Saturday, July 28, 2018

Ringmakers of Saturn chp 5 Massive Display of Power

Technically, rings should in time evaporate off into space. That they do not either infers youth or that a lot of what we think we know is wrong.  This problem was understood from the beginning and actually strongly makes the case for ongoing manufacture.   That is what is actually claimed in this treatise..

So far we understand that the purpose of this amazing production is to supply reaction mass for population ships who are passing through.  Such a ship would line up and pass through at great speed so as not to lose energy on its passage throughout Solar System.  On arrival it would throw up a magnetic scoop and take a slice out of the ring forming a chord through the rings.

Thus the observed breaks become explainable.  This could also be used by thousands of smaller craft we simply do not observe as well.

If we do have real Star Gates, then our solar system is surely a major nexus.  I think that hte reaction mass is needed in order to traverse the solar system itself and in order to alter trajectory to pass through another Star Gate..



A Massive Display of Power

Saturn investigations for years have portrayed the ring system as comprised of primordial matter. The utter idea that the rings might be quite young is uncomfortable to primordial advocates because a key assumption is placed in jeopardy. Previous chapters have pictured several different electromagnetic vehicles actually depositing the A and B rings (Plates 5, 6 and 7). These fortuitous pictures say not only that the ring material is quite new, but also that continuous regeneration can occur. Conversely, ring extinction by vaporization is a realistic possibility. Vaporization could result consequentially from the immense, high-temperature luminous, mobile forms which can be generated. Exemplary forms are a fire ball larger than earth's moon (Plate 6) and a lightning stroke almost as long as the State of California (Plate 16). Yet still, these displays of power are fairly modest.

 Plate 17: A colorful, large-scale narrow-band disruption in Saturn's rings extending across the
entire ring system.

One of the most massive displays of power is a large-scale disruption in Saturn's rings extending across the entire ring system. This dramatically colorful display, presented in Plate 17, gives the rings an appearance of being shifted rightward within a narrow band. A discontinuity band, such as this, is rare in photographs of the A and B rings. Hence the phenomenon likely is aperiodic and of fairly brief duration - perhaps days, or even hours. In addition to the multicolored band, very narrow parallel markings can be seen extending chordwise across the rings in several locations. Further, two luminous sources appear in the right-hand sector of the rings. One is positioned in the Cassini division above the discontinuity band, and the other is located just below the band in the A ring. Noteworthy, too, is the completely filled Cassini gap. Usually, this gap appears mostly as empty space. An astounding 218,000 km (136,000 mi) is spanned by the colorful band, roughly the equivalent of 17 earth diameters. Band width is in the neighborhood of 3000 km (1850 mi), equivalent to about 3/4 the distance across the continental United States. Contained within the narrow rectangular area across the rings is an area of about 670 million square kilometers (approximately 260 million square miles).

Thus, the affected region exceeds the total surface of the earth, which is about 510 million square kilometers (197 million square miles). Obviously, a disturbance of such great magnitude requires immensely enormous energy. Insight concerning the physical situation in and near the discontinuity band is provided by subsequent plates presenting enlargements embracing localities at points labeled 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

Presence of electromagnetic vehicles on the right side of the ring system in Plate 17 is clued by two luminous sources. Plate 18 identifies these sources and pinpoints vehicles contributing to the apparent ring shift and to a filled Cassini gap. Involved are at least 5 vehicles, locations of which are numbered (1) through (5). These are discussed in numerical order.

Of the five vehicles just mentioned, the first is positioned in the outer edge of the A ring. A substantial length of the visible body is subtended between the dual pointers of label (1). Toward the end, a wishbone filament can be identified straddling the body similar to those in Plate 16. Emissions from vehicle (1) feed the nearby luminous source. 

Another vehicle, labeled (2), pokes its nose slightly up out of the Cassini gap. Body ejecta and the luminous source hide all the body aft of the nose and also fill the Cassini gap. Each side of the vehicle (2) ejects a lateral emission, heretofore termed a bi-lateral projection in discussion of Plates 15 and 16. This projection extends completely across the A and B rings, a distance of the order of 42,000 km (26,000 mi). Below the bi-lateral projection, a blue- colored niche exists on the inner edge of the B ring. This angular niche is delineated by two skewed linear elements. One element is a vehicle, labeled (3), positioned at the upper left corner of the niche. The other element is a secondary
projection, A-B, originating at a distant vehicle labeled (4). Vehicle (4).

located in the A ring near the top edge of the picture, generates a leftward lateral projection from which the secondary emerges near B.

The vehicle and the terminal end of the projection colorfully interact to create the angular niche. The interaction creates the impression that the B-ring inner edge locally is shifted toward the right.

