The north pole of Jupiter pictured in this infrared Juno satellite image from JPL NASA sports an eight-sided boxlike precise collection of hurricanes.
The south pole has five hurricanes around a central one. Juno data confirms both these structures have persisted for years.
As Jupiter is the fifth of eight planets it is natural to ask if this is a sign. There are 8 planets total in our solar system: 4 inner, or call them ‘beta’ worlds, and 4 outer, or ‘alpha’ worlds.
Fermi's Paradox asks “If aliens exist why haven't they contacted us?” Gauss postulated that communication between advanced species might take place easily by use of large geometrical shapes on a Planetary scale.