Yes, it is. However, when determining the credibility of a theory, as opposed to whether the theory itself is correct or not, the probability of it being a valid explanation is very much a significant factor.
I won't bother asking you to support this. I will simply let it stand that a postulate on your part does not translate into a fact in reality.
Incorrect. In fact, it is the exact opposite. Assuming, of course, that you have followed proper scientific protocol.
The purpose of research is to discover new things, not to confirm old ones.
Yes, it is very much like that. If you start talking about taking the business in a new direction, but don't bother with a business plan, or benchmarking, or even make an attempt to understand the current business model, then the boss would definitely be well advised to remove you from any position which might make you a threat to the company. Alternatively, if you have the credibility, the knowledge, and the supported business plan, along with projections as well as benchmarks supporting your proposal, and your plan indicates a significant increase in profits on completion, you are going to be pretty well regarded, as well as rewarded with promotion, benefits, and/or money, as appropriate.
See it's simple i have put out what i think in the blog, you can challenge it based on what you know or feel and then we can discuss it. As far as our conversation is heading all i can say is that you buy the logic that we as humans did not advance for 1,95,000 years and then in 5000 years we advanced terribly fast, i don't buy this.