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Yes, and not just in physics, but in the sciences generally - wherein things not perceived remain unseen. Although it can also be said that there are things which one doesn't want to understand, and so they remain not understood. The supposed objectivity of scientists in their quest to determine what is "real" is extremely relative. Since science posits its own pre-determined and narrowed range of perceptions (as in its "reductionist" prerogative), it cannot see beyond that materialistic playing field - and not because it is the only thing that could be truly said to exist, but merely because it is only what it is willing to accept subjectively and engage with. It is truly a choice, truly subjective… not objective at all. And so what science can teach us is limited...