I think this is part of the misunderstanding of what science is. Science is just a name we give to what we either know or assume to be true (i.e., "science" means "that which is true"). This means that something can't be considered true in any terms other than scientific ones. If there is a God, for example, then "there is a God" will be a scientific fact (i.e., a truth). By saying "there is a God, but science can't explain it", however, you're saying "there is a God, but this is not knowable as fact", which is a more verbose way of saying "there isn't a God."
Edit: Just as an addendum, science can't be wrong about things - scientists can. In fact, scientists like finding out that they're wrong because it's a step further towards finding the scientific truth they're looking for.
Last edited by Fealiks; 05/06/2010 at 01:22 pm.