Incorrect. That study (I'd need to see citations for the "others like it") shows that only the studies it investigated are probably incorrect as the results were not reproducible. It cannot make any predictive claims on the future of any given field and thus stating that "science" continues to be incorrect is a generalisation that you cannot possibly support by evidence. The fact that we know how and why the sun "rises" despite many erroneous theories is enough to discard your claim. A hypothesis was made and tested, conclusions were reached, eventually the conclusions were reached independently by a range of persons through the same process.
The scientific process is not limited to one or a few studies. At any time conclusions can be refuted and they often are because scientists are a competitive bunch. Finding a better explanatory model of any phenomena results in prestige. At no point does magic come in to it.
The scientific process is not the only method we use. We've listened to holy people who made authoritative statements based on revealed truth, people have simply decided intuitively why things are the way they are. Said truths don't tend to stand up to any scrutiny.
I'm sure everyone would benefit from your suggestions of better alternatives to the scientific method.