No, I don't think I have a way to clinch an argument, since science can't prove anything. All that is possible is to produce a better scientific model to explain what is happening than a competing model. This model then has to be socialized via other peer-reviews and validating analyses.


So for the inset in the figure above, which is the analysis by the former NASA JPL researcher Steven L. Marcus, we can offer the expanded model which can be analyzed further. Yet the Marcus paper only has 2 citations so far so that also needs to gather some interest -- i.e. we can lead a horse to water, but can't make it drink.