Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Ringmakers of Saturn chp 7 Vehicle Recognition

The scale is hard to grasp and it is equally hard to grasp just how long this has to have been underway.  Earth's known time window for terra forming is around 500,000 years or 50,000 centuries.

What all this makes completely clear is that massive populations are shifted between stars in generational ships that take centuries to make their traverses who inevitably need reaction mass for course corrections and the next leg onward.  Contact and necessary movement is also maintained through wormholes as well.

Thus we have the Gas giants turned into recharging stations.  The process has also begun with Uranus as well.  This is a remarkable interpretation that we cannot reject out of hand.  It places our solar system in a interstellar network of contact and that is vastly more believable than claims we are alone when that is also patently not true however the denialists wish it.

The author had access to high quality data, although we can be sure that he was unable to share much of that.  The photos here are only those published by NASA.

CHAPTER 7   Vehicle Recognition

Evidence is 100 percent positive that propulsive vehicles generate the inner- and outer-Enke A rings of Saturn. Presence of these units is made fortuitously clear in Plates 5 through 8. Ordinarily, emissions are so profuse and chameleonic in character that recognition is rendered quite difficult. 

Recognition also is hindered by different modes of vehicle operation which produce strangely diverse appearances. In absolute size, these mobile bodies are unearthly large. However, in terms of typical Voyager photographic fields of view, frontal body images are close to being imperceptibly small.

Feature recognition, therefore, is in part a developed skill of geometric perception in relation to surroundings. Cognitive skill is deterred when one has never performed the exercise of examining and correlating numerous  photographs. Lest this deterrent have caused difficulty in relating to reality of size, this chapter shall approach earlier subject matter from a different viewpoint. Then, consideration will be given to two close-ups of Saturn which will provide information transitional to subsequent chapters.

Three distinctly different sizes of vehicle appear in Plates 5 through 9. The smallest generates the outer-Enke A ring and the next size larger generates the inner-Enke A ring. During ring formation, hot axial exhaust is directed into the Enke and Cassini gaps tending to clear them of matter. The largest of the three vehicles is long enough to extend almost across both the A and the B rings (Plate 9). Ratio of length to diameter for all is in the neighborhood of 13 to 1. Given the premise that the small and intermediate units together generate the A ring, a fair inference is that a single larger vehicle similarly might generate the B and C rings. A single vehicle is inferred because no gap exists between the B and C rings. If these observations really are true, then it follows that ring size must be a fairly good measure of vehicle size.

That, indeed, ring and vehicle size are related intimately is illustrated by Plate 27. In the figure are shown three fineness-ratio 13 vehicles having multiple unit sizes of 1, 2 and 4. These sizes closely satisfy the Planar dimensional requirements for forming the A, B and C rings. In Plate 27: Three fineness-ratio 13 vehicles having multiple unit sizes of 1, 2 and 4 closely satisfy tinplanar dimensional requirements for forming the A, B, C and D Saturnian rings. View is perpendicular to the ring plane.

the polar view shown in the figure, the bottom element of each vehicle is a line, which, when extended, perpendicularly intersects an extended Saturnian equatorial diameter. Intersections of these line pairs mark points of tangency of the vehicle body-element lines (extended) with respect to ring-gap boundaries. For example, the tangent point for Vehicle I is at the Enke gap; for Vehicle II, it is at the Cassini gap; and for Vehicle III, it is at the surface of Saturn.

Vehicle sizes I, II and III fairly accurately portray the vehicles to the scale revealed by Plates 5 through 9. Vehicles I and II are seen in Plates 5 through 8 at about the same relative location with respect to the rings as shown in figure 27. Vehicle III in Plate 9 assumes a position across the A and B rings more like that depicted by the dashed lines in the figure. When 12,669 km (7874 mi) is taken as the unit length, Vehicle II is twice the size of I; and Vehicle III is twice the size of II. Vehicle lengths in terms of Earth's equatorial diameter are 0.99, 1.99 and 3.97, respectively. Even Vehicle I, the smallest, is large in that its length is almost the same as Earth's diameter. Vehicle III is much more
immense. A circular disc having the same cross-sectional area as Vehicle III would cover the United States coast-to-coast, and extend from the south-western shore of Hudson Bay, Canada to Matzalan,
Mexico. Intermediate-size Vehicle II (1949 km diameter) has a frontal area which compares favorably with the size of Saturnian satellite Iapetus(1460 km).

Other basic cognitive features concern the countenance presented by a vehicle as it orbitally moves around Saturn. Plate 28 shows a simplified electromagnetic vehicle in different attitude angles at two
positions during formation of the inner-Enke A ring. These two positions are labeled (1) and (2).

In position (1), the vehicle presents side and bottom profiles in polar and equatorial views, respectively. In the polar view shown, the vehicle assumes a skew angle of 15 degrees. Vertex of this skew angle lies on the bottom longitudinal body element at the furthermost point forward.

