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Greene saying "this is uninteresting to me" is very much to the point in all of this - namely that scientists choose - subjectively - their involvement with a physical, material sense of what they regard as reality. However, while they don't need to be interested in any other version of reality, they don't seem to realize that the practice of science is nothing other than their own individual subjectivity… which they insist on labeling (subjectively) as being objective. In only choosing what can be observed and verified by their limited senses, they will hardly have the last word on "reality."