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When NASA announced its Galileo into Jupiter option, among those to publish immediate, serious objections (and later to repeat them on Coast to Coast AM) was an engineer named Jacco van der Worp. Van der Worp claimed that, plunging into Jupiters deep and increasingly dense atmosphere, the on-board Galileo electrical power supply a set of 144 plutonium-238 fuel pellets, arrayed in two large canister devices called RTGs (Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators see image and schematic, below) would ultimately implode; that the plutonium Galileo carried would ultimately collapse in upon itself under the enormous pressures of Jupiters overwhelming atmosphere
Triggering a runaway nuclear explosion!
Van der Worp further argued that this fission reaction might well initiate a much larger thermonuclear fusion reaction in the deuterium (heavy hydrogen) making up a significant percentage of Jupiters atmosphere ultimately, igniting Jupiter as the solar systems second sun!
lol david icke comes up with some dumb stuff
Originally posted by Odd
Well, sort of...
Halliburton is funding a massive government expedition to mine Jupiter for beige-colored gas, which is, of course, crucial to the manufacture of beige, gaseous things, like Michael Moore. However, the Masons are working with the Reptilians to coerce the Illuminati into sabotaging the mines with Astral Mind Force and igniting the planet, causing the end of life on earth.
David Icke and his Amazing Space Ninjas will no doubt save us from certain doom, of course... so we can all go back to bed.