I am studying the scientific method and have come to the following conclusion. Since X -> Y does not imply X is true (or real), it is impossible for the scientific method (SM) to prove that anything is true. So like mathematics, the scientific method builds knowledge on axioms which cannot be proven to be true, like mathematics is built on axioms like the point which does not exist. The scientific method only stats that "if something is true" then "something else is also true". For example: If you push an object -> it will move says the SM. But it does not show that there is a force. Another example: "Taking antibiotics" -> "Cures diseases". But it does not tell that disease causing germs exist. Is this the correct view??