Does anyone agree that modern science is becomming a delicatessen of theories that are not based on any mathematical proof, that the theories we are bombarded with are based on equations that suggest "other" theories are faulty, and that the newly worded theory represents a type of avenue we should go down, because other theories and associated equations didn't work?

Does anyone agree that most of modern science today is a house of cards of worded theories that lacks equation-substance?

Take the curvature of space-time: it was a proposition, a worded proposition, based on equations that "suggested" such a possibility could exist. There are no direct "equations" though that say, "space-time is curved", yet it is one of those modern held belief systems of science, namely that space-time is curved.

If there are no equations that directly suggest space-time is curved, but other equations suggesting that by default it is, would it be of any interest to the scientific community that equations could exist that directly point to the curvature of space-time?

One would be foolish to suggest that the theories today are not well-thought out. But there are iceberg ideas out there that, like the curvature of space-time and more importantly the absence of direct relevant equations to the curvature of space-time, have the ability to take the entire axiom structure of physics out to the bottom of the ocean.

I have noticed in this forum there is much excitement over understanding relativity, an old drive, really, when one considers the more relevant structure of equations directly pointing to the curvature of space-time.