Label (5) in Plate 18 directs attention to a cylindrical vehicle whose nose is located in the Cassini gap. From above and below the nose, ejecta form an occluded division between the A and B rings. Plate 19, an enlarged view, reveals vehicle and ejecta detail and shows components of the A-ring discontinuity, the apparent ring shift and a nous source. All these interconnected events are occasioned by the presence of an electromagnetic vehicle. A two-pointer lael locates the vehicle with respect to the B ring and the Cassini gap. Within the spread of these pointers measured along the top element, about 2 body diameters of length appear in dark color. About another body diameter of length can be discerned covered with a mantle of cloudy efflux. Vehicular angular position is such that efflux from the top and bottom of the nose fills what normally would be the open Cassini division, or gap. Axial exhaust, whose diameter measures about 1/2 that of the body, is projected into the A ring and creates a blue area there. A rope-like appendage, or tongue, is attached beneath the nose.

Above the nose, a stream of ejecta trails aftward and separates the A and B rings. This streamer consists of 5 interconnected nodules*, labeled (1) through (5). Each nodule grows a lateral trunk, the five Nodular streams are characteristic of pinched-plasma flows and have electromagnetic Properties.

Plate 18: Luminous sources provide clue to presence of electromagnetic vehicles as a causative
mechanism for a filled Cassini gap and an apparent ring shift.

Plate 19: Vehicle and ejecta in the Cassini gap in relation to an A-ring discontinuity, apparent ring
shift and a luminous source.

being designated by letters (a) through (e) to match nodules (1) through (5), respectively. Upper trunk (e) causes the discontinuity in texture of the A ring. Trunks (c), (d) and (e) develop 3 colorful branches which extend beyond the A ring and provide the appearance of a local ring shift. Trunk (a) is connected directly to the luminous source. Branches of trunks (c), (d) and (e) also are connected to the luminous source. Branch connections are made by an intermediate straight-line element labeled a transmission line. Between the end of the transmission line and trunk (a), a luminous arc is drawn. This arc, or luminous source, is about the size of earth's moon. Structural manipulation of the A ring and development of such a large luminous source convey the sense of tremendous power inherent in the vehicle.

On the left side of the ring system in Plate 17, there are no luminous sources to signal the presence of electromagnetic vehicles. However, findings from Plate 19 reveal that a completely filled Cassini gap is a positive indicator. An enlarged view has been made of Plate 17 in the vicinity of location-label (3). This view, introduced as Plate 20, shows the apparent ring shift and band discontinuities in relation to two electromagnetic vehicles in the Cassini gap. Picture orientation has been rotated clockwise 90 degrees to facilitate feature recognition. One vehicle is labeled (1), and the other (2). Each nose position is indicated by a pointer. Both vehicles have substantial angle-of-attack with Plate 20: Apparent ring shift and band discontinuity in relation to two electromagnetic vehicles in the Cassini gap.

respect to the ring plane, perhaps as much as 30 degrees. Consequently, the aft end of each is below the ring-plane surface and, therefore, not identifiable directly. Unique emissions, or ejecta, along the body length mconfirm vehicular presence in the Cassini division. At the nose of vehicle (1) in Plate 20, a unilateral projection extends leftward to demarcate the base of the niche in the A ring. About a body diameter left of the nose, a perpendicular columnar jet rises and extends to the edge of the A ring where it disappears. This jet is labeled a secondary projection as it originates from a primary uni-lateral projection. The two projections provide the horizontal and vertical boundaries of the niche which, impressionistically, appears as a local shift of the ring. Cassini-gap filler substances are produced for the most part by various emissions along top elements of the vehicle body. Nose ejecta also contribute. One of the sources of filler substances is a  hemispherical unit, or "turret" located about 2 body diameters aft of the nose. Other sources are nodular streamers which are discharged directly from the body surface. Two such streamers, a large and a small one, are identified in the plate. The base of the larger one is positioned about 4 body diameters aft of the nose. The smaller one starts slightly aft of the larger one. Contributing nose ejecta take the form of a knotty curvilinear jet, or tongue, which protrudes from the bottom of the nose. A secondary projection is emitted vertically downward from this tongue and causes the right-hand discontinuity across the B ring.

Vehicle (2) in Plate 20 is similar physically to (1) in that a tongue, a turret and nodular streamers appear in comparable locations. A unilateral projection also occurs, except that it is further aft, originating at the base of nodular streamers. Slightly outboard of the body, a downward secondary projection develops from the uni-lateral projection to which other body side-emissions contribute. The two downward secondaries supply the discontinuity boundaries of the apparent band shift. Cross flow directly connects the secondaries above the uni-lateral projection. Below, the uni-lateral projection itself interacts with the two secondaries to create somewhat of a diagonal flow. An additional element associated with vehicle (2) is a junction located at the B-ring inner edge, functioning as a terminator for the uni-lateral projection. Having planar sides, this junction is tremendously interesting. Planar shapes can be constructed with electro-potential fields, but only with appropriate field combinations.

