I am an inquirer into the Orthodox faith and am speaking from my own Latin rite background. To me the question posed in the OP speaks to science, the New and Improved religion of our times and not to FAITH.
If I am a true believer in the FAITH then nothing that man can "discover" can really change that. Jesus said that we should come to him as children. I think the Orthodox faith echos that in its call to live the faith in the heart and not the "intellect". Most of our shared faith is a MYSTERY. That's why we call it a faith.
Because of the nature of God, we can never understand. We understand VERY little of God, of the trinity, of grace, of our own souls. These are NOT things of science, but of FAITH. Just because a man decides that HE has found out the truth of these mysteries means nothing to me. Science is NOT the end all last word on everything. Look at how many times science has had to change to fit new observations. Look at the silliness of "quantum" theory where man tries to explain why his theories don't work by introducing "randomness" that cannot be predicted into everything. Clearly science is NOT always right. Frankly, speaking as one trained in Biochemistry and archaeology, finding bones that could be "proved" to belong to Jesus is factually impossible scientifically. I know it was a rhetorical question, but some common sense grounding is needed.
If science "proved" that Jesus was not God, and I were to loose my faith based on that intellectual arrogance, then I never believed in the first place. I do in my own modest way affirm that I DO BELIEVE , so that "scientific revelation" would not change my belief system at all. That is my take on the question.
As I have often profferred to those atheist trolls found on the Catholic board (where I have been ushered away from), if you believe MY faith is delusional then it is my delusion, and I am happy with it. Why do you try so hard to disprove my delusion, if it isn't the case that you are just afraid in the back of your mind that I may just be right!.