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Glowing Red Venus Planet and Comet
« Reply #165 on: March 02, 2012, 14:23:26 »
Glowing Red Venus Planet and Comet

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All of the available data indicate that Venus was born as an ejectum from the core of one of the gas giant planets, either Jupiter or Saturn. It started very hot - perhaps 10000K or more - and has been cooling ever since. It continues to cool, and will eventually end up at around 330k ...

The present temperature is just below the threshold of visibility. When the surface was hotter, at 800k to 1000k and above, the planet would have been seen to glow red. The surface would not have been seen directly, but the gases, and the inevitable tail they would be producing, would be lit by the glow from the surface.

The object would have been a phenomenal sight. Indeed, it was a phenomenal sight. It is also described in the ancient legends of mankind. Astronomers are wont to dismiss those legends. The astronomers Clube and Napier, and a few others, however, have taken them more seriously and suggested that a prodigious comet was being described, but that suggestion fails to account for the fact that the object glowed red, as if on fire.

Taken from the article "Venus: Problem Solving" by Peter Warlow, page 7, SIS Workshop 2012:1



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One of the main ideas of the God King Scenario is the catastrophe dust in our solar system that appeared for a few hundred years and the disappeared. Hence the reason why the Egyptians had a Red Sun, why they could wear loin cloths and visual phenomena in our skies.

There has been this announcement about Vanishing Dust Belt Around Star Baffles Scientists where a dust ring has disappeared within a few years.

Evidence and proof of the dust chaos theory proposed by Gary Gilligan in his God King Scenario idea and book The Comet Venus?

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A dusty disk around a distant star has faded surprisingly fast, leaving scientists few clues to how it disappeared.

Only a few years ago, the space around the star TYC 8241 2652 1 was filled with dust and gas, but recent observations show the region — an ideal spot for alien planets to form — has all but vanished.

"It's like the classic magician's trick: Now you see it, now you don't," principal investigator Carl Melis of the University of California, San Diego said in a statement. "Only in this case, we're talking about enough dust to fill an inner solar system, and it really is gone!"

Observations by the Gemini South telescope in Chile and several other instruments found that the infrared light emitted by the dust had dropped by more than half. In subsequent studies, the amount of dust around the star had all but vanished, dropping by a factor of nearly 30 in two years.

Such a dramatic change is astonishingly fast when compared to the million-year time scale of most astronomical events, researchers said. [Top 10 Star Mysteries]

"The dust disappearance at TYC 8241 2652 1 was so bizarre and so quick, initially I figured that our observations must simply be in error in some strange way," said study co-author Ben Zuckerman of the University of California, Los Angles.
Vanishing Dust Belt Around Star Baffles Scientists | space.com