How Solar Systems Form

Welcome to Episode 4 of the BEFORE podcast concerning Jupiter’s contribution to the Creation of the Earth. Its effect on the outer solar system is currently unknown in academia. In fact, the entire creation of solar (star) systems is related for the first time here. The giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are highly deuterated methane gas hydrate bodies, not gaseous as currently believed.

The impact explosion which created Venus (~ 4000 BC) left behind a continuous blazing fusion reaction D + H => 3He++ + 4.9 MeV on the highly deuterated methane gas hydrate surface of Jupiter which has lasted to current times, verifying its highly deuterated state. At that date it could be seen by the naked eye on earth and therefore was called Juno in Roman myth. With a shape described as a peacock spread tail, it was the source of the myth of Jupiter’s wife, Juno, whose flying hair from side to side was trying from all directions to see through the bright halo that Jupiter had surrounded himself with due to the explosive impact, explained mythologically to hide his affair with Io, the innermost moon of Jupiter.

The nominal composition of this highly deuterated methane gas hydrate is called a clathrate, comprising water and methane in which six water molecules form ‘nets’ surrounding each methane molecule and ‘nets’ of larger numbers surround larger atoms and molecules as they form at very low temperatures (<30 Kelvins) in large dark dust-filled nebula where deuterium (heavy hydrogen) takes the place of about half the hydrogen molecules in the ‘nets’ as they form on the surfaces of dust particles already linked to what will become their star. This microscopic miracle creates all star systems in the entire universe.

What the current understanding of this myth lacks is that at the date of the impact, 4000 BC, Jupiter was rotating about once a day, suggested by Sir Fred Hoyle in his textbook “the Cosmogony of the Solar System” Chapter 10. Myths of other cultures reinforce this suggestion: The Greek myth describes the blaze as Zeus’ Aegis, a shield being moved back and forth as in combat and in the Rigveda as the trunk of an elephant Mrtnnda, swinging back and forth.

The implications of these consistent myths for the astrophysics of the current solar system are manifold. Assuming Hoyle’s estimate of a revolution period prior to the creation of Venus might have been close to one hour, the material ejected after the birth of Venus would have been blasted at extremely high velocities due to the combination of Jupiter’s rotational velocity plus its orbital velocity and that imparted by the blazing reaction itself could have been as high as 1,600 kilometers per second. The earliest masses ejected by this nuclear fusion were thrown in all directions, with those directed into the inner solar system forming the asteroid belt. However, the earliest, most massive and fastest would have been cast into the outer solar system impacting Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Impacts of these on the other highly deuterated giants caused nuclear explosions explaining their off-axis spins and signs of explosive impacts in the form of methane in their atmospheres and liquid water on the surfaces of the other giants in proportion to their proximity to Jupiter. The closest, Saturn took the most hits going as far as changing its axis of rotation, blasting ice off the planet which is forming the rings. Due to the many asteriods there are even evidence of impacts taking place today, dismissed as ‘storms’ which are actually mushroom clouds rising to the top of the atmosphere and shadows on the rings of ice due to ice still being blasted into them and the excess of its gaeous atmosphere.

Voyager 2 has detected signs of nuclear impacts on Uranus and Neptune which have released so much methane from their methane gas hydrate body and water, the other main component left behind on the surface, along with a few that have been captured as satellites. Leading to NASA scientists to declare that they are ice giants rather than the previous designations as gas giants.

Speaking about water left behind, the same is obviously true with Jupiter in the polar zones which some scientists have noted with surprise are blue, not understanding they are blue because they are covered with water. Ionically a feature discovered by the little camera added to give the ‘civilian scientists’ something to see are blue (water) but not recognized by the planetary scientists because they are so convinced it is a gas planet. The 3He++ helions which are creating the constant magnetic field auroral ovals have obviously been heating the methane gas hydrate in those polar areas continuously and have released the methane leaving the blue ocean on the surface. When the reaction on the surface fizzles out, the great red spot will disappear with the magnetic field and the polar oceans may eventually freeze over but will never be blue again.

This proves that we could land or splash down on Jupiter today.

~ by Angiras on February 28, 2023.

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