I am not sure if there is a god or who it is if there is one but I think that people who say science disproves religion are every bit as silly and ignorant as those they claim religious people are. Thousands of things happen every single day that science cannot explain. By the same token how many scientific "facts" are disproved all the time? Scientists once thought the world was flat. The fact that people can be so conceited as to think that man can comprehend yet alone explain something as vast and incredible as the existence of life and earth is mind boggling. What we know as mankind about our own existence is a mere grain of sand in a desert.
Your example of the world being considered flat wasn't a result of evidence, it was misguided perception. You cannot compare that to satellites orbiting Earth showing precisely what shape this planet is, the two rationales are miles apart.
Science not being able to explain many things does not make science less credible in its ability to prove the age of this planet, for example, which shows that at least one religion is a fairytale. It also does not mean what is already proven is not reliable, because we have to apply logic at some point and science does that pretty damn well.
Science is the thing using logic and experimental evidence to create theory, if we can't go by that then what can we go by? Science tells me water will boil at 100 degrees celcius, am I meant to question what is proven because science cannot yet explain the full picture? Religion uses none of this, it's just a story in a book that disagrees with every other religion and with science.
Science cannot disprove that a God exists. Science can however disprove enough fairytales in religion to demonstrate how ridiculous these stories are and as a result, that it's pretty much a given that the God at the head of said stories doesn't exist as the religion teaches.
And out of curiosity, what other scientific theories being disproven are you referring to?