Sixth Planet

Hexagon

The signs on the poles of Jupiter are fascinating and bear further investigation - NASA’s Juno satellite has of course been the greatest help here. Yet another sign just one orbital out - captured most recently in high detail by flyer Cassini - is even more remarkable.

The North pole of Saturn, the sixth planet, boasts a distinctly perfect geometrical hexagon - a 6-sided object, complete with definitive edges and perfect angles.

6th planet : 6-sided hexagon 


What natural phenomenon coincides other than intelligent life?  Convection patterns?  Polar radiation?  Keep watching...

Earth Signals

An appropriate response given this pattern in the solar system might be to construct a Triangle made of mirrors or flares on the South pole of Earth. Gauss suggested something along this line of thinking, oddly enough.


As the poles are a location where radiation is very high one might harvest the energy using Tesla Towers, perhaps.  Lights!

Gaussian Orbital Maths

  1. Mercury - as yet uninhabited?
  2. Venus - as yet uninhabited by Gauss-stage
  3. Earth - Triangle pending - location?
  4. Mars - Cross of 4 mountains near equator
  5. Jupiter - Pentagon- now Hexagon of Hurricanes on South Pole; Octagon on North Pole
  6. Saturn - Painted full Hexagon on North Pole
  7. Uranus - resting on its side (poles to be imaged)
  8. Neptune (poles to be imaged)
In thinking why beta planets sign at polar regions it seems likely the builders use the radiation energy there, which could stretch the power input offered by a thin heat ray from distant Sol into much more.

The earth being nearer the sun has abundant energy beaming in every nanosecond.  If one wanted to harvest an abundant fountain of free energy from the radiation of our poles, how might we approach the problem?  Are stories of alien tech buried in the ice of the South pole real?  What plans can we make to detect and then draw these currents, which must be massive, into usable form?

Perhaps the South pole can be transformed into a living continent given enough time and consideration.

Venus: Twinning