Are you suggesting that human behaviour can't be predictable?Some things can be refuted though. I was not talking about altering or contradicting reality.
Predictive powers are all great and such but we are talking human behaviour, therefore sample sizes and even more statistics noise.
I also like replicability and cold fusion
Because I would argue otherwise. It wasn't that long ago that human behaviour was completely unpredictable, but the more we learn through science, the more predictable it becomes. Science is a process of learning. What we don't know today, we will know tomorrow. You would have been more accurate to suggest that, as of right now, human behaviour isn't entirely predictable, because the reality is, a lot of what we do is very predictable to the point of raising the philosophical conundrum of do we even really have free will at all, because almost everything we do is as a response to external stimuli. Why did you respond to my post, for example? Was it free will? Why am I responding to you? I could choose not to as a measure of demonstrating my free will but who would I be demonstrating it to? Myself? And why the need to demonstrate it at all?
The fact is, there is lots about human behaviour that is very predictable. For example, resistance to ideas that one holds as personal values, such as the idea that one is not selfish, something that we try to convince ourselves of to selfishly feel more virtuous about ourselves.