Giant Exoplanet Discredits Secular Theories

About planet formation, that is. Actually, those secular theories have already been discredited. The nebular hypothesis of planetary formation has accretion: Planets form because the stuff sticks together. Secularists know that this has problems even in our own solar system. Also, disk instability is a failed rescuing device.

Believers in the Big Bang and cosmic evolution apply their ideas of star and solar system formation to exoplanets (planets orbiting other stars). Problems with secular theories are seen in our own backyard (consider axial tilt), and are extremely apparent with exoplanets like LHS 3154b.

Secular planetary formation theories were already in bad shape. A huge exoplanet orbiting a small star makes things worse for materialists.
Large planet orbiting a small star, AI graphic made at Img2Go
This maverick should not exist, and the secular science industry is in a tizzy. Interestingly, secularists frantically try to shoot down anything that threatens a prevailing viewpoint. LHS 3154b was measured by one method and nobody (including the lapdog science reporters) raised questions or wanted more data. Interesting. I'll say again that I think maybe — just perhaps — the Creator set things up to be discovered when human science and technology advanced, the theorizing of scoffers would be slapped down.
Astronomers are baffled again. A new exoplanet is so big in comparison to its host star, it’s throwing prevailing theories about planet formation into the trash can. Planets are thought to form as clumps in dust disks circling young stars, but planets as big as Neptune are not allowed to form around dwarf stars. LHS 3154b just broke the law.

To read the rest and see why secular cosmologists and astronomers are upset, go to "Fat Star Child Too Big for Mom."