My gosh, you really are too stupid to survive.
For example, just like the idiot skeptics I defeated, these dolts proudly proclaim:
Meier’s claim was a hypothesis at various times in the past. Here are some reports from 1979:
Newsweek, 23 July 1979 [NW2]
“[Scientists] speculate that the particles [in the ring] could be volcanic materials spewed out by Io”
New York Times, 31 July 1979 [NYT13]
“An alternate suggestion is that Io, the nearest large moon, somehow replenishes the ring with tiny particles.”
Science, 23 November 1979 [Sci3]
“Candidates for sources to supply this material include cometary and meteoric debris, impact ejecta from the inner satellites4, and volcanic ejecta from Io, possibly by magnetospheric forces.”
Do you REALLY not comprehend that Meier published his information on October 19, 1978, and personally gave it to Wendelle Stevens on March 9, 1979…IN SWITZERLAND. ALL of the above dates are well AFTER Stevens already had the information.
As for the also incorrect nonsense regarding water on Io - which you dutifully copy and paste because you’re an anonymous, unthinking clown:
Regarding Meier stating that Io once had water on its surface, Ike42 states, “Meier's incorrect information again matches incorrect information reported in the media.”
Really? What about this, "Computer models suggest Io formed in a region around Jupiter where water ice was plentiful. Io's heat, combined with the resulting possibility of liquid water, could have made life plausible.
'There must have been quite a lot of water on Io shortly after formation, judging from the amount of water ice on Europa and Ganymede,' said Schulze-Makuch"?
Once again I’m far too generous with my time. I really must remember to drop the three lines in here as I do in a ton of other places.
As they say, don’t give up flipping burgers, certainly a wonderful distraction from the despair of realizing that your life and real name will go - deservedly - completely unnoticed in human history.
Congratulations, incompetent loser.