Does Physics use statistics and probability as heavily as Medicine does? My guess is No.

In Medicine, we're limited in that we can't experiment in most situations and therefore end up with conclusions drawn from analysing outcome measures that may have more predictor variables that we can conceive, yet we can only work with what we know, until we know more. We use large p-values of 5 percent. And we often revise our truths. Medicine changes rapidly.

How heavily is Physics invested in Statistics?