Yes, absolutely. The reason physics will never be complete has nothing to do with Goedel. It has to do with the fact that physics is done a posteriori, as opposed to mathematics which is a priori. That means that it's always possible to do an experiment tomorrow that current theories cannot describe. That is why physics will never be complete. Although I'm loathe to use the word "complete" here for fear that it will be misunderstood as the same kind of "complete" that Goedel was talking about...