Like I said, inductive reasoning approaches the truth. As time goes on, we as human beings acquire more observations and experiences. If new observations and experiences conform to the current laws of logic, then it is more probable that the current laws of logic are true. On the other hand, if new observations and experiences contradict the current laws of logic, then we must create a new complete and consistent set of logical rules that makes sense of both the new observations and experiences and the old observations and experiences. A newer set of logical laws will obviously be truer than an older set of logical laws. Of course, we don't know what the probability is that the laws of logic are true, because we don't know how many events will take place in time overall. Absolute truth is unobtainable.
There is this thing in physics called "the measurement problem" which seems to defy logic. In an experiment which was to prove how nonsensical the idea of subatomic particles not having any definite state until they are measured(observed)was ended up with a cat that was both dead and alive. Also there is another physics experiment in which a single photon can be in two places at the same time.
In M Theory there are 11 dimensions to every universe, we only are aware of 4, also, M Theory supports the idea of a multiverse, where you have the Bulk in which an infinite number of universes exist, and one universe may have different laws of physics than another, and the logic in one universe may be different than another.
Our experience and our reality defines our logic, and not the other way around...didnt Stephen Hawking say something like "truth is stranger than reality"
The truth is our reality is made of stuff we dont completely understand. A rock at its most fundamental level is either composed of quarks, or preons, we dont know.
I dont know if absolute truth is unobtainable, but it seems to be a work in progress.
Maybe we will only know what we are meant to know, and thats it...its hard to swallow, but who knows what knowledge the future will bring.