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A good scientific theory is one that has survived extensive scrutiny by the scientific community, but even so, why do we say that science does not conclusively prove anything.

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    There is always the possibility of learning more. For example Newton's Laws of motion are established science but must be modified since the 20th century discovery of Special Relativity for speeds close to that of light.

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