Science is skeptical method
to test human explanations
for how parts of the natural world work.
No explanation is ever assumed
to be proved
to be completely and perfectly right.
That is why
the most thoroughly tested explanations
are still called theories.
New evidence could eventually become available,
that might cause any explanation
to fail a test
of being consistent with measurable reality.
Science is all about proving
that some explanations have to be wrong,
because they conflict with measurable reality,
not that any explanation is perfectly correct.
Doubt is built into science.
That is one of the reasons that people,
who base their entire model of reality
on emotional certainty (faith),
have so much trouble
Doubt is the first step
in the painful process
of discovering our own errors.