I totally agree with what you say science is for (that’s a major purpose for it). I wish others would see it that way. The reality that there is no separation and therefore no subject or object is actually not subjective bias (or a belief); it’s what’s left when there is no one here to witness (which there never has been).

There is nobody who could know or believe this. It’s unbelievable and unknowable. It’s simply this [looks around].

Just because it appears to be separate, it doesn’t mean it is. When the illusory subject is not there to misunderstand what is happening, it’s very clear.

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