True science never presents itself as infallible. Sciences say merely that it seeks the truth of the nature of that which is based on reliable, verifiable and/or quantifiable facts and observable data in an ongoing, self correcting, methodical manner that has repeatedly proven its understandings and knowledge by the application of the same. By its very nature and method, science is an open ended system.
Religions, superstitions, et al, are closed systems that state they have the one and only truth as they often deny scientific evidence that contradicts their position, as they deny the contradictions of their beliefs in their own scriptures supposed given to them or revealed to them by an infallible, invisible, anthropomorphous deity/being of unspecified origin, as they cast doubts upon the supposed gods of all of the other faiths all of which have the exact same level and type of proof or evidence for the existence of their god as they do (i.e., none at all).
If those who profess religious beliefs applied the same critical eye that they employ onto all other faiths and onto science, they would find that their faith, too, lacks substance and merit as they fail to see all that science has produced by the application of its hard acquired knowledge, things they enjoy even as they respond to your post such as controllable electrical power, communication equipment and systems, computer keyboards and the internet, the luxury of food production that surpassed need, air conditioning, modern medicines and on and on.
The position of the religionist is a sad one as it denies that very spirit of humankind that lead us from cowering in caves to reaching for the stars. One can cling to the illusion, false hopes and comforts of a self chosen delusion however, in the end, it is still only a delusion (to paraphrase the late Dr. Carl Sagan).
You post is valid as is the point you are trying to make. It might be worthwhile for many of the respondents to read, "The Demon Haunted World", by Dr. Sagan. He writes in a style that will be easy for the majority to understand. His explanations are very good as well as correct. He encourages all to simply stop and think rather than to stop thinking.