Physics isn’t wrong because it has unanswered questions
1900: How is understanding the precession of Mercury going along?
1880: How is understanding the relationship between electricity and magnetism going along?
1860: How is understanding the luminiferous ether going along?
1600: How is the discovery of the phlogiston going along?(The alleged particle that carries heat out of an object)
Also 1600: How is the seeing the perfection of the Moon’s surface going along?(This one troubled Galileo a bit because the heavens were supposedly made in God’s image and must be perfect. Seeing craters on the Moon contradicted that idea)
All unanswered questions at the time…yet eventually all were answered 1 way or another. The only one to totally rewrite some of our thinking was the precession of Mercury and maybe (for the time period) checking out the Moon at the time. The rest are all based on the discoveries of previous generations. Maybe Dark Matter/Energy will rewrite the physics textbooks. Maybe they won’t.
I’ll be happily be wrong, but show me evidence that I’m wrong. Don’t just say “well we don’t know about A!” to try to prove something about C, of which we do know quite a bit more about…especially when A and C are unrelated. Want them to be related? Prove it!
Edit: To elaborate, I don’t see how dark energy is related to a photon drive but I would love to be shown than it is.