No it doesn't. Theories are NEVER complete. NOTHING in science ever gets "100% proven". Newton's theory of gravity still got us to the planets but it still got replaced by Einstein's relativity. Then his theory got replaced by quantum physics. Science is an ever-continuing search for knowledge. It does not suddenly reach a stopping point and then say "Okay, close enough, that'll do!"<quoted text>
No, it means you need to complete the theories in Science. DUH!
Obviously you have no idea of the importance of the concept of falsifiability is in science.