The Hollow Earth: Saturn's Mysterious Polar Cyclone

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Saturn's Mysterious Polar Cyclone

Once again we have here a classic example of the inadequacy of conventional scientific theory in explaining a naturally occurring phenomenon such as the perpetual cyclone at the southern pole of Saturn. The polar cyclone is two thirds the size of planet earth and remains permanently fixed at Saturn's south pole throughout the year. The mechanism which keeps this cyclone firmly anchored in one spot has scientists baffled, yet again, and floundering to come up with an explanation. The cyclone's existence could easily be explained if scientists were to open their minds to the possibility that Saturn (and Jupiter) are not entirely 'gas' giants but consist of a solid crust with openings at each of their poles that lead into the interior of the planets.


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