The skew angle is formed by two lines which pass through the vertex: one line is the bottom element whose extension is tangent to the inner adjacent ring and also perpendicular to a Saturn radius extended to the point of tangency (dashed lines); the other line is tangent at the vertex to the inner ring being formed as well as perpendicular to a Saturn radius drawn to the vertex (solid lines). In effect, the initial angle at which a leading-edge nose streamer trails back over the body of the orbiting vehicle is equal to the skew angle. To maintain constant width of the inner-Enke A ring, then, a vehicle must continue in orbit holding a constant 15-degree skew angle. A larger skew angle implies a wider ring. Thus, differing measurements by various observers for inner- and outer-Enke A ring widths can be accounted for by variation in skew angle by these ring-forming vehicles.

In position (2), the vehicle presents top and side profiles in the polar and equatorial views, respectively. Again, the same 15-degree skew Plate 28: A simplified electromagnetic vehicle in different attitude angles for two orbital positions during formation of the inner-Enke A-ring.

angle is shown as for position (1), but orientation of the streamers with respect to the ring plane has been changed. Instead of the streamers being placed in the ring plane when the vehicle is in an attitude of zero degrees with respect to the ring plane, the streamers are now placed there with a different body attitude. To attain this condition, the vehicle first must be rolled clockwise 90 degrees. In this position, the streamers shoot up and out of the ring plane. To get them back in, the tail end must be lowered so that the body is inclined 15 degrees to the ring plane. When this is done, streamers are made to flow into the ring plane.

Vehicle countenance in flight attitudes portrayed by positions (1) and (2) poses different identity situations. For example in flight attitude (1), a vehicle virtually would be unrecognizable when following in the dense wake of another. However, when a new ring is being formed, in a polar-oriented view the ring will assume a cut-off appearance commensurate with the orbital skew angle. 
Thereby,  identity readily is established. For either of these two situations, Plate 28 illustrates that an equatorial view alone will provide little cognitive assistance. In flight attitude (2), vehicle presence is fairly easy to establish. The reason is that the nose protrudes slightly beyond the location of the furthest-forward trailing streamer. Though little of the body can be seen in a top view, a partial revelation does not mean that the rest is not there. In the equatorial view of Plate 28, a vehicle exhibits a large profile when in the attitude of position (2). Therefore, one could  think that detection might be easy. Unfortunately, cloudiness from lateral body emissions tends to hide everything. 

Nonetheless, mere identity of a single recurring feature, such as the nose, may lead to observation of other new features and modes of operation. 

Possible new features and modes of operation are offered for consideration in Plates 29 and 30. Both plates contain close-ups of Saturn, and attract attention mainly because of their being dramatically colorful. Order in the color patterns prompts examination for potential latent information.

In Plate 29, a dark-blue latitudinal stripe in Saturn's atmosphere emanates from an object identifiable as a probable electromagnetic vehicle component. Located at the upper left edge of the picture, this object is found surrounded by an azure-blue glow. Emission character, shape and positional attitude suggest the presence of an electromagnetic vehicle, only the extreme end of which is observable. 

Plate 29: A dark blue latitudinal stripe in Saturn's atmosphere emanates from an object
identifiable as a probable electromagnetic vehicle component.

Atop the object, stubby emissions point outward at angles slightly different from one another. These different pointing angles impute an underlying curved surface. Surface curvature further is confirmed by a circular  orifice which appears elliptical because of being viewed sideways as well as frontally. Between the orifice and stubby emissions, a section transitional to a larger body diameter is consistent with diverse emission pointing angles. A small toroid located at the base of the exhaust orifice attests to the electromagnetic character of the immediate locality. Below the toroid and orifice, a hose-like appendage or tongue projects longitudinally. Adjacent to the toroid, two arched azure-blue plumes are emitted from the tongue surface. These plumes contribute to the regional glow. Further down, plume generation becomes quite profuse and enlarges the glow. At the edge of the azureblue  region, plumes can be seen to braid and knit themselves into a tight mass. This mass, which forms a long continuum of the tongue, appears as a stripe in Saturn's outer atmosphere. The stripe is placed longitudinally whereas the body's longitudinal axis is displaced considerably from the latitudinal. Attitude adjustment to accommodate placement of exiting matter is typical for electromagnetic vehicles (Plates 18 and 28). Indications are that the object pictured  probably is the exposed nose of an electromagnetic vehicle.

A second close-up of Saturn containing surprisingly important information is the frontispiece, reprinted as Plate 30. Plate 30 reveals salient features of an operational electromagnetic vehicle. A component, (1), is identifiable readily as the nose orifice. Extending from below the orifice is a long, tightly twisted tongue, (2) The top longitudinal-profile body element, (3), is perceptible for a short distance aft of the nose. Location of the bottom longitudinal-profile body element is obscured inasmuch as a solid band of under-body emissions, (4), exhausts where this element otherwise would appear.

The distance between these two locations establishes an approximate body diameter, (5), and permits estimation of trailing-end location.

1. Nose orifice
2. Tongue
3. Top body element
4. Underbody emissions
5. Body diameter
6. Trailing end
7. Body-attached streamers
 8. Bi-lateral projection
 9. Branch streamers
 10. Annulus
 11. Secondary streamers
 12. Luminous sources
 13. Braided roll
 14. Outer streamers
 15. Nodules
 16. Terminal emissions
  17. Wake

Plate 30: Salient features of an operational electromagnetic vehicle.

