I don't know man. It's just a theory. I only believe laws.
Why are we in science class?
To show you this microscope.
Right now you are observing a cell. We understand how cells function do to the cell theory which explains why cells function they way they do. I am showing you this so that you understand that theories are not inferior to laws, and still have validity.
I will show you.
So what makes theories different from laws?
An example of a law would be Newton's third law of motion, when I walk, I apply force on the ground, which responds with an equal force in the opposite direction, pushing me forward.
I get it now! Theories like the cell theory explain why something happens, and laws such as Newton's explain what is happening!