DirtYStylEIt is important to note that theory cannot transform into fact, no matter how much supporting evidence piles up. The basis of science is that it is open ended, and always open to advances.
If a fact can't be from science, where did facts come from?
Fact - a thing that is indisputably the case. My opinion is that SOME science can be proved indisputably.
Am I missing something?
A fact is something that can be proven via experience. Your NS handle (as of right now) is DirtYStylE. That is a fact and it is true as long as experience can confirm it. If you chance your NS handle to something else, it would no longer be a fact that your name is DirtYStylE. Facts, therefore, do not deal with universal & absolute truths but with temporary, experiential truths.
A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method and repeatedly tested and confirmed through observation and experimentation. Accordingly, theories do not transform into facts, as you claim, but instead that theories arise out of facts that have been collected and tested.
This is why if the facts change, then science changes with them.