by J. Edward Carper

February 28, 2013

from JabbingJupiter Website





Proposed Resulting in

The July 19, 2009 “Wesley Mark”





July 19, 2009
Mark spotted and first imaged by Anthony Wesley at 216 (II), -57. (305:III, -57)
The lower left of the frame is the south pole of Jupiter.

July 29, 2009 (approx. 10 days later)
The core of the mark is still at 216 (II), -57.
Black debris has spread east from there.



Theo Ramakers writes,

"Here is an updated animation containing the images of a large number of dedicated Jupiter imagers, members of the ALPO Jupiter listserve. Hans Joerg Mettig from in Germany converted the submitted images to a polar projection, and I put them together in an animation. Notice the rather that just spreading out, the original impact site seems to keep pouring out black stuff that then drifts away.”

Theo Ramakers [with the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers]



August 9, 2009 (3 weeks after July 19)
Mark core/origin still at 216 (II), -57
Black debris has spread further east at a rate of about 15 km per hr., the general rate of easterly winds at this latitude in the SPR (South Polar Region).



Individual frames, as included in an animation by Hans Joerg Mettig and Theo Ramakers.


The full animation can also be found at:



(A) Asteroid impact scenario



Debris, broken and displaced by the winds.


In the conventional theory this is what should have occurred because the proposed “asteroid” could not have penetrated deep enough to cause the debris to appear to “hold in place”.


Also note that the asteroid theory goes against other conventional theory that suggests only comets should be rarely impacting Jupiter.


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(B) Internal event scenario

Silica source inside Jupiter (near center). Abundant silica was found in the debris.

The evidence suggests a deep internal event violently thrust liquidated material from near the center of Jupiter up to the surface.


A sudden and extreme pressure change near the center could have caused this.


In the above diagrams, ‘A1’, then 3 weeks later, ‘A2’, resulting from an initial “asteroid impact”, is the conventional explanation, whereas ‘B1’ then ‘B2’ 3 weeks later, is the proposed logical explanation.


The dashed line in all diagrams goes through the surface of Jupiter at 216(II) longitude, 57 south latitude, the original site of the “Wesley mark”.

Scenario ‘A’ (conventional theory) is not plausible, as any asteroid debris would have been carried east in its totality and broken up further and further east over time as shown to the right.


After just one week all debris should have generally been displaced at least 6000 km east and should have hardly been visible at that time.






What the information in the above article suggests is that there has been an extraordinary event very deep inside Jupiter occurring near what used to be its "rocky core".


This event has been theorized in my book to have been plausibly produced by a trillion Kelvin heat spark from one of the fuel pellets that NASA/D.O.E. inserted into Jupiter within the protected GAEP probe in December of 1995 (the pellets took 13.5+ years to drift down that far).


Such a heat spark could have come from a fission reaction from the plutonium-238/239 within this fuel pellet (called an LWRHU).

Even though the amount of fissionable material is small in one of these LWRHU's, it would have survived the journey to reach a point of around 30 million bars pressure (near the core of Jupiter) at which point only a very small mass of fissionable material is necessary to reach the "supercritical point" for fission to occur, and the fuel in the pellet IS a fissionable material, that is,

"capable of producing a sustained FISSION reaction".

This method is very similar to the way a hydrogen bomb works on Earth, yet deep inside Jupiter the "charged and angled implosion mechanism" is taken care of naturally by the very even, extreme, and homogenous pressure applied to all sides of the LWRHU pellet to initiate FISSION and then FUSION thereafter in the heavy Jupiter hydrogen.

How can the plutonium survive to this depth inside Jupiter?


The 'equation of state' for its protective heat shield made of carbon allows it, since as more pressure is applied to the carbon, it takes more and more heat to melt it, so it actually stays a solid until its contents fission.

Once a fission spark of this incredible temperature was made possible, this was immediately hot enough to cause a NUCLEAR FUSION CHAIN REACTION that produced an enormous explosion (the dense hydrogen outside the core here would encourage this, a P-P fusion reaction).

This initial disturbance tried to find pressure equilibrium by shifting towards the surface of Jupiter.


In its wake it left a pressure void that soon reached and affected the rocky center of Jupiter causing it to violently liquidate sending up small portions of Jupiter's center all of the way to its surface! Incredibly, this is what we may have seen on July 19, 2009, portions of the silica center of Jupiter being expelled (abundant silica was detected in the signature of the Wesley mark).


To clarify, imagine the core of Jupiter under 10's of millions of bars of pressure suddenly being exposed to pressures much, much lower. That is a recipe for violent expulsion. Similar action happens when magma deep under the Earth's crust becomes too hot and thrusts upward, call a "thermal convection shaft".

Also note that no halo was spotted for the supposed "impact" of an asteroid.


If such an asteroid impact had occurred to cause the Wesley mark, there would have been a compression mark called a "halo". Additionally, all asteroids were have to been cleared out by Jupiter millions of years ago, yet we are to believe that not only was one still present but that it had the gall to impact Jupiter!

This fusion reaction could still be modestly burning away near the center of Jupiter, for in 2010 and 2012 we saw yet more evidence of Jupiter's center being under duress; two massive and antipodal electrical discharges imaged at the surface of Jupiter in 2010 followed in 2012 by yet the most massive of the three.


NASA has recently released an article ("Turmoil From Below...") highlighting the "global heat changes" occurring within Jupiter in the last few years since 2009. All of the evidence points to an internal event of great magnitude affecting Jupiter, and continuing to affect it.

See "The Philosopher's Stone for the Transformation of Jupiter - Project Lucifer" for more information on this theory.

Note 2
With the Wesley mark there is clear evidence of a sustained fusion reaction deep inside Jupiter (it may or may not still be on-going but it lasted for a significant amount of time).


The mark we saw at the surface was not fusion actually happening at the surface (that stayed deep), but the mark was the result of liquidation of the high pressure center of Jupiter after the fusion reaction had changed the pressure dynamics there (the extreme pressure change propelled material upward for three weeks).


This is the only way silica could be found in the signature at the surface...


Somewhat like a Jupiter volcano caused by an extreme event below.