Scientific Objectivity

Objectivity is a "common sense" subjectivity, remains perfect until someone argues about "Who are those "common"? and What senses exactly involved. Relativity is a perfect example

Total objectivity is arguably not even possible in some—or maybe all—situations.  Wikipedia

It is the theory that decides what we can observe. -- Albert Einstein

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