Hi there. Saw your reply on my thread, and I'd really like to point out a critical point of misinformation. Scientific theory is never accepted as fact. We accept only that things follow various patterns.
There's also a distinction between theory and fact. The sentence 'that rock is grey' is a fact. If we see lots of grey rocks, we say 'It seems as if all the rocks are grey', and that is a theory. If we were then to see a brown rock, we would not say 'That is not a rock'. We would say 'Rocks can be grey or brown.', which would be the new theory that supports new evidence.
I hope that distinction clears a few things up. In my opinion, carrying a misunderstanding of science is a real shame - and I really, honestly recommend you have a look at some of Stephen Hawking's writings.