This SHOULDN’T exist! [The Kepler-78b case]


Kepler-78b is a planet that shouldn’t exist. This scorching lava world circles its star every eight and a half hours at a distance of less than one million miles — one of the tightest known orbits. According to current theories of planet formation, it couldn’t have formed so close to its star, nor could it have moved there. (1)

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“Should” is based on axioms.

Science cannot be based on nothing.

However the real world does not support “should” – it always finds a way to nullify it. Does that mean it is based on nothing?

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