The two articles you refer to as refutations completely miss and avoid the major points, here are the facts:
1) Pu-238 mix that was aboard Galileo and is aboard Cassini IS fissle, this is admitted by the IAEA.
2) 15 capsules of LWRHU's went into Jupiter aboard the Galileo probe in 1995, (as opposed to the spacecraft). They went in well-protected behind the
probe's shield, therefore they survived entry, as the probe obviously survived entry.
3) These capsules did not melt, the physics shows they can fall intact for a very long time because they increase their melting point as pressures
increase, this allows them to "stay ahead of the melting curve".
4) They kept falling in this manner until the 2.7 grams of Pu-dioxide inside them DID fission.
5) When fission occurs this deep into Jupiter (about 80% of the way in), fusion is assured because the temps reach into the billions Kelvin, Jupiter
has the right pressure and material, it only lacks the starting temp. for fusion.
6) This happened in the summer of 2009, and we saw the gas blow-out hole from the initiation rise up to the top to be called the Wesley impact, but it
did not have the signature of an impact, because it was a venting hole and NOT an impact.
7) In 2010, we saw and bipodal electrical discharge that affected the center of Jupiter, likely because the fusion reaction reached the center in May
8) This caused an ANTIPODAL discharge which was seem as massive lightning on June 3 and Aug. 20 2010, the difference of 78 days was because of
distance and resistance differences and the enormous size of Jupiter. These discharges were called "impacts" but once again, they did not have the
signature of impacts, because they were discharges resulting from a deep fusion reaction that had expanded to the center of Jupiter. The antipode can
only be recognized if observing the flashes in L3, the internal rotation of Jupiter.
This theory is found in a new book called "The Philosopher's Stone for the Transformation of Jupiter - Project Lucifer", and can be found at Barnes
and Noble Nook and Amazon Kindle. Also a video can be found introducing the book at:
or at Oaklight Publishing's website.