Originally Posted by RaininThrees
OK... so maybe your question is wrong then, or I'm totally misunderstanding what you're getting at.
If you're in agreement that facts are indisputable (and again - Newton's Law of Gravity is much different than the existence of gravity, and how light reflects and refracts is much different than the observation that it does so), then perhaps what you're meaning to say is that well held beliefs about how the world works - Laws and Theories - cannot be above error?
Because I agree there entirely.
I'm saying things like, for example, the age of the earth, cannot be proclaimed as a fact, because it had a false fact beforehand. See what I'm saying?