, the Kreutz sungrazers, which produce sunspots and the millions of bodies orbiting Jupiter’s L4 and L5 nodes.

Saturn’s Rings

Fig. 3.  Saturn ‘storm’ imaged by Cassini

Fig. 4. NASA Cassini probe imaged ‘spokes’ showing material  being blasted from Saturn into the rings.

Unfortunately, Saturn was just the poor (solid highly deuterated methane gas hydrate) guy next-door to the big bully Jupiter and was continually bombarded with these 67Ps, each of which caused fusion explosions on Saturn’s surface, just as Shoemaker-Levy -9 did on Jupiter. The gases ejected by these impacts for the last 6,000 years have expanded the atmosphere giving Saturn’s apparently low density, whereas it is really the same composition as Jupiter. The larger, more frequent impacts formed the rings of Saturn, beginning 6,000 years BP, but continue to contribute mass to this day, because many 67P s are still invisibly zooming in orbits of the Sun. The impacts on Saturn are occasionally seen by Earth telescopes when their ‘mushroom’ clouds appear at the cloud tops and the ejected material has recently been observed as shadows or impacts on the rings. The falling ring material will become part of the atmosphere.

Solar System

The Earth was completely re-formed and mankind created amid recent solar system chaos.  The state of everything in the solar system we observe today is a result of cyclic catastrophism.  No feature on any planet is older than 6,000 years, indeed Mercury, (Sarama, Hathor, Hermes) was first revealed and Venus born about 3687 BC. Uranus and Neptune have been bombarded during this period by Jupiter, resulting in their current atmospheres. The astronomical ages imagined and enforced by academia are needed to allow for evolution, which never occurred on Earth.

“Strange is our situation here upon this earth. Each of us comes for a short visit, not knowing why, yet sometimes seeming to a divine purpose.” – Albert Einstein


~ by Angiras on December 18, 2018.

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