Tag Archives: Saturn

Is There Life In Uranus? (Or your Neptune…)

Do the conditions of warm water, mud, and minerals needed for life exist inside the “ice giants” of Uranus and Saturn? I think so. Continue reading

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Weather Change on Planets – In Sync With Earth?

Large storms have shown up on Saturn, Uranus, and Mars; complete with unexpected strength and increased polar vortex size and strength. Oh, and on Earth too; but ours must be different because we’re so special /sarc; Continue reading

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Hexagon on Earth?

It looks like polar hexagons are a consequence of a polar projection of close packed cyclones at just the right aspect ratio such that curves on the surface become lines in projection. At least, that’s the Smith Theory Of Planetary Hexagons… Continue reading

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