All is fine, you keep worshiping an absentee GOD, while we keep using Scientific methods which are repeatable facts. The idea that since something may be revised tomorrow, even though it has been verified today, therefor it must be not be a fact, is a fallacy. One that is created with the sole purpose of attempting to demoralize and undermine the scientific effort. Unfortunately, it really only serves to demonstrate how desperate the holy masses are to shut up the scientific community.
Whats funny, Mr. Reed, is that I would have supported your first statement. But the most recent? No. Only because it is what it is. A fact is a fact, until it is proven otherwise. Facts are repeatable, anything less, is just a theory, or a prayer. Facts are real things that do not require faith, and every one of us without question, may observe.
I'm sorry I find the argument that a fact is not a fact because of what tomorrow may bring, very much unacceptable. This is entirely upon the credibility of those doing the scientific work to verify their results and then have them confirmed by peers.