Objectivity is subjective... Life is a subjective experience and that cannot be escaped. Every experience I have comes through my own, personal, unsharable viewpoint.
There can be no peer reviews of my direct experience, no real corroboration. This has some major implications for my view on life.
The most immediate one is that I realize I must trust my own personal experience, because nobody else has this angle, and I only have this angle.
It means I will never see the world quite like anyone else, which means I will never live in quite the same world as anyone else — and therefore I mustn’t let outside observers be the authority on who I am or what life is really like for me.
Subjectivity is primary experience— it is real life, and objectivity is something each of us builds on top of it in our minds, privately, in order to explain it all.
the last thing you will ever remember that you are never been human in code:-physical body = info system, you are a cell? or maybe molecule?, I think atom?, or maybe you are particle, get real & you are info or even the Data…in matrix data when you establish proton decay process as 33 zeros after 1 gives you glimpse of matrix years of you as info system changing forms & works you have/been & doing for the multi-matrix(universe) device replicator…