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Old January 27th 09, 10:16 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
dan@@pixelphase.com
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Default Solving the mystery of Jupiter Great Red Spot

Hi,

Jupiter jet streams and the great red spot were puzzling scientist for
long time. Those phenomena are driven by a stellar cycle on Jupiter.
Like the solar cycle that changes the magnetic polarity of the sun
every 11 years Jupiter has a magnetic cycle that induce current around
the planet. This current is divided to electrons and positive ion that
flow in opposite direction to create the jet streams. The charge
between adjacent jets drives the great red spot. Similar process
creates the sun plasma belts and the sunspots. Comments are welcomed.
You can read the article he

http://www.philica.com/display_artic...article_id=149

http://www.scribd.com/doc/10180027/S...Great-Red-Spot

http://www.pixelphase.com/sun/rotation.pdf

This article is based on a former article that shows that the solar
cycle is applied to the sun from the galactic disc and not created
internally by a solar dynamo. The solar cycle is what heats the sun by
inducing electric currents and not fusion reaction.

http://www.philica.com/display_artic...?article_id=65

http://www.pixelphase.com/sun/sun.pdf


Regards,
Dan Bar-Zohar
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Old January 29th 09, 02:49 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
BradGuth
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Default Solving the mystery of Jupiter Great Red Spot

On Jan 27, 2:16*pm, wrote:
Hi,

Jupiter jet streams and the great red spot were puzzling scientist for
long time. Those phenomena are driven by a stellar cycle on Jupiter.
Like the solar cycle that changes the magnetic polarity of the sun
every 11 years Jupiter has a magnetic cycle that induce current around
the planet. This current is divided to electrons and positive ion that
flow in opposite direction to create the jet streams. The charge
between adjacent jets drives the great red spot. Similar process
creates the sun plasma belts and the sunspots. Comments are welcomed.
You can read the article he

http://www.philica.com/display_artic...article_id=149

http://www.scribd.com/doc/10180027/S...of-Jupiter-Gre...

http://www.pixelphase.com/sun/rotation.pdf

This article is based on a former article that shows that the solar
cycle is applied to the sun from the galactic disc and not created
internally by a solar dynamo. The solar cycle is what heats the sun by
inducing electric currents and not fusion reaction.

http://www.philica.com/display_artic...?article_id=65

http://www.pixelphase.com/sun/sun.pdf

Regards,
Dan Bar-Zohar


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