Science isn't supposed to "have answers". The premise of a scientific theory is twofold:
1. It must "work" given certain conditions.
2. It must be able to be proved NOT to work outside of those conditions.
Science says nothing about rights and wrongs, just whether things work or not within certain measurable parameters.
Premise 2 is important. If you can't say what will make your theory break, then it's not clear you're really saying anything at all.