This is not how good science is supposed to work but is rather typical for pseudoscience that shields itself against empirical falsification.
I was reminded of this by an exchange today on Twitter, or X, or however somebody “rebrands” it tomorrow.
In the hard sciences such explanations that can explain everything and rule out no possible observations are usually considered empirically empty and worthless.
Such simple forgeries are commonly sold to tourists in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Eastern Europe, and Eastern Asia.
Philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn compared scientific revolutions to political revolutions.