Eh, I am no longer even sure what am I complaining about.
I think I know what you're getting at (correct me if I'm wrong).
It's very frustrating to have to listen to "science zealots" that somehow have come to the conclusion that very single "law" of science is written in stone. If we follow the scientific method, i.e.:
Science adjusts its views based on what's observed. Faith is the denial of observation so that belief can be preserved.
It would seem to be pretty clear that a lot of "scientists" are religious zealots. i.e. When "hard science" is continually changing, and what we "knew" yesterday turns out to be false today, it's pretty safe to say that what we "know" today could very well end up being false tomorrow.
I'm not anti-science, but I am pretty much anti-religious zealotry in science.
Still, for practical purposes, it's pretty safe to say that 0 K is the lowest temperature. Just as long as we realize that there we really mean "practical" and not "truth".
I'm perfectly happy in adjusting my beliefs to align with experiment/observation. I know that I'm wrong about a lot of things -- I really just wish I knew which ones they were~!