Is this about religion vs science again? The two are only incompatible in the minds of those who wish to diminish religion.
This is about the stupidest thing I think I've ever read. What numbnuts like you are never likely understand is that most scientists have incredibly open minds about the possibilities in the world around them. They certainly have a great curiosity about the world around them. That's why they became scientists! Allowing for anything to be possible though is not the same as believing in anything. Scientists/skeptics allow for anything ot be possible but require credible evidence to actually believe in something. That as far as I'm concerned is certainly much wiser than believing in anything without any credible evidence whatsoever.
Science accepts all sorts of things when there is evidence to back it up. Simple as that. Wisdom is the judicious application of knowledge. You need to ensure your 'knowledge' is actually based in reality for it to be used judiciously.
You can accept the possibility its an illusion but is there any credible evidence to support that assertion? Our reality is of course a construct but it is generally a construct based on our common experiences and accepted truths which are based on evidence. So for instance no matter who we are or where are on this planet if we jump we come back down. Gravity is a reality for us all, it's certainly no illusion.
I don't think science thinks philiosophy is narrow minded. Philosophy is not constrained by the rules and methodology of science. It gives us insights into how we view the world but science gives us insights into how the world works.
What are you classifying as philosophy here? As I don't think philosophers and scientists ever really have that many issues with each other.