"A scientific theory is a general statement intending to explain nature that is confirmed by all available evidence such that it can be used to predict new, as yet unobserved phenomena. Importantly, a theory is worth very little if it doesn't correctly predict all known evidence. Very importantly, theories are subject to changes as new evidence becomes available. Most theories that you will discuss in a high school science class are well-confirmed and are unlikely to be revised in any significant sense. Theories that are less confirmed are abundant in fields like theoretical physics and cosmology, such as String Theory."<quoted text>
I see that you do not understand science either. A theory is as good as science ever gets. Facts are what we observe. Theories are what science formulates from facts to explain how things work.
This may help.
So did those polar ice caps melt and flood the earth this year? Or is the man made global warming theory making incorrect predictions based on faulty evidence?