Featured Image: This image was not taken by Juno but by the Cassini Spacecraft. The image shows Jupiter from an unusual perspective. If you were to float just beneath the giant planet and look directly up, you would be greeted with this striking sight: red, bronze and white bands encircling a hazy south pole. . . . Source NASA
Jupiter’s Formation in the Electric Universe | Space News
Today, physicist Wal Thornhill concludes his three-part presentation on the early science results from NASA’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter. As previously noted, like countless other recent space discoveries, the mission findings are challenging not only long-held assumptions about Jupiter, but also consensus theories of planet and star formation, and the history of our solar system. On the question of Jupiter’s internal structure and composition, Thornhill offered the provocative thesis that Jupiter is hollow. Complete Report
Football-size robot can skim discreetly along a ship’s hull to seek hollow compartments concealing contraband.
Last week, at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, MIT researchers unveiled an oval-shaped submersible robot, a little smaller than a football, with a flattened panel on one side that it can slide along an underwater surface to perform ultrasound scans. . . . Read Complete Report
While Man has spared no expense to explore the Heavens, we know precious little about what’s right beneath our feet. The beginnings to unlocking that mystery starts with the discussion of whether the Earth is solid or hollow. If it’s hollow, as many physicists believe, that fact has profound implications for our future. The key to endless energy may be in that void in the center of the planet. Lost civilizations may be down there as well as the literal Heavens and Hells of our great religions. Is there a vast, secret, long-forgotten cave system through the Earth? Could this labyrinth still be in use, or capable of use? What exactly is down there?
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