“The impartiality of nature to our feelings, beliefs, and desires means that the work of testing and developing scientific theories is insensitive to the ideological background of individual scientists. A scientific theory will characteristically attempt to explain some natural phenomena by producing some general formula or theory covering all the phenomena of that particular type. From this general formula, it will be possible to predict how future phenomena in the class in question will turn out. Whether they do or not will depend on nature rather than on men, and any scientist can observe whether they do or not.”
From An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, by Anthony O’Hear.
Now go lift something heavy,