When a 13 to 1 fineness ratio is used for length estimation, the trailing end, (6), lies just beyond the furthest aft body-attached streamer, (7).

Back at the nose a bi-lateral projection, (8), can be identified extending on each side. Branch streamers, (9), rise from this projection and flow centrally to form a large overhead annulus, (10). Secondary streamers.

(11), flow into this annulus from in- and out-board of the body. Aft of the annulus two luminous sources, (12), are sustained above the body. 

These sources are components of a complicated network of filaments.

Starting at the cylindrical body, filaments rise upward and form a long braided roll, (13). This roll, in turn, emits filaments which contribute to the luminous sources. Filaments exiting from the sources complete an electrical path upon termination at outer-boundary trailing streamers, (14). The electromagnetic character of these phenomena is affirmed by presence of nodules, (15), on streamers just aft of the annulus. These nodules, being visual properties of pinched plasmas, are indicative of
electromagnetic interactions.

Determination of absolute size is precluded because of uncertainty in reference-dimension accuracy. However, a body length equal to one earth diameter can be assumed per findings of Plate 27. For this
situation, the annulus outside diameter is about equal to the diameter of Earth's moon; and the luminous-source diameters are about 1/3 this size. Length of body lateral projections appear to reach at least a body length, if not farther. The projections in the picture extend outboard such that their terminal emissions, (16), form a well-defined latitude boundary on Saturn. Between the body and terminal emissions, body projections leave wakes of matter, (17), along their entire lengths.

Literally, rivers of electrically charged matter flow from the entire body and affect vast areas. By any worldly standard, this display of organized power is profoundly awesome.

Plate 30 has afforded an opportunity to discuss properties of an operational electromagnetic vehicle, but only generally. Now, the front-end section will be addressed specifically to emphasize detail.

Accordingly, Plate 31 introduces a rendering of the front-end appearance of the electromagnetic body pictured in Plate 30. In the order discussed, the following are labeled for ready identification: (1) cylindrical body; (2) axial exhaust; (3) bi-lateral projection; (4) underbody emissions; (5) nose tongue; (6) nose trailing streamer; (7) branch trailing streamer; (8) body trailing streamers; (9) nose peripheral emissions; and (10) streamer collector.

A cylindrical body, (1), emits a faint axial exhaust flame, (2), of probable extremely high temperature. Diameter of the exhaust orifice is about 1/2 body diameter. Aft of the nose about a body-diameter

1. Cylindrical body
2. Axial exhaust
3. Bi-lateral projection
4. Underbody emissions
5. Nose tongue
6. Nose trailing streamers
 7. Branch trailing streamer
 8. Body trailing streamer
 9. Nose peripheral emissions
 10. Streamer collector
Plate 31: Front-end appearance of an electromagnetic vehicle as rendered from Plate 30.

distant is located a bi-lateral projection, (3). This projection might be likened to wings on an airplane. Below the projection is positioned a lengthy bank of under-body emissions or flame jets, (4). In frontal view, these jets would extend radially outward from beneath the body at a probable angle of about 45 degrees. Immersed in, but extending out of, the flame bank is a tightly entwined tongue, (5). The length of the tongue is at least 2 body diameters and has capability within itself to project emissions or plumes. Atop the body nose just aft of the axial exhaust flame, a bulbar pinched streamer, (6), flows upward and aft.

Other streamers, (7) and (8), also flow aft. Streamer (8) starts at the body; but streamer (7) commences from a lateral projection. Streamer (6) shows an ability to branch directly forward. At the nose ahead of the foreground lateral projection, a small jet (9), is emitted which jumps or "shorts" to the projection. This phenomenon illustrates the presence of different electrical potential (voltage) levels and demonstrates the mechanism that governs flow paths. Also in this same vicinity, numerous small radial emissions occur around the exhaust cowl. The hub labeled (10) acts as a collector to coalesce beginning streamers. Coalescence forms an embryonic streamer which ultimately
bursts forth. 

In this chapter, cylindrical propulsive bodies of approximate fineness ratio 13 have been pictured with lengths ranging from 1 to 4 earth diameters. The bodies and lateral projections spew matter at
elevated temperature and high electrical potential in an orderly, understandable manner. Because of the natural propensity for emissions to seek the least path of resistance to attain a lower potential, all
objects having a lower relative potential are subject to electromagnetic inter-action in some degree. How influential it is, of course, depends upon the distance between the electromagnetic components and the object. Clearly, hot parts of a vehicle could leave imprints on large solid objects, as though branded. Saturn's rings exhibit some of the many residual forms which ejected matter can take. Because of their mobility, vehicles can be expected to appear almost anywhere. A signature of former presence would be unique, solidified objects of appreciable size and differing shapes. Ejecta of different colors equate  to different substances, or compounds. Interestingly, water in vapor, liquid or solid state most likely is a major and prolific exhaust product. 

This assertion is based upon indications that Saturn's great rings are composed of water ice. Vastness of range in vehicular capability further is indicated by large-scale formation and huge, sustentative luminous sources.

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