Hence, such combinations are not likely to occur by chance. Inferentially, applied intelligence would seem to be required.

Examination of the discontinuity boundaries shown in Plate 20, specifically at the B-ring inner edge, leads to further discoveries. These discoveries, presented in Plate 21, become evident upon enlarging the region labeled (4) in Plate 17. Plate 21 reveals braided strands, a braiding unit and cross flow between discontinuity-band boundaries.

Plate 21: Braided strands, a braiding unit and cross flow between discontinuity boundaries at the
B-ring inner edge.

Creating these discontinuity boundaries is the familiar pair of secondary projections originating at an electromagnetic vehicle in the Cassini division (Plate 20). The projections, labeled (1) and (2), have about equal diameters and are spaced on centers about 6 diameters apart. Attached to the side projection of (1) is a pair of tightly braided strands (a) and (b). These strands are not connected to the side of projection (2) in the same manner as for projection (1). Instead, a connection is made to a stubby protuberance thereon. Distributed around the protuberance, or braiding unit, are individually attached strands comprising braided strands (a) and (b). While these separate strands appear quite narrow in the picture, actual width is about 90 km (56 mi). Considering that the originating source may be as much as 45,000 km (28,000 mi) distant, such flow is quite remarkable. Issuing from the end of projection (1) are two filaments (a) and (b). One, (a), is positioned near the upper part of the terminal face; and the other, (b), is located centrally. End-flow filament (b) forms an arch between projections (1) and (2). Cross flow between the projections occurs
because of a relative potential difference. Arching is due to the potential causing reorientation of the initial flow direction.

Remaining to be examined is the central part of the ring system designated as region (5) in Plate 17. This region, exhibited in Plate 22, shows that B-ring emissions become C-ring constituents. In the plate, secondary projections (1) and (2), and end-flow filaments (a) and (b) are the same as previously identified in Plate 21. Similarly, the bilateral projection is the same as identified in Plate 18. Confirming Plate 21, end-flow filament (b) connects  with secondary projection (2).

Filament (a) can be seen for the first time to extend about midway across to the opposite B-ring edge.  Near the mid point, M, the flow arches back to a point, P, at the B-ring inner edge, analogous to the return of filament (b) to projection (2). The re-entrant flow element from point M is labeled filament (c). Emissions from filaments (a), (b), (c), the bi-lateral projection and other points along the B-ring inner edge fill the entire central ring system. Lying adjacently within the B ring the emissions comprise the region commonly designated the C ring. However, no inner edge exists to delineate a boundary between the C and D rings. For this particular sighting, therefore, the D ring must be considered non-existent. C and D rings have been observed in the past, and undoubtedly will continue to be observed in the future. 

Plate 22: B-ring emissions become C-ring constituents.

this plate indicates that their occurrence is dependent upon electromagnetic vehicles in the ring system. Specifically, the rings are related  to vehicle positioning and degree of emission activity.

Plates 17 through 22 demonstrate pointedly the massive power of electromagnetic vehicles. That this power can produce significant effects at extremely remote distances also is demonstrated. Additionally, two luminous sources, each about the size of earth's moon dramatize an apparently simple vehicular capability, albeit an awesome power in the accustomed framework of human beings.

Alignment  and positioning of vehicles on the left side of the ring system is found to be distinctly different from that on the right side. Yet, the narrow discontinuity band across the entire ring system is aligned quite in a straight line. Restated, several independent events acting in concert are required to create the linear, uniform-width discontinuity band across the tremendous span of chordwise opposite rings. Ordinarily, only a single causative agent is dominantly responsible for an event.

Here, however, at least 7 powerful agents of like kind are involved. In this situation, intelligent coordination would appear to be a more reasonable presumption than a chance occurrence of numerous simultaneous events. Even were the band caused by a single exceptionally large unit, the discontinuity band can be regarded as something of a big show. After all, the band is not at all a prevalent feature of the Saturnian ring system. Indeed, attention paid here may be the first directed specifically to this phenomenon. Viewed then as a rare show of power, the uniquely colorful band  probably holds the distinction of having been constructed deliberately. This likelihood is enhanced by the finding that the A and B rings, in fact, are constructed. Formation of the cross-system band and generation of the A and B rings both imply that indigenous to electromagnetic  vehicles is a portentous controlling power.

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