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The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted May 12, 2010 15:30
It might be, because after many years of relative stability it has changed suddenly, while no-one was watching

Astronomers will be very disappointed to have missed this.

Member # 780
 - posted May 12, 2010 22:20
Memo to NASA: Don't blink; don't even blink. Blink and you're dead. Whatever you do, don't blink.

Member # 1232
 - posted May 13, 2010 00:35
*crazy glues NASA's eyes open*
Member # 615
 - posted May 13, 2010 05:37
There's also the new "don't look into the eyes" rule, but that appears to be less of a problem now. Maybe Jupiter's just blinking.
Member # 748
 - posted May 13, 2010 08:51
Warning! Stupid comments ahead! [Big Grin]

Perhaps there _are_ alien life of Jupiter, and their abuse of energy also led to climate change? [crazy]

In a marginally smarter comment, perhaps that storm eye on Jupiter is (was?) acting as a mixer, and finally managed to uniformize that part of the atmosphere.

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