A redated post.
According to anti-realists in the philosophy of science.
... a theory should never be regarded as truth...Proponents believe that science is full of theories that are proved incorrect, and that the majority of theories ultimately are rejected or refined. Great theories, such as Newton’s laws, have been proved incorrect.
That sounds like science-bashing to me, doesn't it? But, do scientists take umbrage? No,
This is the attitude of most scientists; they try to ignore the debate and let the philosophers decide the fine details about the nature of reality!
Nice of them to leave us philosophers with some work to do.
Actually, if you were a complete scientific anti-realist, the whole creation-evolution issue wouldn't even arise.