(07-08-2016, 04:18 PM)US nli Wrote:
(07-07-2016, 08:53 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:
(07-07-2016, 08:06 PM)Octo Wrote: Hey thanks for the free book!
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Yes, thanks, it is very interesting.
So, can we assume the flashes may be caused by undetectable impacts hitting an existing electrical storm?
The cause is much deeper than that. The evidence taken as a whole suggests an internally generated event from the CORE of Jupiter. Here's why: we have the "Wesley mark" in 2009 which was suspicious. The evidence from this mark show abundant silica was present in the debris. This can only come from two places, an asteroid or the core of Jupiter.
Astronomers chose "asteroid" although they did not want to because this ruined decades-old theory about how Jupiter should have swept away ALL asteroids millions of years ago.
This correct assumption is that it's from the core of Jupiter which means there was a massive disturbance there caused by the NASA insertions of a fissionable material. The other evidence suggests the said fuel pellets can indeed cause a nuclear fission reaction that subsequently sets off fusion. Since the mark was long-lasting and so big, this means the reaction below was also sustaining and not just a one-off explosion.
The 2009 mark suggests an initial fusion reaction was venting off and upward hydrogen plasma, carbon, and silica elements from a new central Jupiter nuclear reaction.
The flashes are further evidence: "The complete loss or regaining of all of these electrons during gas to plasma phase changes [of a fusion reaction] would necessitate huge electron current flows; hence the extreme lightning-like effects observed [on Jupiter] as surface flashes.”
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