Complete nonsense. Do the math. Compare the gravitational attraction that Jupiter exerts on a particle in the upper atmosphere, then compare that to the gravitational attraction that the Sun exerts. See if one is larger than the other. Tides are not caused by a "lack of energy." They are caused by gravity. Just because you imagine something does not mean it must be true. Solar gravitation acts no matter how fast a planet is rotating. And in all cases in our solar system, it is minuscule compared to the planet's gravity. Incorrect again. "Zero orbital velocity" means nothing to particles in the atmosphere. The Sun's gravity acts on the entire planet, generating a small tidal force in two places - the closest point to the Sun and the farthest point from the Sun. This is true whether or not the planet is rotating. Rotation makes the planet a little more oblate, but again compared to Jupiter's gravity it is insignificant. The comparison to a tire on a snowy road is just silly. The above is why this should not be in amateur astronomy. It should be in pseudoscience, since it is not based on science.