You've got air shaped like a hexagon for 26 years at Saturn's north pole. Is it really air? Which is more likely: Solid, liquid or gas? OK, by all means raise the question of arcane magnetic fields or plasma sheaths causing such geometry, but surely it must cross some scientist's mind that they might be looking at something solid? By all means, it could be wrong and probably is, but surely it is worth a mention. It is as though they have been hypnotised by the eye of Jupiter first of all. A 300 year old storm - how long do storms last on Earth?
So once again... If the Saturn anomaly had been a rectangle of 1:4:9 we’d be building the spaceship to get there, but it is only a hexagon made of air that has persisted for at least 26 years. After taking off the Joo Janta spectacles, we might be inclined to think that solids are much more likely to take hexagon shapes than liquids or gases. And a solid hexagon circling Saturn’s north pole might just pique the curiosity of a few scientists just enough to dare to dream the impossible. Or is that asking too much?