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December 11, 2012
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Just an example, I have not tried to match orbital in/out spots with cyclonic and anti-cyclonic rotations

So I hinted at it before and if you have followed my thoughts that are weaving through the universe like energetic orbital dark matter, you will understand that Jupiter is like all the rest. Jupiter is a fairly massive black hole with a big ball of gas surrounding him. He is the God of sky and thunder, and by the looks of the size of those rotating spots on his gaseous surface, I would say that is correct. He should attract lots of other orbital dark matter and does. Shoemaker-Levy 9 delivered him a dose of orbital dark matter nuclei in 1994 that would have set the Earth back a few billion years, with dark craters the size of the Pacific Ocean appearing. As I mentioned in an earlier post, the impacts actually cooled Jupiter down for a period of time, which fits my model since orbital dark matter is the great condenser of ordinary matter, sucking the nuclear heat right out of it.

It is well known that the large spots on Jupiter are either cyclonic or anticyclonic in rotation. It just so happens this is the same characteristic with the magnetic field around sunspots on the sun, which is not surprising to me since I believe they are created by the same animal. It appears through my observation that many times the orbital entry point of dark matter through regular matter can include many clumped black hole particles simultaneously that can each orbit back up in separate locations due to their varying momentums and orbital tracks, slowly working their way back towards the entry point. That entry point may or may not be stationary, it really depends upon gravitational and magnetic interactions with other orbiting particles, the black hole nucleus of the body and interactions with any ordinary matter they come in contact with. From Wilkepedia:

On Jupiter, there are two examples of an extraterrestrial anticyclonic storm; the Great Red Spot and the recently formed Oval BA. Unlike any typical anticyclonic storm that happens on Earth when there is water, there’s no water powering them. Instead, it is powered by smaller storms merging. Another theory is that warmer gases rise in a column of cold air, creating a vortex. It is the case of other storms that include Anne’s Spot on Saturn, and the Great Dark Spot on Neptune. In addition, anticyclones have been detected near the poles of Venus.

If we had a way, I would predict we could match all of those cyclonic and anticyclonic spots up, just like you could match up multiple concurrent storms on Earth to one or more beta decay sinkholes, possibly what is occurring right now in Dover, Ohio with that large sinkhole and the multiple low pressure systems that are and will continue to sweep into the area over the next couple of months as all of those particles orbit home.  After lots of observation, I believe the orbital decay rate is primarily based upon annihilation and magnetic interactions with other orbiting particles and the energetics the particles derive from shredding ordinary matter.

So how long can dark matter orbit?  I would say indefinitely.  You and I happen to have just the right amount in our part of the universe today else I would not be telling you my story nor would you be there to read it.  This can change quickly.


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