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A guess with a level of accuracy needed to make a gadget or two is still a guess.
You really don't pay attention, do you? It seems to go over people's heads, time and time again, that they are not perfect.
A scientific theory is only applicable because it is based off of a lot of factual evidence. That's it. A theory almost always has to fill in holes where the evidence itself is non-existent, and that is where the human failing element comes in.
You do not tell me they looked at a few bones, a few strands of DNA, and now can say WITH ABJECT CERTAINTY that by retrograding the observed process of evolution, we DEFINITELY came from single celled organisms.
The hubris. The unfailing, unbridled hubris is disgusting, and a sign of insanity. You are the one who is off YOUR rocker if you think a scientific theory is anything more than a well educated guess.
First you say a scientific theory is "only" applicable because it is based off a lot of factual evidence.
That's your first contradiction. That a scientific theory IS based on a LOT of factual evidence tells you right there that it is not a well educated guess, but is a deduction based off of that factual evidence.
A scientific theory is NOT guesswork since it is based on factual evidence.
The word "theory" has a much different meaning when used by scientists and applied to science than it does when used by a layperson.
You seem to be stuck on the word "theory" when the fact is that scientific theories are the result of factual evidence as you yourself stated.