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JABBING JUPITER - Testing the Titan

 
galatic_acid

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I have contacted a couple of astronomers on this to see if they will understand the uncanny nature of June 3 flash being within the current SEB "revival" swirl.

The problem is, almost all astronomers are not looking in L3 to analyse any of this because they have been told the flashes were meteor hits, and many don't have minds of their own.
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To clarify, if you want to analyse a Jupiter event using the true internal rotation of Jupiter, the core, etc., you have to use L3, not L1 (for equator and +/- 10) and not L2 (for all of cloud bands above and below 10).
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L3 is being used when someone references an image and it says CM3, which means central meridian of this image measured in L3.

Almost all of the time CM1, 2, and 3 will be listed though at the top or bottom of the image.

L3 159.4, for instance, means the longitude of 159.4 degrees using the true rotation of internal Jupiter.

CM refers to the centered longitude on the image, and L refers to an actual location on the image that is not necessarily the central meridian. I was confused on this myself until recently.
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[link to stashpit.com]

Diagram and explanation of theory.
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Diagram and explanation of theory.
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"d" is the proposed location for first fusion inside Jupiter (based on the antipodal discharges) which the initiation of caused a blowout bubble which vented out on July 19, 2009. Subsequently, the fusion reaction has been maintained and is expanding and convecting heat in all directions. The closest possible surface area is our new "SEB revival" marks.
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So, as suggested, the first possible physical event due to the proposed fusion reaction would likely be where the new disturbance in the SEB is.

Heat of this intensity must be convecting out because of the delta Temperature difference has to be incredible. It has taken since May/June 2009 to reach the top?

I say May/June 2009 because it took several weeks for the blowout to vent out on July 19, 2009, so the first fusion reaction likely was May/June, and the anitpodal discharge was sent out when the fusion reaction finaly reached the center of Jupiter months later. June 3 first, then August 20. 78 days between, so there was more distance and resistance on one side, the short side was the June 3 flash side.

Consider May 8 the day, then it took 1.5 years to convect to the surface.

Note that the UV and IR is even showing higher at the spot brighter than the already very bright UV in SEB surrounding it, so it's a very hot spot!

I don't propose the fusion reaction is reaching the top, only the heat effects of it.

Jupiter CAN hold a fusion reaction once it is STARTED! It just did not have the inside temps to START one. It had the proper indredients and pressure, it just needed the starting temp. to begin fusion.

We will see...all wild speculation still...
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So, as suggested, the first possible physical event due to the proposed fusion reaction would likely be where the new disturbance in the SEB is.

Heat of this intensity must be convecting out because of the delta Temperature difference has to be incredible. It has taken since May/June 2009 to reach the top?

I say May/June 2009 because it took several weeks for the blowout to vent out on July 19, 2009, so the first fusion reaction likely was May/June, and the anitpodal discharge was sent out when the fusion reaction finaly reached the center of Jupiter months later. June 3 first, then August 20. 78 days between, so there was more distance and resistance on one side, the short side was the June 3 flash side.

Consider May 8 the day, then it took 1.5 years to convect to the surface.

Note that the UV and IR is even showing higher at the spot brighter than the already very bright UV in SEB surrounding it, so it's a very hot spot!

I don't propose the fusion reaction is reaching the top, only the heat effects of it.

Jupiter CAN hold a fusion reaction once it is STARTED! It just did not have the inside temps to START one. It had the proper indredients and pressure, it just needed the starting temp. to begin fusion.

We will see...all wild speculation still...
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Latest pics....
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I like your theory. I know it is part of much conspiracy theory, but Jupiter is actually about to get much brighter.

Perhaps it is our X-mas star.

Good stuff to read. Thanks!
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Jabbing Jupiter article
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Theory in diagram.
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I like your theory. I know it is part of much conspiracy theory, but Jupiter is actually about to get much brighter.

Perhaps it is our X-mas star.

Good stuff to read. Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 504787



Thanks!

Here is another Nov. 17 in CH4 and UV:
[link to www.christone.net]
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On that image I just posted, you can see that the left most node is spot on for the June 3, 2010 Jupiter flash event!
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June 3 flash image:

[link to blogs.discovery.com]

CM is Central Meridian in this image, so the flash is actually at 159.4 (L3), -16.1

which is the same location as our new disturbance...
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It's important to understand that when using L3 you are analyzing the movement of the core of Jupiter, its true rotation period, so we are dealing with a deep internal event when these things correlate with L3.

We have antipode discharge in L3, now June 3 discharge happens to be new SEB disturbance point. These are huge coincidences!
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Anthony Wesley images above. He gives coords for the now 3 nodes:

-13.1, 282.2
-15.2, 289.3
-17.3, 294.3

That's in L2

Here is L3:
-13.1, 143.2
-15.2, 150.3
-17.3, 155.3 (compare this to -16.1, 159.4 June 3 flash)

These are all very hot marks also....
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Color from Nov. 17, Anthony Wesley
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OP, have there been any recent observations made to either corroborate, or disprove your theory?

Surface temps on Jupiter should be rising dramatically by now, right?
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OP, have there been any recent observations made to either corroborate, or disprove your theory?

Surface temps on Jupiter should be rising dramatically by now, right?
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That's a good question. UV has increased on the SEB band, but in the case of an deep internal event, that is proposed as 80% into Jupiter, we might not see drastic immediate changes. For instance following the Sun's fusion activity it takes 1000's of years for it to manifest at the surface, however the Sun is generally in equilibrium.

In the case of Jupiter we should, from now to within years, see some major heat convection coming to the surface since the internal heat may well be 20 million degrees or more if the fusion reaction we propose actually happened. Since the temps and conditions around it have not adjusted yet, the delta T, and such, is enormous. This means the heat convection should travel fairly quickly.

We ARE seeing strange activity that started at the spot of the June 2010 flash, however this may just be the SEB revival, although there are some oddities like carbon and soot features that have not dissipated from this new upwelling.

The short answer is that if we wanted to verify for sure right now, we would have to point a neutrino detector at Jupiter. Those are the only particles that would immediately jump out from a fusion event, the rest can be subdued for a long time.

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Jupiter is huge so it seems we should expect immediate evidence, but it's likely we have to wait for these things to work their way back up to the surface and it's a long journey.

The fusion reaction, if happening, would spread only to about 10-20% of Jupiter radius, the Sun's fusion is said to encompass 20-30% of the radius.

So we wait for the heat convection results, OR a massive stellar turnover of some sort that could be very unpredictable beings that this is an ARTIFICIAL ignition.

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[link to dreamz-work.com]

My book and trailer on this are now at the above location as a PDF e-book. It will shortly be out at Amazon and Barnes and Noble also.

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[link to dreamz-work.com]

My book and trailer on this are now at the above location as a PDF e-book. It will shortly be out at Amazon and Barnes and Noble also.
 Quoting: Sirius Dog


cool sirius! just bought it - will read it follow up..

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Awesome book!

The only major questions I jotted down while reading through the book were these:

Regarding the flash events, namely the 2-second durations of each - it makes me wonder, could there be some type of constant at work here, the reason these flashes just happened to be "roughly 2-seconds"? I'm thinking electrical here...going back to one of my prior posts about the liquid metallic layer, etc.


Neutrino emissions - as has been discussed and touched on in your book, a fusion reaction would cause an increase in neutrino emissions, and these could be detected. Did you encounter any baseline neutrino emission levels in your research? I was going to look into this myself.

I might come up with a few more questions but that should be a start - I really enjoy the way you presented the data, especially considering this is the first time all this has been pulled together in one place.
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