But, in physics, biology, geology, chemistry, etc, the method *is* reliable and the facts are becoming more and more reliable. The social 'sciences' have problems because they often do not follow the scientific method. They should.<quoted text>
You are not following the conversation. If the scientific method is becoming more and more unreliable, the facts it produces are likewise unreliable.
Which facts do you consider to be unreliable? Solid state physics, which supports the creation of the computer on which you type? Quantum mechanics, which has unified areas as diverse as subatomic particles, gas dynamics, and solid state? The dating of the meteor that hit about the time that the dinosaurs died off?