*yawn* another person with the whole 'social scientists are not scientists' attitude. We apply the scientific method. We are scientists. So studying humans and human culture is complicated and we often don't come up with conclusive results, so what? Would you rather we don't even bother?
I hate the chain of snobbery that goes on in science. It's just like that xkcd comic, purity. The mathematicians look down on the physicists, who look down on the chemists, who look down on the biologists, who look down on the psychologists who look down on the sociologists.
Besides, Anthropology is completely the wrong social science to attack. It is a multi-disciplinary approach and uses physics, chemistry, biology, geology, statistics, art history, history, music, medicine, pretty much every discipline in academia. Except classics. Oh no, wait, yes, Classics too.
As a side note, my major is in anthropological science (surprise surprise) and my minor is in biological science. Biological Anthropology is awesome and totally science.