To alter so as to be false; to make incorrect. (verb)
To misrepresent. (verb)
To prove to be false. (verb)
Examples of word falsify
Also, as pointed out before, if we are able to find an object of sufficient mass within the Schwarzschild radius, which normally would continue to collapse into a gravitational singularity (Black Hole) but has not, that would disprove the theory of Black holes right there, or in other words falsify them.
Instead, he argues that the logic of scientific research is a critical method in which scientists do their best to "falsify" their hypotheses and theories.
It looks like you have addressed T&G's main arguments (eg, about the 2nd law), but I wonder if it might be appropriate to put in a brief description of what it means to "falsify" something in the scientific sense -- ie, essentially what T&G must show (and failed to show) to make their case that there is no greenhouse effect:
I didn't use the word "falsify", I used the word "disconfirming" … they are not necessarily the same thing.
If these 'actions' please them, the investigating officers would then "falsify" their investigation results all the way up to make our unit look good.