“Whilst naturalistic planet formation has always been a problem, further difficulties have arisen in the last 20 years, since the discovery of now over 4,000 known exoplanets: Before the discovery of the first exoplanet, 51 Pegasi b in 1995, the only known planets on which to base a planet formation theory on were the planets in our solar system.
The discovery of exoplanetary systems inconsistent with long-held planetary formation theories caused the invention of many modifications and even completely new theories. The JWST website admits:
“The continual discovery of new and unusual planetary systems has made scientists re-think their ideas and theories about how planets are formed.”34
One of the simplest suggested fixes is to leave the old formation theory intact (and thereby the underlying nebular hypothesis also intact), but have the planets migrate to their present positions over time.”
Migrating the planets cause significant challenges!
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