I already answered your question Silk, maybe you didnt read it?
Ok lets try this, I will point out some philosophical ideas or forces and you guys can explain to me exactly how they work or how the future will discover how they work (and thus allow mankind to manipulate them). Lets start out with two easy ones, Luck and Karma
... what evidence do you have to prove that either exist?
They're quite easily explained in terms of human fallibility: luck is the belief that particular persons bend statistical chance in their favor. The problem here is, that belief is based on a poor understanding of statistics and confirmation bias. Confirmation bias in that observing someone who has been labeled as "lucky," observers will typically ignore evidence to the contrary due to human nature, which ultimately results in a false positive. And of course, a poor understanding of statistics in that people tend to make coincidences out to be much more than they are, when in fact they're statistical unlikelihoods, but possible none the less. Given that there are 300 million people in the United States alone, the inevitable "coincidences" that arise from these large numbers are often misconstrued by magical thinking.
Karma is merely luck with the added component that the luck or unluck is occurring as a result of moral action. Because this is based on luck it carries the same flaws, with one additional problem: bad things happen to good people and vice versa. It only takes one counterexample, which are of course easy to find, to annihilate this entire concept. And since I know you're a Christian it's very easy for me to present you with an airtight example: Jesus. Although I don't believe in the events I will use as evidence, I know you do: Christianity claims he was absolutely perfect, led a virtuous life, then was crucified, suffered, and died as a martyr. Karma certainly wouldn't dictate such an end. And there's even more examples of good people suffering in tremendous ways in the bible: John the Baptist, Lot from Sodom and Gomorrah, and my favorite example of all: Job.
Job: "I LOVE GOD!"
God: "See Satan, I do have fans."
Satan: "I bet he wouldn't be your fan if you fucked with him a bit."
God: "...hmm, that really stuck in my craw, bro. Lets find out!"
((EDIT: Fixed inaccuracy--thanks Oniya))