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Jupiter is going to explode??

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posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 12:12 PM
let her blow.. its the end of the world.. anyhow.. in 2012.. or was it suppose to be in July... no wait.. the year 2000 was suppose to be it.. and planet x is coming,,and the reptilians are planning a major attack.. lets see.. I know Im missing a lot more dooms day predictions.. oh yeah.. the collider it gonna make a black hole.. and suck us all off.. the planet.. that is.. and then we just made it past 8-8-08.. that was suppose to do us in.. lets see.. we cant predict the weather yet.. but we can predict when jupiter is suppose to blow.. pathetic.. .

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 12:28 PM
If Jupiter was to explode in my opinion we would probably be in danger if not from objects being thrown our direction but from the shock wave which could possibly throw us out of our orbit. Even just a slight deviation could spell extinction.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 12:39 PM
Its at times like this i ROFLMAO, and wish it would hurry up and happen already, one way or another according to one news source or another we are all doomed anyhow from something.

Be it Russian launching a nuclear strike (LOL) or Iran having a secret doomsday weapon, to the LHC, or Yellowstone park, things are looking pretty bleak for us Humans, and thats when you leave out Universal dominating galactic fleets, or our own intergalactic co-operation with some other obscure alien race, swapping crewmen and waiting in orbit for us all to blow up.

If i was a betting Alien id be looking forward to some really dusty airless property coming on the market real soon.

what a world we live in, AIN'T SAFE ANYWHERE NO MORE.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 12:55 PM

Mysterious phenomena take place on one of its largest moons, Europa, too. Its ice-heavy poles shifted 90 degrees and changed their places with the equator in May of the current year.


Jupiter is the only planet in the solar system which has the thermonuclear reaction happening in its depths. This process of the planet is similar to that of stars, although Jupiter produces a lot less energy as a result of the process.


In addition to that, St. Petersburg-based scientist Eduard Drobyshevsky said that the planet’s another giant moon, Callisto, may experience drastic changes too. The ice shell of the moon may explode, the scientist believes. Gigantic pieces of the ice shell will fall down on Earth, exterminating all forms of life.

Absolute crap.

Scientists say that massive ice shells of other moon-like natural satellites of giant planets (Saturn and Jupiter) have exploded before. Many short-period comets were formed as a result of such explosions.

More rubbish.

Drobyshevsky said that one of such ice explosions took place about 10,000 years ago, when the ice shell of Saturn’s moon – Titan – exploded. The explosion resulted in the creation of Titan’s atmosphere, Saturn’s ice rings and several short-period comets.

Even more rubbish.

Are we seeing a pattern yet ? Whoever wrote the arcticle is either having a laugh at everyone's expense, or else he/she is an idiot.

[edit on 16-8-2008 by Mogget]

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 12:58 PM
I check in with

all the time. And the gouges and indentations in the sun are dramatic.

Maybe we need Jupiter to take over for a tired sun.

The sun is 93mil miles; Jup is 100mil miles. Equivalent distance.

Why not? I dont believe the solar system or the galaxy are random events.


posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 01:02 PM

Originally posted by sarcastic
I check in with

The sun is 93mil miles; Jup is 100mil miles. Equivalent distance.

As has been said before, Jupiter is more than 5 times farther from the Earth than the Earth is from the Sun.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 01:34 PM

Originally posted by xbranscombex

(visit the link for the full news article)

I am most certainly NOT going to explode! It's only a little gas, I can assure you...

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 02:14 PM
reply to post by Ravinsomniac
More comedy and jokes is what everybody needs. Good one Ravin, Good One.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 03:48 PM
reply to post by Ravinsomniac

i take it you have 1st hand experiance of dropping the motherload

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 04:00 PM



posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 04:19 PM
Sounds highly unlikely but doesn't this sounds like almost exactly what happens in the movie "2010: The Year We Make Contact"?

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 04:54 PM
Pravda is the Russian equivalent of "The Onion" ...only with less factual material.

I keep expecting them to continue the Bat Boy material -- they provide amusing spoofs (although that was one of their lamer ones), featuring people who don't exist and scientists that they make up. I'm surprised that they aren't doing Elvis sightings yet.

Good sources for science news include:

..and yahoo news and so on and so forth.

Pravda is in the same class as "The Onion"... great for a laugh.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 04:55 PM
Oooooookaaaaaaaaayyyy, let's see. This literary gem (Jupiter is going to explode) was along side these headlines on Pravda:

Cat rapes woman after performing oral sex on her. (it's why I'm a dog lover)

Largest penis size registered in England. (yeah, right! England?)

Cow and bull have animal sex in office supplies shop. (as apposed to human sex)

And this little gem: Man’s buttocks provide him with a new tongue. (I wonder what his breath smells like?)

I think Ravinsomniac is right, we're all in big trouble if Uranis explodes.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 04:56 PM

Originally posted by Ravinsomniac
It's okay if Jupiter explodes.

But it's going to be a real mess if Uranus explodes !

I like the way you think. Gee, wonder if it will leave a stain?

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:01 PM
Considering that Richard Hoagland is associated to research about project Lucifer and the very fact that our criminal cabal aleady crashed and exploded Galileo loaded with plutonian, possibly in an attempt to ignite their own star and with absolute disregard to all life on earth, if anything happens at this point it will be murder on such a scale as to planetary by our most evil corrupt and hell-bound leaders and should the explosion happen they should be the first to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edit to add: My eyes are wide open on this one!

[edit on 16-8-2008 by mystiq]

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:03 PM
I have always thought it was wise to have our civilization underground with most of the surface dedicated to cultivation. It would save on fuel and other resources and make us a lot harder target. Sure it would consume a lot of resources to get started but if we used nuclear powered boring machines it would be pretty cost effective and in the event sh!t falls out of sky as it often does on this little ball of mud we would be in a lot better shape over all survival wise.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:09 PM
Well isn't it a coincidence that the wealthy privileged baron robbers have always felt the same way and definately set themselves up comfortably at everyones expense. Bully bully for them. We must share our feelings of congratulations with them in the event their mass murder takes place, and in the few days it takes for this to reach us, locate every entrance and let them feel our warm and cozy feelings as in major sabotage!

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:20 PM
Didn't this all ready happen in 2003 with the Lucifer project where the nuclear space craft Galileo crashed into Jupiter the protostar. They tried to ignite it than but it only went bloop on the surface around Jupiter's equator causing a dark blob.

Sometime in 2008 they're gonna try this again on Saturn with cassini when its orbit decays. Both these planets are protostars since they give off more energy than they take in.

Guess arther c clarke got it goin on with his 2010 novel.

I know, lets blow a protostar up and ignite its surface into a star and create our own reality of the gods.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:22 PM
reply to post by xbranscombex

I always believed that this was meant to be a binary star system, but something went wrong with Jupiter.

Personally, I can't see it causing cataclysmic disasters here on Earth, given it's distance. However, it would be interesting to be in a system with two suns.

Sol, the main sun will still be providing most of the light, but what I think will happen is that our night will be more like day with the two suns in the solar system.

Basically our evenings will be like Dusk, not completely dark. It isn't close enough to do damage in my opinion, but it is close enough to illuminate us to where it could mean that Earth is continually lit, but like I said there will be no darkness, but various degrees of light.

The best example I think is Alaska where certain times of the year there is no darkness. I know there is somewhere here on Earth that experiences in part what I think we would get if Jupiter heats up enough to be a second sun.

posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 05:24 PM
horse pooey

why exactly will Jupiter explode? After billions of years of not having the mass it needs to ignite?


and why would it destroy the earth?


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