Yes he does. And so do you. Don't sell yourself short.Polymath 257 has answered you better than I could have. he makes excellent points.
Scientists are human and subject to all the human frailties and flaws as another human. Does that mean we should suspend all scientific endeavors?
Of course not. And Polymath is correct that there should be control measures to protect against fraudulent assertions or incorrect methods. However-
Hundreds of thousands? Can you provide me a less vague figure? If there are hundreds of thousands of scientists, isn't it possible that there are many more scientists who will NOT admit that their worldview influences their method? Have there been more than one or two corrupt police officers in the history of criminal justice? And what is your opinion of this one scientist who admitted that the secular scientific community regularly and purposely rigs the methodology for the specific purpose of excluding supernatural phenomena? Isn't that dishonest?You sited TWO examples out of hundreds of thousands of scientist.
How do you know that for sure?As was pointed out to you, Millers experiments were NOT dishonest, we was working with the information available at that time, he was NOT trying to deceive anyone.
Experiential is one way to know truth. There is a medical condition known as CIPA which stands for "congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis." A person with this medical condition feels no pain.Yes, science is the ONLY way to discover whether something is either real or not or whether something is true. He asked you and so will I, do you know of any other way rather than science to discover if somethings true or real?
Does such a person need a physician to tell them that they feel no pain? Or, do they go to the doctor BECAUSE they feel no pain and want to know why? I believe I would know if I wasn't able to feel pain. CIPA is a rare condition. Now imagine if it was the norm. Imagine that none of us feel pain; except you. Imagine you feel pain but nobody else around you does. Who are we to discount your experience? We might take tests, measurements, and conduct exams, but all we can do is confirm what you're already telling us.
So yes there is another way than science to know truth.