Why can't flags indicate technical innacuracies? Given the large number of upvoted wrong answers (e.g. https://physics.stackexchange.com/a/35677/23119 (totally fails to understand QM),
<--- Calamities What experiment would disprove string theory? (totally fails to understand falsification), What experiment would disprove string theory? (totally fails to understand ST), https://physics.stackexchange.com/a/69545/23119 (it's just wrong, not how real nature works, fortunately or unfortunately, since EM only curves spacetime due to the gravitational energy of it.), see also more answers listed here etc.), I propose that flags indicating completely wrong answers should be accepted.
In QM, time is continuous. Falsification does not say that if it isn't experimentally verified by the next N years, i t isn't correct. String theory does predict scattering amplitudes, obviously.
Does this mean that I decline to give the forecast? Or that it is predicted that this will be declined? .