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Originally posted by raoulduke666
Sounds highly unlikely but doesn't this sounds like almost exactly what happens in the movie "2010: The Year We Make Contact"?
Originally posted by poet1b
Being that we are around 93,000 miles from the sun, and 390,000 miles from Jupiter,
NASA has crashed a plutonium-carrying RTG into a similar atmosphere before which may have resulted in an explosion the size of Earth's diameter near the equator of Jupiter as observed by many and imaged by Olivier Meeckers of Belgium on October 19, 2003. Space.com carried the story “Mystery Spot on Jupiter Baffles Astronomers.”5 The craft, Galileo, entered into Jupiter near its equator very close to where the “mystery spot” later developed (Diagram A). It is possible that if the explosion were larger or deeper, Jupiter could have reached ignition. The fact remains that a very suspicious bruise appeared on Jupiter 28 days after Galileo made its plunge there. It is important to mention that it is rare for a comet or meteor to impact Jupiter at the equator so it is unlikely this was the cause....
It has already been well demonstrated that a fission reaction can be sufficient to ignite a fusion reaction (i.e. the Hydrogen Bomb). A fission reaction generates high enough temperatures (high enough equals about 35 million degrees Kelvin) to reach the critical point required for a fusion reaction. This, however, does not necessarily mean a fusion reaction will occur. The right elements (various isotopes of hydrogen) must be present or created, so it is assumed. We do know Saturn is mostly composed of the same elements as the Sun, hydrogen and helium, but we are unsure if fusion and fission reactions would work exactly the same on Saturn as on Earth. However, conventional belief says Deuterium and Tritium (isotopes of Hydrogen) are necessary to accomplish fusion. Both are likely present deeper into Saturn. What is important to remember is the tremendous pressures inside Saturn are the key here when talking about implosion.
We do know that implosion is what will occur to the fuel cylinders at some point in the impact. If the final implosion collapse of a cylinder happens suddenly enough, it could simulate an explosive-initiated implosion, the method normally used in a plutonium nuclear bomb. As mentioned earlier there is prior imaged evidence of an explosion from Galileo's plutonium on Jupiter. An analysis by Richard C. Hoagland “Did NASA Accidentally ‘Nuke' Jupiter?” states the same concerning a nuclear reaction on Jupiter: “It is this unique, dark ‘carbon' signature – appearing as a dark black ‘splotch' in the highest levels of the Jovian cloud belts which has given this entire, incredible scenario away ….”
This is a documentation and study of the feasibility of creating a sustainable fusion reaction
from an initial fission reaction on Saturn caused by a significant quantity of Plutonium-238 being
inserted deep into the atmosphere. A fusion-ignited Saturn-sun would be the key to creating a
human-habitable area on Titan. This report is the result of my intensive research on this subject
since late 2002. I could not be so confident in my assertions if it were not for the additional key
research of Jacco van der Worp, a Netherlands physicist, and former NASA Consultant, Richard
I first stumbled onto the reality of this project while reading a famous
conspiracy book entitled “Behold A Pale Horse” by William Cooper, former U.S. Naval Security
Briefing Team member....
It was stated by William Cooper, (former United States Naval Intelligence
briefing member in the early 70's) that an elite group known as the “JASON Group”, or certain members
of, had been hired full time to work on turning Jupiter into a small star. The “JASON Group” is
comprised of the greatest science minds in the world.
The Richard L. Garwin reports mentioned
earlier further prove that the JASON Group does indeed exist...
Saturn is much like Jupiter in composition and is actually a safer and more realistic target. Titan may be
the big the big prize, being one of the few bodies in the solar system to potentially contain a significant
amount of water and an atmosphere that could be very terraformable. Titan could be thawed out
substantially with Saturn as its sun...
More importantly though, Earth could receive a nasty shower
of hot hydrogen a few weeks later, the real reason for concern. ...
After a few weeks of 24/7 talk of the implications, causes, effects, etc. of the new
star, Earth begins to get showered with the ejecta from Saturn. The shower lasts 2 to 3 weeks and
includes some heavier elements towards the end. This directly or indirectly kills millions of people and
animals on Earth - a great boost for population control. Those “in the know” hide out in underground
cities and bunkers for several weeks to several months until Earth's ozone shell has recovered
Originally posted by mystiq
Why it might explode and why it could kill everything on the surface of the earth? Hmmm lets see:
NASA has crashed a plutonium-carrying RTG into a similar atmosphere before which may have resulted in an explosion the size of Earth's diameter
Originally posted by mystiq
But when they crashed all that platonium into Jupiter a huge red spot appeared.
Originally posted by MatrixBaller04
Meh...I still read about it before, and it wasn't from a tabloid site. There's a real possibility of something like that happening though