Science is a tool that we use. The concept of "wrong" doesn't apply to it.
To use science, we compare an idea to reality by making a prediction. If the prediction doesn't come out, the idea is wrong.
You may notice that the credentials of the people that support the idea are not a factor. The Royal Society took "Nullius in verba" for their motto. It means "on the word of no one", an explicit rejection of authority, and a reminder to verify all statements by an appeal to facts determined by experiment.
My field is operational. It is tested against reality daily. When I get things wrong, which happens, everyone knows. There are no boogeymen to blame it on, and no one would doubt the plain evidence of their own eyes if I started saying that it was just laymen and conmen telling them that things were broken while I, the expert, say that things are fine.