Originally posted by DoctorLaVey666
OK So if your telling me Juipiter is Nibiru...... please tell me why its not a giant ball of fire with reptillian monsters crawling out of it?
well you cant blame me for trying, anyway, who knows this planet might actually have life on it since NASA has discovered water is more common than
previously thought. "there' s no water on mars..... holy $#!T its snowing!"
[edit on 25-2-2009 by DoctorLaVey666]
I'm not even saying Jupiter is Nibiru though. I'm simply saying that the word Nibiru derives from ancient babylonian myths in which Nibiru was
probably referring to the planet Jupiter (at least it is commonly accepted that it was). And that people use the word without even knowing what it
The reason Jupiter is not a "burning ball of fire" is basically because Jupiter does not have enough mass to initiate nuclear fusion within its
core. A long time ago, Our sun did. This mass created enormous gravitational and electromagnetic forces within the star which heated up elements in
its core and crushed matter together under immense force. Eventually the force and heat becomes so immense that lighter elements fuse into heavier
ones through a process called nuclear fusion (which basically is the engine that runs our sun today by burning off hydrogen and helium).
The smallest stars we know of are 80 times more massive than jupiter (and mass does not necessarily have anything to do with overall size). So if
Jupiter was 80 times more massive, it would probably eventually initiate sustained nuclear reactions in its core and become a star. It just doesn't
have the mass required to do it.
Water seems to be extremely common in our solar system only it usually exists in an ice state. The outer planets of our solar system might have
liquid water in some form but it would most likely be ice melted through geothermal processes.
Jupiter's moon Europa, for example. It looks like a frozen chunk of ice.. But we know that Jupiter's forces on the moon are probably immense and
that this could possibly create deep ocean vents and possibly even sub-surface volcanic activity which would all melt ice and create water. In fact
we know Europa probably has liquid water beneath its surface because where cracks have formed on Europa's surface, they have filled in with liquid
water and re-frozen. We know that entire ecosystems can sustain themselves on this kind of heat on earth without any photosynthesis or any energy
from the sun.. These deep ocean ecosystems on earth are made possible by bacteria and other organisms creating their own version of photosynthesis
using the heat and energy created by these deep ocean vents. The same could be going on elsewhere in the solar system. We have no way of knowing at
Jupiter alone is an extremely violent planet. Much more violent than most people realize. You would basically liquify under Jupiter's gravity.. If
you could even stand on its surface at all (which you can't). The core of jupiter is covered by a perpetual, 1000km layer of clouds which commonly
reach speeds of 100 meters per second and sometimes much higher. What lies beneath the clouds is an enormous ocean of liquid and metallic hydrogen
hundreds of thousands of miles deep. Pressures and temperatures beneath the cloud layer would kill any lifeforms existing on earth.. Not to say life
didn't somehow find a way. It's just extremely unlikely. Life on earth has had millions of years to evolve and create organisms capable of
withstanding some of the harshest conditions on our planet. Even primitive life on Jupiter would probably be exterminated before it had a chance to
Lightning on Jupiter is 1,000 times more poweful than it is on earth. The planets electromagnetic field interacts with gases expelled by its moons
which creates immense bands of lethal radiation called "Synchrotron radiation" which would basically kill anyone who even came within 200,000 miles
of the planet unless they were in a spacecraft designed to shield them. My overall point..Jupiter is not the kind of planet that is very hospitable
for life.. Even for life just there to visit.
On the liquid water thing..
We know that liquid water flows on the surface of mars from time to time. But people don't realize this because most people just don't care enough
to do the research. Nasa photos seem to confirm it...
I am not blaming you for anything. I'm simply trying to help you make better threads in the future. The more research you conduct, the more you
will find to help support your theory, the better the thread will be.
I just become extremely frustrated when I see someone post that they've conducted "research" and the source they site is one wikipedia link that
doesn't really bolster your original argument that much. I'm more or less trying to help you here.
[edit on 26-2-2009 by BlasteR]