It may be frigid on the inside.
To understand the inner nature of Venus, you need to understand the Big Whisper approach to building planets from scratch. In the common view, planets are the aggregates of matter, pulled together by gravity. In the Big Whisper view, however, something more is going on.
With following the Big Whisper approach, Venus has a couple of surprises in store for us.
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We know that all matter in the universe is on the move, but it may not be common knowledge that this is not a singular motion, but based on various motions occurring at the same time. Take planet Earth as it exists today:
- Mass and spin (gravity based)
- Revolution around the sun (gravity based)
- Dancing along in the circular movement of the Milky Way (gravity based)
- Speeding away in a singular direction with the Milky Way
This Fourth Motion is not based on gravity, but on the initial catapulting action of the materialization process. This happens to be the fastest motion we are involved in.
Let’s go back 4.6+ billion years ago when the proto Solar System started to form. The fastest motion is that singular direction away from where it all began many billion years prior.
This collective on the move contains a variety of swirls in it. The entire collective was involved in a circular motion. On top of that motion, there were smaller swirls, right in the spots where the planets would appear.
- The beauty of swirls is that whatever falls into the center is basically stuck in that center. All matter within the swirl is twirling around, but all that touched the center got stuck there because the center does not swirl. The center is a dead-zone, so to speak. It is the spot with the least action going on in the swirl.
Some materials in the swirl were twirling far more than other materials, for instance, because they were lighter. The chance to touch the dead-zone and then getting stuck there is greatest for the really light stuff or for the more strangely shaped parts that got pushed and shoved the most by the twirling action.