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Answered 2011-09-13 15:06:04

When the Galileo spacecraft mission ended on September 21, 2003, with its intentional destruction, a veil of secrecy began to be drawn around a possible alternative mission that many here on Earth were unaware of. Launched in 1989 aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis, Galileo had been exploring Jupiter and its moons since December 1995.

After several firsts for NASA and space science in general, the GALILEO PROBE was crash landed on the surface of Jupiter to avoid contaminating Jupiter's moon "EUROPA" with its nuclear payload. Scientist feared biological/nuclear/chemical pollution of Europa's oceans, at least that is the cover story. The nuclear payload that GALILEO delivered to the surface was intended to trigger a massive nuclear explosion.

Jupiter's atmosphere contains near identical amounts of helium as the Sun. A hydrogen/helium exposion triggered by the nuclear payload was intended to make Jupiter the new Sun on the block. Rumor has it, that the intent was to ward-off another ice age here on Gaia. The fact that Jupiter remains somewhat intact and has not yet begun to shine like a Sun, neither confirms the rumor or disspell it also.

The fact remains that within the inner circles of scientists and corporate elite, only they know the true extent of PROJECT GALILEO, or it's timetable. While watching Larry King (CNN March 30/08) I heard that those probing into the GALILEO PROJECT have been told to curb their interests. For those with inquisitive minds I urge you to do your own investigation and demand an account of where your tax dollars are going and for what reason. Simply Google the following titles with Galileo included: JASON...JASON SOCIETY...BROTHERHOOD OF THE SNAKE...THE ROSHANIYA...NASA & The New World Order...and lastly but most importantly Revelations. AND THERE WILL BE SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS.

Lennox

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Hi Lennox,

If all that is true...the why isn't Saturn classified? Aren't they planning, if they already haven't, to detonate several times the amount to nukes on Saturn? which is also substantionally smaller than Jupiter, so more bang on a smaller planet would seem more promising for fission. Now I'm just a casual observer, and I love some of the stuff that's on the net no matter how outlandish it may sound to some. I'm also not an expert in any relevent field of study in this area. I do know that one argument I heard against the idea was that Jupiter was far too small to become a star, to which someone replied it would simply expand upon impact. I guess the same could be said for Saturn, but it would have a lot more expanding to do.

And the purpose of this would be what?..to colonize Europa or Titan? Could this be inspired by Robert Zubrin's smaller goal of terraforming Mars? I'm sorry if this isn't posted in the right place.

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