If you really believed or followed science you would know that science is not in the business of proving anything nor does it claim to hold any answers. It is merely a method of reaming about the world by applying the principles of the scientific method, which includes making empirical observations, proposing hypotheses to explain those observations, and testing those hypotheses in valid and reliable ways. Once all of these things have happened they can do nothing more than suggest that the evidence supports a conclusion, not that it proves it in anyway.
<True enough, but consider that the hallmark of an effective working model is the ability to extrapolate from a sufficiently sophisticated model to generate accurate predictions and consequent outcomes. It can be argued that the understanding of processes to the point of total predictability is indicative of a comprehensive and practical mastery of said phenomena.>
Since Science can only test the physical how can you apply anything in science to something that transcends physical bounds?
<Simple enough, the two by definition never cross paths... by "transending physical bounds" one goes beyond the domain of observable, measurable and or interactable ... thus intangible and therefore invisible to the process of SM. Scientific Methodology deals with material and mesurable phenomena ... things that humans interact with on concrete ways or at least measurable ways. So, while a theory or hypothesis is conceptual ... the basis or validity of such is concrete and measurable.
... as to what you believe in the realm of the intangible is purely up to the individual.>