Pluto Surface pics vs. My "frozen broth" heat simulation Sub-Page

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I created a simulation with a central heat source and a "frozen broth" that perfectly simulated the frozen N2 Nitrogen and Methane with water ice environment of Pluto ... compare the live en sitio pics with my center heated experiment ... you can see the surface slowly churning and bringing the shapes and forms found on pluto ... there are 2 heat sources on pluto and at this point it is impossible to tell which dominates BUT it is clear that pluto has a significant internal heat source ... the other is the Joule heating created by the discharge of the solar capacitor ... the comet tail attracted by the electrical field of pluto (created by the discharge of the solar capacitor) you can see falling into the planet in the haze layers that extend far into space in the photo below ... now look and the real pic and scroll down to see my simulated internal heat source experiment ... note that some (not all) of the "craters" are actually bubbles that surface in the hot rising gasses (remember hot is relative ... to us this would be super cold but relatively there are warm thermal currents that create the pluto surface we are seeing ... 

The following pic is my "frozen broth" experiment photo what do you think ??? does Pluto have an internal heat source ? of course it does but this certainly does not fite the picture of a 4.5 billion year old planet ...

Charon is Pluto's largest of five moons ... in the horribly low resolution photo below we see that it is exactly like pluto on the surface ... the two object Charon and Pluto clearly are forming at this time and from the same process ... at the very bottom of this page i show the early pictures that confirm that my prediction of comet activity at pluto is causing their ongoing formation ...  from a distance we see pluto and its 5 known moons to act like comets complete with plasma tails (bottom set of pics) attracting the material from the nebular ion cloud which lies just to the outside of pluto

Craters on pluto's surface show that this region of the solar system is quite active with bodies ... like asteroids ... since these pot holes quickly repair themselves you can see the active ongoing cratering and repair ... also you can see many flow areas where something liquid carved out a river bed

 

the "snakeskin" effect is not understood yet in the surface features but also notice that the terrain is mountainous ... clearly pluto's surface is an active dynamic surface

islands of ice below another high resolution pic 

Look at the big newer crater in the left center of the pic ... now search the landscape for flows like in the upper left had corner do you see the valleys and ridge lines ??? do you see craters filled up and almost unrecognizable ... this is a young active planetary surface 



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