Can induction be justified in physics? Just because the laws of physics has held so far doesn't necessarily mean it will continue to do so tomorrow.
There is the example of the chicken in the farm. Everyday, it is fed food by the farmer, and so, it comes to the conclusion it will always be fed everyday. But then, one day, it is led to the slaughterhouse.
What reason do we have to believe the laws of physics will continue to hold tomorrow?
I mean, what if we're in a computer simulation, and it has been running for a long time, but tomorrow, they decide to turn off the simulation, and poof, off we go.