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6 - Can science repudiate a phenomenon if there is only one demonstration of it?

Science grows when it studies phenomena for which there is little or very little proof. History teaches us that these are the type of phenomena, sometimes casually observed by the researcher, which open the door to great discoveries.

The Earth appears to be the only inhabited planet in the universe, but science does not deny the existence of the Earth.