In the objective worldview, the subject is merely implied and dismissed when it is brought up, at nearly every turn.

I’m just saying there’s limitations to an objective worldview.

Look at your basic sentence structure:

I throw the ball. There is subject and verb and object.

Objective is:
The Ball Was Thrown.

Someday, the scientific methodologies will need to answer, “By Whom?” and other related questions.

In the objective worldview, the subject is merely implied and dismissed when it is brought up, at nearly every turn. “There’s nothing in the middle of the onion” only holds true because you are not the onion. If you were the odor of the onion that is left behind, do you have existence? Other measuring devices need to take over once one set of measuring devices reaches its failure point.

Thankfully, Science has a LOT of interesting things to look at before it reaches its Failure Point, so i’m not worried. Plenty to discover objectively yet.

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