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The Origin of the Solar Sysem

Mar 27, 2008
Roughly 6000 years ago a body impacted Jupiter, releasing sufficient energy to completely change the solar system. That impact is still marked by the Great Red Spot and the temperature excess of Jupiter. It also produced the Galilean moons, the main belt asteroids and the Kuiper belt objects.

Most significant for the Earth was that a massive plasma cloud, thousands of times the size of Jupiter, rebounded, which, after condensing and cooling, became the planet Venus. Venus then rampaged through the solar system, completely upsetting the former order of the planets, and initiated a 3000 year period of repeated planetary encounters with the Earth, about which modern science is completely ignorant.

These events and hundreds of others of that period, were observed and recorded in every culture and are available today in the form of ancient texts such as the Rig Veda and Egyptian hieroglyphs. What is pertinent here is the information provided by the original impact. It tells us that two of the most fundamental assumptions of astrophysics today, are incorrect. First, that the giant planets are solid and that the terrestrial planets are produced by unique impacts on the giant planets. Understanding these new facts (no longer assumptions), allows us to understand the very origin of the solar system, which is completely different than what is taught by the science today.

The solar system originated when all the elements in the planetary disk around our infant Sun were pushed out to the current orbit of Jupiter and beyond, probably by explosive blow-offs of the infant Sun. The surfaces of the refractory (dust) particles catalyzed the formation of molecular hydrogen from atomic hydrogen and the subsequent formation of molecules NH3OH, CO2, CH4 and the most abundant, H2O. The hydrogen which was not captured in this way was quickly lost from the solar system. Water ice dominated because oxygen was by far the most abundant element after hydrogen and helium. As a result, every grain of dust became encapsulated by water ice, which accreted in the famaliar form of snowflakes. The important characteristic of the snowflakes was one we have all experienced, their strong tendency to stick to other snowflakes to form snowballs. This characteristic, only present in ice at small scales, led to the accretion and eventually to the formation of the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Dust alone, without ice, can never accrete and therefore the inner planets were not formed by accretion in the inner solar system, as currently assumed.

The capture of all the less plentiful heavy elements required for the later production of the terrestrial planets, was therefore ensured. Thus, all four giant planets comprise, primarily, good old water with a little dirt. But although the outer solar system is very cold, water does not form normal ice because the pressure within the giant planets is so great. Water molecules, in the conditions present on the giant planets, they morph into a new form, a new structure, a solid known as a gas hydrate or clathrate. This is not wild speculation because gas hydrates are well known on Earth, where they are primarily trapped beneath the oceans where the pressure is also high. In the gas hydrate structure the water molecules form 'cages' which often encapsulate individual atoms or molecules, the most common of which on Earth as well as in the giant planets is methane. But, in the giant planets these same cages encapsulate the entire range of elements in the periodic table in their primordial (not solar because H and He are depleted) concentrations.

Fortunately, the earliest humans observed and recorded the creation of Venus. The details of this single event in the various myths lead to a knowledge of the origin of the terrestrial planets were formed. The rebounded plasma cloud, thousands of times the size of Jupiter itself, proves that Jupiter is a solid planet, not a 'gas giant,' as currently taught. The fact that this cloud contracted into proto-Venus proves that Jupiter contains a full complement of elements. These obvious conclusions lead immediately to the process described above for the origin of the solar system.

A number of modern observations corroborate this picture of Jupiter, but every one has been misinterpreted by the 'astrophysical community' in order to fit into their uniformitarian paradigm - that the solar system has been essentially the same since its inception. For example:

Observations of very young sun-like stars have shown that the hydrogen escapes from their disks within about a million years, while the formation of giant planets requires between 50 and 300 million years - long before a solid core of ice could have formed to capture the hydrogen;

In Jan. 1, 2007 Astrophysical Journal, James Graham, U.C. Berkeley, reported that the dust surrounding AU Mic "has a fluffyness comparable to that of powdered snow";

The putative 'three cloud layers' in the atmosphere of Jupiter, touted in every single textbook on the solar system based on the 'gas giant' assumption, were not observed by the Galileo atmospheric probe;

The Great Red Spot (GRS), has suspiciously remained at the same latitude for the last 350 years it has been observed, is claimed to be a giant 'storm' in the atmosphere of Jupiter, in spite of the fact that it is an atmospheric high, not a low;

The large 'temperature excess' of Jupiter, an energy greater than that due to the reradiation of absorbed solar energy, is hypothesized to be due to an undefined internal (primordial) source;

No one as yet has been able to explain the multiple zonal jets, the colored bands and zones which circle Jupiter planet at all latitudes. This is easily explained by a the presence of a solid surface below the clouds;

A wide range of heavy elements never before observed on Jupiter, were detected a full six minutes after the impacts of the largest Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet fragments; the Galileo atmospheric probe reported very little water in the atmosphere which would have been present is the interior was hot.

The proposed recent solar system catastrophism explains all of these observations and many more. The AU Mic disk contains fluffy snow, exactly the form from which the four giant planets accreted. The GRS is due to the refractory compounds being carried to the top of the atmosphere from the impact crater out of which proto-Venus was born some 6000 years ago. The temperature excess is due to a slowly decreasing nuclear conflagration still occurring in that impact crater, which is continually supplied with new fuel as more and more hydrogen is released from the surrounding gas hydrates.

The vast amounts of solid refractory material in Jupiter's atmosphere create a thermal blanket which disguises the fact that the excess energy is coming from the crater and gives the impression that the entire planet is hot, thus the temperature excess. The multiple zonal jets, similar to the trade winds on the Earth, are also driven by the energy of the rising column of hot gases from the crater, but the fact that there are multiple bands and zones at all latitudes can only be explained in terms of a solid surface at the bottom of the atmosphere. The 'lost' three cloud layers predicted in the text books, are based on the assumption that the excess energy is coming from the deep interior of a convective, gaseous planet with a core temperature greater than 25,000k. Lastly, the low water concentration in the atmosphere is due to the fact that most of it is frozen in the solid gas hydrate body of the planet.

It is truly amazing to me, that several thousand scientists have all bought into the current assumptions, failing to recognize the knowledge that has been present in the ancient texts all the time. Worse yet, even when attempts are made to present new ideas, they are ignored, rejected and even ridiculed. This constitutes a fatal indictment of 'the scientific method' as currently practiced.
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John Ackerman has studied ancient texts for over ten years to decipher the cosmic encounters which they describe. See:
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