And science has been wrong in the past. Or not precise.
Yes, the scientific method, for a variety of reasons, sometimes produces results that are incorrect. More often, results may not be confirmable (indicating, perhaps, the presence of “unknown unknown” factors), or the results may be marginal or unclear.
All of this should make everyone cautious about committing too much obedience to “science,” but it doesn’t seem to.
“For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled.” — Richard Feynman, physicist