Well, so many wrongs, so little time.

Hm, a question, are you a scientist, and if yes, in which field? I must say, I really extremely disagree with every single statement you’ve made. Science was even called natural philosophy when it started, philosophy has methods, subjective experience is clearly real (just not as interpersonal as observations of material objects, which has nothing to do with reality of phenomena), people do and should care about subjective experience and really only have that to fall back on ultimately, and social sciences are real sciences since they are using scientific methods and absolutely should and can and often do replicate their findings. Finally, and I truly mean no disrespect, treating science as painting by numbers is possibly the most ridiculous reduction that I have ever heard. Reality is chaos and nothing is obvious about it. Only artificially created systems can provide neatly ordered numbers the following of which is self-evident.