Friday, June 22, 2012

[GSMNL] Amazingly Close Planets Challenge Planet Formation Theory.


Two planets recently discovered to be orbiting the star Kepler-36 by the Kepler Space Telescope come to about 1.2 million miles from each other every 97 days. One is a so called "super-Earth" and the other is a gaseous planet about the size of Neptune orbit yet the two planets are about 30 times closer than any planets our solar system This is yet another failure for naturalistic planet formation theories showing that these theories do a horrible job at predicting the makeup of other star systems.  However it is likely that yet another ad hoc modification will be made to these theories to make them seem to fit reality.

------ Charles Creager Jr.

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