This is a translation of my Dutch written article: “Europa Maan”.
First we look at the starting point, which means at the same time the endpoint. There is one set of billions of galaxies, which have billions of solar systems. That one is completely according to my information, 17.2 billion years ago from a - what humanity calls - big bang. I call it more of a 'plop' or 'pop'. From an object the size of 3 x 5 mm, creating this 'pop' that will lead to the immense size universe. The object or element has 37.5 billion years to be able to develop. See my article on the beginning of the universe. Change at will the number of years. The thing is in my head and help of others, I have requested but not received. So I decide to keep my information. It still don’t takes me seriously, but that's not my problem but theirs.
But do I have it wrong? The pop who mistakes the man for big bang, could just as well have been an exploding solar system. After all, it strikes me that the age of our solar system is getting younger according to several scientists. So please just settle for my 70 billion theory.
Before I dive into a milky way and then into a solar system, I first want to explain the start of this article: A starting point that is also the endpoint.
Doing a small test to understand what I mean: Take a table and set a point on top of it. Mark it with a piece of tape. Travel in a straight line to the end of the table, go down a little, get back in the full length, up for a little and then to the starting point. The end is the same as the beginning. You can also travel around the world to get the same effect. By the curve of the Earth you will end at the starting point. But if you don’t want to use the curve of the Earth you can go into space and travel through solar systems and milky ways and eventually you will end at the starting point. Due to the curvature in space you will eventually return to your starting point, even though you are traveling in a straight line. In human terms we will never be able to test such a journey because such a trip will take trillions of years.
In space there is a curve. This gets its source by the powers of all planets and moons, which will keep everything on its place in a solar system. But the pressure of other solar systems are having an effect on our system. Look at my article “#NoNinthPlanet”, where you can find a part about a bath tub filled with balloons. All those balloons affect each other and have all the billions of solar systems and galaxies influence each other.
Approximately 200 million years ago there is a solar system (in our milky way) exploded. From there, an unprecedented amount of pieces of space debris progressed all sides. This includes a fairly large piece of a moon. After a long journey of some 20 million years, that piece of moon came into our solar system and first landed in the outer ring of our system, known as the Oort cloud (named after Jan Hendrik Oort). By frictional forces and all sorts of debris and space waves ends the piece eventually moon orbiting Jupiter, where it enters into a struggle with the moons and other objects around Jupiter. Logical that man finds that the moon Europa is only 170 million years old. By the forces of the other objects and the planet Jupiter creates an active moon where life could develop. The Kuiper Belt has few affect the moon, because the belt is further away. Observing geysers by scientists at the Europa moon area and not later perceive this, has to do with the various forces which Europa is exposed to. Having self-gravity, the forces of all surrounding objects and that of Jupiter, ensure that only once in five years, active geysers are visible on this moon.
Let me first anatomize this moon:
The core consists of iron ore with a high density. Europa is not the only moon who looks like that inside. In fact, all the moons and planets are provided with such a core. Thus, it can move around the axis are possible. In order to find the back core is a liquid magma layer, which is largely closed off by a layer of silicate rock. Above it is salt water with a height of about 100 kilometers. Halfway through this ocean, which covers almost the entire circumference of the moon, there is life which is somewhat similar to the tube worm that we know on Earth. However, the worm in Europa is not fitted with a container from the lime. Without doing a thing the worm can hoover at a level of approximately 50 kilometers from the ocean floor. I also could write 50 kilometers from the ice layer, but the thickness of the ice is not everywhere the same. The ice layer is working like the tectonic plates we know on Earth. The life comes just as on earth from the Black Smokers. The places where the geysers originate. As I described earlier are those active only once every five years. The ice on the ocean is variable in thickness. Most places are 31 kilometers in thickness, near the geysers however it is 0 till 18 cm. These places are extremely well suited for access from the outside to the ocean. The worms also live mainly in the vicinity of such places at a depth of 50 kilometers. From the thinnest place it is 80 kilometers.
I do not think it advisable to land with metal resources in Europa, because this is a polluting effect shall focus on this moon. I am more in favor of composite materials, which you can create balls that melt through the thin ice by friction. If you shoot the spheres with a special-effect results in a rotational movement of the composite material on the ice, and it will melt by automatically end up in the underlying ocean. Once spheres have disappeared under the ice, they can open up and make measurements.
Going back to the worms, how they look and how they reproduce.
An adult worm has the length of 300 cm and a diameter of 50 cm. The inside of the worm is hollow. Small hairs ensures the supply of food, which can also be its own species. Every five years shares the worm itself in up to 300 new worms, if a length of 300 cm exists. At a smaller adult worm, the number of new worms less. Due to the presence of these worms on moon Europa, there is the possibility of multiple forms of life. Probably all under water, although there is life that can withstand extreme cold. On Earth, we know bear animals, they can under conditions of prolonged drought, cold (nearly -270 degrees) or heat (over +120 degrees) survive. They reproduce by eggs. The worms on Europa are hermaphroditic. By the time they begin to share they are female. At the moment they are divided, they are masculine. In fact, these worms are male throughout most of their lives.
Thanks to this article, I can state that experienced scientists do not experience the Big Bang today, but the explosion of one or more solar systems. Unless the scientists are wrong and it is still 16.4 billion years since the Big Bang occurred. This after a development of 37.5 billion years.